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The Shed

No 100 January - February 2022
Magazine

The Shed is Eclectic, informed and always fascinating, there is something to interest everyone in The Shed. Aimed at those with a few tools and perhaps a few clues, this is the magazine for real sheddies. Packed with ideas, projects, advice and peeks into other people’s sheds.

A LOVE FOR MAGAZINES

The Shed • the-shed.nz

IT IS GREAT TO PUT OLD COMPUTERS BACK TO WORK

STUDENTS MAKE THEIR OWN UKULELES

PAINTING TIPS FROM THE RESENE EXPERTS

IN THE BEGINNING • IT IS SO PLEASING TO ME THAT THE SHED HAS REACHED THIS 100-ISSUE MILESTONE

The Superstars • IN 100 ISSUES OF THE SHED, PUBLISHED OVER 16 YEARS, WE HAVE SHONE THE LIGHT ON SOME INCREDIBLE AND INSPIRATIONAL SHEDDIES — TOO MANY TO MAKE CHOOSING OUTSTANDING ONES AN EASY TASK. HOWEVER, NEVER ONES TO SHIRK A CHALLENGE, WE HAVE PULLED OUT 100 OF OUR FAVOURITES.

IT TAKES A TEAM • IT’S NOT WHAT YOU LOOK AT BUT WHAT YOU SEE — THE SHED WRITERS AND PHOTOGRAPHERS FIND INSPIRATION ALL AROUND THEM IN THE PASSION AND CREATIVITY OF THE SHEDDIES THEY MEET

ONE-STOP SHOP • SES Direct has a winning formula when it comes to getting the job done

SUBSCRIBE & SAVE

The tool shed

CAMPER TRAILER BUILD … EIGHT YEARS ON • EIGHT YEARS AGO, THE SHED PUBLISHED AN ARTICLE ABOUT BUILDING A CAMPER TRAILER. POSTED ON THE WEBSITE A COUPLE OF YEARS AGO, THAT ARTICLE IS NOW CONSISTENTLY THE MOST POPULAR POST ON OUR THE SHED WEBSITE. SO AS WE LOOK BACK OVER 100 ISSUES, WE ASKED THE WRITER FOR A FOLLOW-UP

From a daughter’s perspective

HANGING OUT WITH STAN • WITH THE PACIFIC OCEAN ROLLING TO SHORE JUST ACROSS THE ROAD FROM HIS SHED AT WAINUI BEACH, AVID SURFER AND PASSIONATE SHEDDIE STAN (THE BUILDER) SCOTT IS NEVER TOO FAR FROM HIS TWO FAVOURITE PLACES

Automotive Action

Surfing

Stan’s shed tips

Mastering the lathe — part 8 • TURN OUT A HANDY PAIR OF STAIR GAUGES

SHED ULTIMATE HIRE • Aaron Clark is on a mission to make life easier for Kiwis

BUILDING ‘PUNGA’ • AS EVERY CRAFTSPERSON KNOWS, THE FIRST TIME YOU MAKE SOMETHING IS THE EXPERIENCE THAT WILL LIKELY INFORM AND EXCITE YOU TO MAKE THE SECOND ONE

Working with epoxy

Materials list:

Tools, Tools, Tools • Building a stitch and glue plywood dinghy requires very basic tools. These are what I used, roughly in order of how much they were used:

ROAD TO SUSTAINABILITY • Expol’s commitment to sustainability through manufacturing and recycling means its products are kinder to the planet while also giving Kiwis warmer, dryer, more energy efficient homes

SOMETHING BORROWED, SOMETHING BLUE • VISION, INGENUITY, CREATIVITY — IT SEEMS IT’S ALL IN THE GENES

LESSON ONE: THERE WAS NEVER A GOOD KNIFE MADE OF BAD STEEL • PASSION AND PERSEVERANCE TURN TEENAGER’S HOBBY INTO A BUSINESS

Hammer ins and the knife-making community

Making Brookdale knives step by step

Etching the Logo

MULLETS, CHROME BUMPERS, AND VCRs • OUR SHED SHRINK QUESTIONS WHETHER DIY REALLY IS IN OUR DNA

IMPROVING YOUR MOTOR HOME’S TECHNOLOGY PART 3 • The adventure continues — as Enrico installs a fourth onboard computer

CELEBRATING WITH A HOME BREW • Anticipate a summer of open national borders and unrestricted get-togethers by preparing to treat your guests to your own home brews

GERALDINE TRACTOR AND AUTOMOBILE MUSEUM • A MACHINE-LOVER’S PARADISE — WITH SEVEN BUILDINGS CHOCKA WITH MACHINES OF EVERY KIND, YOU MIGHT NEVER LEAVE

Lord Austin’s tractor

Crank Up Day

N-Zeta Scooters — the Czech/New Zealand Hybrid

All the fun of the fair • THE NOSTALGIA-INDUCING MELODIES OF A FAIRGROUND ORGAN ECHO THROUGH THE HILLS OF REIKORANGI

David’s shed and other projects

MENZSHED NEW...


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 156 Publisher: Parkside Media Edition: No 100 January - February 2022

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: December 13, 2021

Formats

OverDrive Magazine

subjects

Home & Garden

Languages

English

The Shed is Eclectic, informed and always fascinating, there is something to interest everyone in The Shed. Aimed at those with a few tools and perhaps a few clues, this is the magazine for real sheddies. Packed with ideas, projects, advice and peeks into other people’s sheds.

A LOVE FOR MAGAZINES

The Shed • the-shed.nz

IT IS GREAT TO PUT OLD COMPUTERS BACK TO WORK

STUDENTS MAKE THEIR OWN UKULELES

PAINTING TIPS FROM THE RESENE EXPERTS

IN THE BEGINNING • IT IS SO PLEASING TO ME THAT THE SHED HAS REACHED THIS 100-ISSUE MILESTONE

The Superstars • IN 100 ISSUES OF THE SHED, PUBLISHED OVER 16 YEARS, WE HAVE SHONE THE LIGHT ON SOME INCREDIBLE AND INSPIRATIONAL SHEDDIES — TOO MANY TO MAKE CHOOSING OUTSTANDING ONES AN EASY TASK. HOWEVER, NEVER ONES TO SHIRK A CHALLENGE, WE HAVE PULLED OUT 100 OF OUR FAVOURITES.

IT TAKES A TEAM • IT’S NOT WHAT YOU LOOK AT BUT WHAT YOU SEE — THE SHED WRITERS AND PHOTOGRAPHERS FIND INSPIRATION ALL AROUND THEM IN THE PASSION AND CREATIVITY OF THE SHEDDIES THEY MEET

ONE-STOP SHOP • SES Direct has a winning formula when it comes to getting the job done

SUBSCRIBE & SAVE

The tool shed

CAMPER TRAILER BUILD … EIGHT YEARS ON • EIGHT YEARS AGO, THE SHED PUBLISHED AN ARTICLE ABOUT BUILDING A CAMPER TRAILER. POSTED ON THE WEBSITE A COUPLE OF YEARS AGO, THAT ARTICLE IS NOW CONSISTENTLY THE MOST POPULAR POST ON OUR THE SHED WEBSITE. SO AS WE LOOK BACK OVER 100 ISSUES, WE ASKED THE WRITER FOR A FOLLOW-UP

From a daughter’s perspective

HANGING OUT WITH STAN • WITH THE PACIFIC OCEAN ROLLING TO SHORE JUST ACROSS THE ROAD FROM HIS SHED AT WAINUI BEACH, AVID SURFER AND PASSIONATE SHEDDIE STAN (THE BUILDER) SCOTT IS NEVER TOO FAR FROM HIS TWO FAVOURITE PLACES

Automotive Action

Surfing

Stan’s shed tips

Mastering the lathe — part 8 • TURN OUT A HANDY PAIR OF STAIR GAUGES

SHED ULTIMATE HIRE • Aaron Clark is on a mission to make life easier for Kiwis

BUILDING ‘PUNGA’ • AS EVERY CRAFTSPERSON KNOWS, THE FIRST TIME YOU MAKE SOMETHING IS THE EXPERIENCE THAT WILL LIKELY INFORM AND EXCITE YOU TO MAKE THE SECOND ONE

Working with epoxy

Materials list:

Tools, Tools, Tools • Building a stitch and glue plywood dinghy requires very basic tools. These are what I used, roughly in order of how much they were used:

ROAD TO SUSTAINABILITY • Expol’s commitment to sustainability through manufacturing and recycling means its products are kinder to the planet while also giving Kiwis warmer, dryer, more energy efficient homes

SOMETHING BORROWED, SOMETHING BLUE • VISION, INGENUITY, CREATIVITY — IT SEEMS IT’S ALL IN THE GENES

LESSON ONE: THERE WAS NEVER A GOOD KNIFE MADE OF BAD STEEL • PASSION AND PERSEVERANCE TURN TEENAGER’S HOBBY INTO A BUSINESS

Hammer ins and the knife-making community

Making Brookdale knives step by step

Etching the Logo

MULLETS, CHROME BUMPERS, AND VCRs • OUR SHED SHRINK QUESTIONS WHETHER DIY REALLY IS IN OUR DNA

IMPROVING YOUR MOTOR HOME’S TECHNOLOGY PART 3 • The adventure continues — as Enrico installs a fourth onboard computer

CELEBRATING WITH A HOME BREW • Anticipate a summer of open national borders and unrestricted get-togethers by preparing to treat your guests to your own home brews

GERALDINE TRACTOR AND AUTOMOBILE MUSEUM • A MACHINE-LOVER’S PARADISE — WITH SEVEN BUILDINGS CHOCKA WITH MACHINES OF EVERY KIND, YOU MIGHT NEVER LEAVE

Lord Austin’s tractor

Crank Up Day

N-Zeta Scooters — the Czech/New Zealand Hybrid

All the fun of the fair • THE NOSTALGIA-INDUCING MELODIES OF A FAIRGROUND ORGAN ECHO THROUGH THE HILLS OF REIKORANGI

David’s shed and other projects

MENZSHED NEW...


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