Wood Review 117
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Making the Peddle Chair: Tasmanian furniture maker Jon Grant shows you how to make a traditional Australian Peddle chair.
Jimmy Possum: An Unbroken Tradition Dr Mike Epworth writes about the background to a survey exhibition of northern Tasmania’s 150-year vernacular furniture making tradition.
The Perfect Present: David Lim shows how to build a presentation case for the finest whisky.
The Power of Air: Compressed air – do you need it? David Luckensmeyer cuts through the jargon to explain your options.
Minimax FS41E planer thicknesser: Wanting more power and capacity, Dom Dudkiewicz upgraded to ‘an honest and beautiful beast’.
Using Epoxy and Polyurethane Glues: A look at the pros and cons.
Harvey Compass RG-2 roller guide: ‘The potential and versatility of this product is evident right out of the box’, writes Damion Fauser.
Microjig FitFinder: Raf Nathan reviews a specialist tool for finding centre.
3M Xtract Cubitron sanding discs: New sanding discs for power sanders
Würth stepped twist drill set: Damion Fauser tests their proclaimed superior and self-centring accuracy.
Nakaya ryoba handsaw: ‘Rip teeth on one edge and cross cut on the other mean you can use the one saw to rip to width and then cut to length’, writes Raf Nathan.
Metal dovetail keys: Another way to secure and dress up splits and slabs.