A packed program of displays and demonstrations along with free entry and parking make this annual woodworking event a top value experience. Read more
With 40% off, I Wood Like machinery can now be what You Would Like...
DOMOTEX puts wood in all its glory as a natural material on centre stage at DOMOTEX 2019, the leading trade fair for floor coverings, which runs from 11 to 14 January in Hannover, Germany.
It's finally here. The next generation of this tool promises even more visibility and versatility. Pre-ordering is available now.
Another great Student Awards entry, this slimline unit was designed to match the maker's contemporary styled home.
We're getting some great entries for Wood Review's Student Awards! In this video we can see what a challenging project the making of this unit was.
Now in its eleventh year, the Design Tasmania Award focuses on design excellence, innovation, and craftsmanship.
Traditional and modern techniques were used to build a strong and durable desk for another recent entry in Wood Review's Student Awards.
A new high-performing exterior timber cladding combines hardwood with an engineered design.
This short video gives a wonderful insight into the use of traditional woodworking techniques and tools in a commercial cabinetmaking setup in Japan.
Dalby-based wood artist Guy Breay was commissioned to carve a piece in honour of the Papua New Guinean 'Fuzzy Wuzzy Angels' for an Anzac commemorative exhibition now on show in Miles, Qld.
This Student Awards entrant's games table was made to be the centre of a future man cave...
A glimpse into the inner workings of Craig Thibodeau’s latest masterpiece of automated fine woodworking.
Colac local Tom Neave has recently returned from China, where he trained with and competed against their best joinery students.
Entered in Wood Review's Student Awards, Miles Lush's video shows how he made his sturdy ironbark table from recycled ironbark cattleyard rails. The deadline for entry is December 12, 2018.