Light weight is gained by using aluminium, and the principle of trusses, which allows cutting away much unnecessary material, writes Robert Howard. Read more
Didn't make it to the Australian Wooden Boat Festival? Here's our short video capture of an event you might like visit in 2019.
Mortise & Tenon is an annual magazine which explores pre-industrial technologies and methodologies of woodworking. We spoke to Joshua Klein, editor and publisher.
HNT Gordon’s new moving fillister plane is designed to cut fast and accurate rebates. Our video review shows why.
Carol Russell reviews some readily available hand tool options for those who are dabbling in or already addicted to spoon carving.
Made in Australia, this combination wood tool is quite exciting with its looks and multi-functionality, writes Raf Nathan.
For the price you get a rugged machine weighing 155kg that should well suit small workshops and sole operators... Review by Raf Nathan.
A review of award winners from the 2016 exhibition by Rachelle Leaver.
The Australian Chair Survey exhibition featured at the Gallery of Australian Design, ACT from June 16–July 23, 2011. Review by Rodney Hayward.
A video captures the easy action of Logosol's M8 chainsaw mill chomping its way neatly through some tough messmate.
This is the muscle car of cordless drills and will handle any task you through at it, writes Raf Nathan.
How to improve the efficiency of your shop vac, and save money on filters. Review by Raf Nathan.
Folds and twists, use wet or dry, and longlasting. A new sheet sanding solution from 3M.
To call this a workshop vacuum cleaner is an understatement, really it’s a shopvac on steroids!
The Jessem is a good looking unit. The quality of the base and in particular the powder- coating is reflective of the high quality of the overall package.
Terry Martin's exhibition at Gallery Shin represents a kind of home-coming, both thematically and in terms of it being his first in Brisbane since 1998.