Work within its limits and there are features and power a-plenty.

Robert Howard reviews Dick Lynch’s recently self-published book.

A rotary tool with seven attachments and 40 accessories that can grind, carve, engrave, sander, clean up and polish.

These sanding mops are suitable for metal and wood and can get into tight spots.

A bench hold-down that operates via a cam clamp instead of the traditional hammer method.

Phil Perkins reviews two sets of tools designed for cutting inlay stringing.

Highlights and prizewinners from the Wootha Prize 2016.

A great way to knock up quick profiles such as beads.

For detailing corners or joints or cleaning up glue runs.

Well known Sydney woodworker and woodwork teacher Richard Crosland's book has just been reprinted.

A flexible modular benchtop holdfast system.

Less noise, light to handle and performs well.

Testing this finish maintenance solution gave positive results.

An affordable sharpening system – but how does it compare?

A review of Christopher Schwarz's new book.