Wood Review 98
On the Cover: Adam Markowitz combines ways and means to create a multi-facted career in woodworking and design.
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Much More From Your Bandsaw. Jigs and joinery techniques will take you beyond basic functions. Story by Damion Fauser.
Beyond Expectation. Announcing 2017 Student Award winners with judges' comments and high commendations.
Splayed Stool. If you know how to determine leg angles and drill seat mortises it’s not too hard to make an elegant and stable stool, writes Peter Young.
Making a Crosscut Sled. Andy Groeneweld makes a crosscut sled for his tablesaw.
The Graduates. Last year’s full-time students at New Zealand’s Centre for Fine Woodworking gained skills and personal insights.
The Essential Ocha. For Benjamin Reddan, making endgrain veneers for his award-winning tea set was a tale of many glue-ups.
Grow Your Own Red Cedar. Rowan Reid explains how it is possible to grow furniture grade timber in your own backyard.
Making Your Mark. The right knives and techniques will make your layout work more accurate. Technique builder from Vic Tesolin.
Why I Like Sanding. Combining different abrasives with some handy tips and techniques can make this an enjoyable process, says Richard Vaughan.
Trimming Long Veneers. Darren Oates shows how to prepare oversize veneers for stitching.
Turned Hall Table. For Andrew Potocnik, solving one problem led to two solutions.
Traded Value. Work by Canberra Institute of Technology apprentices demonstrates the value of a trade education. Story by Niklavs Rubenis.
Plane Blade Geometry, Part 2. Clearance angles are crucial to handplane performance, explains Terry Gordon.
Dangerous Designs. Reviewing the results of a competition for those at the ‘pointy end of design’.
Reviewed: UJK Park Guide System ,TSO Products MTR-18 Square, Henry Eckert Marking Gauge System, Mirka DEOS 383CV Detail Sander, Festool ETS EC/150 Brushless Sanders, Shinwa 150mm Steel Rule, Patternmakers and Luthiers Vice, Dust Deputy Box Separator