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After thirty years of putting his scientific knowledge into practice, Rowan Reid is able to explain why it’s possible to grow native species for quality timber on farms.

What if you could create any wood imaginable? With the features of, say, tropical hardwood and 100 years old…and made in just one day…by robots?

Philip Ashley looks at developments in sawblade flesh sensing technology.

Don't delay if you want to snap up these bargains.

Protect your hearing from loud tools, but stay entertained by streaming your favourite music and never miss a call with the call-connect function.

It's time to look ahead to 2021 and start planning, says festival manager Paul Stephanus.

With knowledge of its growing habits and predators, Rowan Reid explains how it is possible to obtain fine cabinet timber from Toona ciliata.

Why, when and how wood can bend. Story by Dr Jugo Ilic.

A new report find that up to 30% of Queensland Construction Apprentices are at risk of suicide.

Nowadays respiratory safeguards are front of mind for all of us, but it's always been of importance in the workshop. An air filter is an excellent safety addition.

Basic strategies for avoiding splits, shrinkages and failed joins.

Paul Freeland, rock musician, woodworker, furniture maker, sculptor and teacher passed away on Friday April 17 – may his creative spirit remain with us all and forever with future designers, artists and makers.

Well known to readers of Wood Review magazine, Darrren Oates is a designer maker based in the Hawkesbury, NSW. His video channel is a treasure trove of woodworking instruction.

In this online walk-around, Nathan gives us a glimpse of the dedication and planning which has gone into his current space that now includes high end machinery

Tickets at a lower price are available for an extended for next year's event.

This video is the first of four and looks at the first stages of building the cabinet featured in the current issue of Wood Review magazine.