Wood Review 109
On the cover: Israel Martin uses hand tools alone to build an exquisitely crafted cabinet with shelves and drawers.
Maker of the Year 2020: Presenting the winners, runners-up and top entries for AWR’s new competition for Australian and New Zealand woodworkers.
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Mobius Madness: The concept may be simple, but execution is anything but. Hape Kiddle shows how you can successfully make these subtle forms flow.
The Long Hollow: Jeff Donne demonstrates how to hollow and decorate lengths of branch timbers to create your own drinking vessels.
The Craft of Finishing: Exploring and combining finishing techniques can open up design possibilities, writes Shane Orion Wiechnik as he details the techniques used on his Bushfire vase series.
Turning to Tradition: Beads, undercuts and generous curves define this elegant lidded container. A project by Andrew Potocnik.
In Praise of Casuarina: Ian Wilkie looks at a genus of native timber species that has much to offer in terms of figure, feature and utility.
Designing Your Workspace: It’s not about size – it’s the way you set your workshop up that affects your efficiency and enjoyment. Story by Vic Tesolin.
TOOLS & EQUIPMENT
• DeWalt DCW604NXJ and Milwaukee M18FTR-0 – David Howlett compares two new cordless trimmers
• Tools That Talk – Duncan Meerding looks at assisted technology for low-vision woodworkers.
• Acer-Ferrous Sector reviewed by Robert Howard