Reviews

There is a lot to like about the T8...and that’s a huge compliment from a sharpening hater like me, writes Troy McDonald.

Tormek has just released three new diamond wheels and a multi-base for their water cooled sharpening system.

A new arrival on the mini wood lathe scene is the WL-14V which comes with plenty of features but is still on the affordable side.

Adrian Potter explains the basic differences between different cast iron bench planes.

A new concept in bench holding offers a non-wracking solution with a sealed thread.

Damion Fauser walks us through the main features of the Felder AD941 planer thicknesser.

A value-for-money workcentre that offers flexible functionality.

Light weight is gained by using aluminium, and the principle of trusses, which allows cutting away much unnecessary material, writes Robert Howard.

Visitors to AWISA 2018 will be able to see Kaeser's new generation SM 13 Aircenter which is claimed to be an all-in-one compressed air system.

A range of clamp-on guides enables accurate cutting of panels and sheet goods with the circular saw, router or jigsaw.

This drum sander includes a metal stand and is available at around half the price of the more refined makes.

Just in time for Hammer's 20th anniversary, the popular C3 41 combination machine is back.

The full review is in the March issue (#98) of the magazine but here's some action footage to round out the picture.

A 1960s film which documents the making of the last axe factory to operate in Oakland, USA, once a world famous centre of fine blade making.

Two new products for cleaning and protecting exterior woodwork are now available.