Author: David Lim   Date Posted: 30 June 2016  

I am just oiling this bud vase / hollow vessel and I am using OrganOil danish oil.

Author: David Lim   Date Posted: 29 June 2016  

This vessel is 100mm high and about 80mm at it's widest point.

Author: David Lim   Date Posted: 23 June 2016  

Check out the amazing grain in this bowl!

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Author: David Lim   Date Posted: 22 June 2016  

This is a 150mm Brown Mallee Natural Edge Burl Skeleton Clock.

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Date Posted: 18 November 2015  

Date Posted: 13 November 2015  

A good sander іѕ аn іndіѕреnѕаblе part of your workshop.

Date Posted: 9 November 2015  

Bandsaws are essential in the woodworker’s shed as they can cut precise curves in wood, tenons and smaller rabbets and rip larger pieces of timber. With all of the different types, models and pricing which is the best one to purchase for your projects.

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Date Posted: 2 November 2015  

“Each flitch, each board, each plank can have only one ideal use. The woodworker, applying a thousand skills, must find that ideal use and then shape the wood to realize its true potential”- George Nakashima.

Date Posted: 26 October 2015  

Why are products created from burls so expensive? Why can’t you get matching product?

Date Posted: 12 October 2015  

We have all been there, working with timber when all of a sudden you drop something on it that causes a dent. Cursing and stamping your feet you think it’s stuffed what an idiot….hang on you may be able to get this to spring back using an iron.

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Date Posted: 9 October 2015  

Having a safe workshop or work space will ensure you get the most of your woodworking without the unnecessary hassle. There are some of my tips.

Date Posted: 7 October 2015  

Walking around your local hardware store you see a range of different screws made in a variety of different products. This can be a little over whelming as to which screw to choose, we have put together a guide to choosing the right screw for your project

Date Posted: 2 October 2015  

Look weekends are the perfect time to get cracking in the workshop. I'll be spending time with my kids in my workshop. Here are some project ideas to get you going.

Date Posted: 30 September 2015  

Our friends at Tormek put out a video showcasing their two popular knife jigs.

Date Posted: 28 September 2015  

Choosing the right timber for right job will always ensure your project looks like what you have envisioned. But how do you decide which type of timber will produce the desired results?

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Date Posted: 25 September 2015  

Woodturning tаkеѕ uр quite a lоt оf ѕрасе. It саn bе noisy and duѕtу, аnd уоu nееd ѕоmеwhеrе to ѕtоrе mаtеrіаlѕ аnd expensive еԛuірmеnt, ѕо thе workspace іѕ thе fіrѕt thіng tо sort оut.

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Date Posted: 23 September 2015  

Here is a list of various finishing products to protect and maintain timber.

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Date Posted: 21 September 2015  

This article on 20 steps to better pens is a primer on simple techniques that can help improve your pen turning results.

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Date Posted: 18 September 2015  

Being one of the most versatile tools in the workshop, clamps provide a secure fastener between different objects. They secure work to benches, hold pieces together so you can fasten, glue, plane or saw.

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Date Posted: 27 August 2015  

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