Wood Review 102

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On the Cover: Terry Martin describes how he and Zina Burloiu designed and made their award winning Moon Table.

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Making a Grooving Plane: Vic Tesolin custom makes a handplane to suit his woodworking style.


Variations on a Side Table: Peter Young shows how a popular design can successfully be varied in a multitude of ways.


In Sight: Duncan Meerding’s lighting designs truly portray his vision of the world. Story by Linda Nathan.


Time Capsule: The hidden details of Shinobu Kobayashi’s Iki gateleg table are a message for future craftspeople.


More From Your Tablesaw: Jointing, resawing and replicating can to a degree all be performed on the tablesaw. Story by Charles Mak.


A Field of Excellence: Judging Wood Review’s Student Awards 2018 was a challenging but enjoyable task for competition judges Darren Fry and Carol Russell. Major award winners announced!


Our Southern Comfort: With persistence and a measure of faith beautiful native blackwood can be grown in plantation, explains Rowan Reid.


Doryanthes – The Lily Table: Mark Lenny salvaged fallen river sheoak from his land and crafted it into a complex sculptural side table with an inbuilt light.


Designing with Mock-ups: Simple models are a 3D but small scale way to develop your creative ideas. Story by Martin Jones.


Australian Forest Woods: Robert Howard reviews Morris Lake’s new book which describes 138 native species.


The Dish: Brass inlay on Bryan Cush’s coffee table captured a moment in and commemorates the 50th year anniversary of the CSIRO Parkes Observatory.


Friendly Fire: Shou sugi ban is a controlled Japanese technique for preserving and darkening wood with fire. Patrick Szewczuk shows how to attempt it.

Machinery & Tool Reviews
• Arbortech Mini-Carver
• Unplugged Woodshop’s two-handed rasps
• Scheppach Deco XL Scroll Saw
• Bubostyl Reverse Bowl Chuck

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