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The Shed

No 103 July - August 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.

The Shed

IT’S NEVER TOO LATE

THE DAVID REID TECHNIQUE OF LOST WAX CASTING PART 1 • The first in a three-part series taking us through the alchemy of the lost wax method of casting in bronze

ENGINEERING INNOVATION ON SHOW — FINALLY • Emex not only revealed four years of technological innovation but also laid out some guidelines for business into the future

The Auckland Blade Show • It’s back for 2022

REINVENTING TARGA • Enter the Vintage Car Club (VCC)

THE SHED ONLINE

WHERE DOES THE ELECTRICITY COME FROM?

PAINTING TIPS FROM THE RESENE EXPERTS • When you’re stuck inside over the cooler months, it’s a good time to get stuck into interior projects.

MAKE A CLASSIC WOODWORK BENCH • Part one of how to build a classic cabinetmaker’s bench

SUBSCRIBE & SAVE • NEVER MISS AN ISSUE FREE DELIVERY TO YOUR HOME SAVE UP TO $14

The tool shed

THERE’S LIFE IN BLACK& WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY • Digital imaging is convenient, inexpensive, and instant; film photography requires patience, can be expensive, and takes time — but its aficionados say it’s worth the effort

TOOL KIDS • TWO RECENT BOOKS TO GET BOYS AND GIRLS OF MOST AGES INTO WOODWORKING AND TOOL USE. GET ’EM YOUNG!

A PROJECT • TWO BOYS MAKE A TOOL TOTE!

SCROLLED STEEL AND OTHER GARDEN SCULPTURES • Scrolled steel forms are a good way to make the most out of offcuts and really suit pot plants

TALES FOR MAKERS PART 1 • Mystery stories that use fictional technologies designed to inspire readers to develop their own real-world applications based on these technologies

KUMIKO: THE FINE ART OF FRICTION • How the Japanese hold it all together – perfectly

A Damascus Moment • OUR SHED SHRINK RE-EXAMINES THE MEANING OF SUCCESS

CLAMPING FOOD • MAYBE IT’S TIME TO RESURRECT SOME TRADITIONAL FORMS OF FOOD PRESERVATION

A HISTORY OF HAMMERS PART 2 • A TOOL THAT MAY HAVE BEEN AROUND FOR MORE THAN THREE MILLION YEARS AND CAN STILL BE FOUND IN NEARLY EVERY HOME — THIS MONTH WE LEARN MORE ABOUT HOW TO CREATE THE PERFECT HAMMER

MY SHED STORY … SO FAR • A rookie sheddie finds much more than he expected in his new pursuit

TICKET TO RIDE • Remember the days when the clickety-clack of trains along the main trunk line was a constant of New Zealand life? A snippet of those times lives on in an Auckland shed

Bookcase

MISSED AN ISSUE? STORAGE BINDERS

FIND YOUR LOCAL MENZSHED

ALL SPARKED UP • ‘David’ takes some small steps against the might of ‘Goliath’


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 132 Publisher: Parkside Media Edition: No 103 July - August 2022

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: June 20, 2022

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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.

The Shed

IT’S NEVER TOO LATE

THE DAVID REID TECHNIQUE OF LOST WAX CASTING PART 1 • The first in a three-part series taking us through the alchemy of the lost wax method of casting in bronze

ENGINEERING INNOVATION ON SHOW — FINALLY • Emex not only revealed four years of technological innovation but also laid out some guidelines for business into the future

The Auckland Blade Show • It’s back for 2022

REINVENTING TARGA • Enter the Vintage Car Club (VCC)

THE SHED ONLINE

WHERE DOES THE ELECTRICITY COME FROM?

PAINTING TIPS FROM THE RESENE EXPERTS • When you’re stuck inside over the cooler months, it’s a good time to get stuck into interior projects.

MAKE A CLASSIC WOODWORK BENCH • Part one of how to build a classic cabinetmaker’s bench

SUBSCRIBE & SAVE • NEVER MISS AN ISSUE FREE DELIVERY TO YOUR HOME SAVE UP TO $14

The tool shed

THERE’S LIFE IN BLACK& WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY • Digital imaging is convenient, inexpensive, and instant; film photography requires patience, can be expensive, and takes time — but its aficionados say it’s worth the effort

TOOL KIDS • TWO RECENT BOOKS TO GET BOYS AND GIRLS OF MOST AGES INTO WOODWORKING AND TOOL USE. GET ’EM YOUNG!

A PROJECT • TWO BOYS MAKE A TOOL TOTE!

SCROLLED STEEL AND OTHER GARDEN SCULPTURES • Scrolled steel forms are a good way to make the most out of offcuts and really suit pot plants

TALES FOR MAKERS PART 1 • Mystery stories that use fictional technologies designed to inspire readers to develop their own real-world applications based on these technologies

KUMIKO: THE FINE ART OF FRICTION • How the Japanese hold it all together – perfectly

A Damascus Moment • OUR SHED SHRINK RE-EXAMINES THE MEANING OF SUCCESS

CLAMPING FOOD • MAYBE IT’S TIME TO RESURRECT SOME TRADITIONAL FORMS OF FOOD PRESERVATION

A HISTORY OF HAMMERS PART 2 • A TOOL THAT MAY HAVE BEEN AROUND FOR MORE THAN THREE MILLION YEARS AND CAN STILL BE FOUND IN NEARLY EVERY HOME — THIS MONTH WE LEARN MORE ABOUT HOW TO CREATE THE PERFECT HAMMER

MY SHED STORY … SO FAR • A rookie sheddie finds much more than he expected in his new pursuit

TICKET TO RIDE • Remember the days when the clickety-clack of trains along the main trunk line was a constant of New Zealand life? A snippet of those times lives on in an Auckland shed

Bookcase

MISSED AN ISSUE? STORAGE BINDERS

FIND YOUR LOCAL MENZSHED

ALL SPARKED UP • ‘David’ takes some small steps against the might of ‘Goliath’


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