ON THE COVER – Saw vs Saw: Andrew Potocnik’s evaluation of Bosch, Metabo and DEWALT benchtop tablesaws is based on over two months of tough testing.

Roubo-Style Workbench: Damion Fauser shows how to make one of these supremely practical and highly versatile workstations.

Masterpiece Cabinets: Featuring three incredibly complex cabinets by three different makers who explain why and how they made them.

Oak Garden Bench: Just in time for summer! David Howlett explains how to make a classic outdoor seat that’s perfect for any home.

Planes on a Platter: Modifying and making curved soled handplanes, and using them to create shallow platters and serving trays. By Iain Green.

Home With Wood: Grace Cochrane reviews Studio Woodworkers Australia’s recent exhibition, which focused on designing and making affordable contemporary furniture for the home.

Red Giants: Vince Manna travels to Madagascar to see learn about that island’s renowned giant baobabs.

Jarrah Tri-Vase: Neil Scobie demonstrates a different holding method for off-set turning, and creates a faceted vase with turned aluminium legs.

Staying Stuck: Some extremely useful tips and set-ups for ensuring your gluing-up operations are hassle-free and effective. By Richard Vaughan.

Wooden Cam Clamps: Joel Dubbeld shows it’s relatively straightforward to make a batch of these useful and unique clamps.

Dovetails with Mitres: A classy variation on a classic joint will refine your finest work. Damion Fauser shows how.

…plus product news and tool & machinery reviews.


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