Wood Review 100
On the Cover: We profile Melbourne maker Daniel Poole whose work features sculpted joinery and subtle detailing.
Dovetails on the Tablesaw: Peter Young makes a bench seat while demonstrating a useful machine technique.
The Essential and Versatile Block Plane: We review eight of the best models on the market.
Treecraft: From twig to trunk – Jeff Donne carves figurines, vessels and utensils, makes greenwood furniture and weaves bark into seats to show how it's possible to make much more use of the whole tree.
Making a Lap Steel Guitar: Ari Nathan uses materials to hand to craft an instrument that delivers a good sound.
Tilting at Windmills: Damien Wright explains the ideas behind This is Not Memphis, an exhibition by six Melbourne makers.
The Chopping Board Bako: Here’s how to use your pretty offcuts and show them off at the same time. Story by Kerryn Carter.
100 Issues: Wood Review editor Linda Nathan reflects on how things have changed, and changed again.
Woodworkers Without Borders: With help from his friends and global networks, Adam Markowitz exhibits his Fred table in New York.
Carving a Eucalyptus Leaf: Robert Howard uses simple jigs to map a delicate 3D form and then hold it during the carving process.
A Japanese Woodturner: Terry Martin and Yuriko Nagata observe the tools and techniques of master turner Takehito Nakajima.
Push and Pull Sticks for Jointers: Long term usage has proven the value of these supersize push sticks. Darren Oates shows how to make them.
Bryan Cush reviews new generation Shaper Origin handheld CNC.
Damion Fauser takes a look at Carbatec 14" Bandsaws.
Troy McDonald takes Tormek Diamond Wheels for a spin.