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The Shed

No 104 September - October 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

FASCINATION AT FIRST SIGHT

THE OLD IRON DISEASE • A pair of Westie collectors bringing new life to vintage machines

A place in history

Gary on collecting stationary engines

THE BEST NEW TOOLS OF THE PAST 25 YEARS? • Woodworking tools — will these suggestions tick your boxes as the most innovative inventions of your ‘sheddie’ career?

What did we miss?

THE SHED ONLINE • What’s happening online at the-shed.nz?

Letters to the editor

PAINTING TIPS FROM THE RESENE EXPERTS

MAKE A CLASSIC WORK BENCH: THE TAIL VICE • The second and final part of building a classic cabinetmaker’s bench.

The tool shed

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

DAVID REID TECHNIQUE OF LOST WAX BRONZE CASTING • Alchemist David Reid takes us further into the processes of this ancient craft

Bronze alloy — ‘a craftsman’s best friend’

NOT A DECISION TO BE TAKEN LIGHTLY • First step in building your own house: take an aerial photo of the section from a parachute …

TALES FOR MAKERS • In this adventure story based on fictional technologies, Ray looks for his son, Tommy, who disappeared after fiddling with an old parking meter

THE ULTIMATE THERMETTE? • SOMETIMES YOU FIND LOVE IN THE MOST UNEXPECTED PLACES

The Benghazi boiler

CONFESSIONS OF A CHEAPSKATE • Economy, creativity, and achievement — there’s very little to equal the satisfaction of ‘do it yourself’

ALIBRE SOFTWARE TEST • New tricks for old dogs

Bookcase

GREENSTONE CARVING: TECHNIQUES AND CONCEPTS IN POUNAMU

What’s in a name? • LOOKING AT THINGS FROM DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVES BRINGS REWARDS

TIME-HONOURED CRAFTSMANSHIP • Watchmaker Reg Horner is one of a diminishing band still practising his craft. He has a particular interest in the large clocks that were once a focal point of many communities

The book of Marmon

H is for hero

A selective history of horology

FIND YOUR LOCAL MENZSHED

THE FOURTH ESTATE • Any threat to freedom of the press is a threat to democracy


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 132 Publisher: Parkside Media Edition: No 104 September - October 2022

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: August 8, 2022

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.

The Shed

FASCINATION AT FIRST SIGHT

THE OLD IRON DISEASE • A pair of Westie collectors bringing new life to vintage machines

A place in history

Gary on collecting stationary engines

THE BEST NEW TOOLS OF THE PAST 25 YEARS? • Woodworking tools — will these suggestions tick your boxes as the most innovative inventions of your ‘sheddie’ career?

What did we miss?

THE SHED ONLINE • What’s happening online at the-shed.nz?

Letters to the editor

PAINTING TIPS FROM THE RESENE EXPERTS

MAKE A CLASSIC WORK BENCH: THE TAIL VICE • The second and final part of building a classic cabinetmaker’s bench.

The tool shed

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

DAVID REID TECHNIQUE OF LOST WAX BRONZE CASTING • Alchemist David Reid takes us further into the processes of this ancient craft

Bronze alloy — ‘a craftsman’s best friend’

NOT A DECISION TO BE TAKEN LIGHTLY • First step in building your own house: take an aerial photo of the section from a parachute …

TALES FOR MAKERS • In this adventure story based on fictional technologies, Ray looks for his son, Tommy, who disappeared after fiddling with an old parking meter

THE ULTIMATE THERMETTE? • SOMETIMES YOU FIND LOVE IN THE MOST UNEXPECTED PLACES

The Benghazi boiler

CONFESSIONS OF A CHEAPSKATE • Economy, creativity, and achievement — there’s very little to equal the satisfaction of ‘do it yourself’

ALIBRE SOFTWARE TEST • New tricks for old dogs

Bookcase

GREENSTONE CARVING: TECHNIQUES AND CONCEPTS IN POUNAMU

What’s in a name? • LOOKING AT THINGS FROM DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVES BRINGS REWARDS

TIME-HONOURED CRAFTSMANSHIP • Watchmaker Reg Horner is one of a diminishing band still practising his craft. He has a particular interest in the large clocks that were once a focal point of many communities

The book of Marmon

H is for hero

A selective history of horology

FIND YOUR LOCAL MENZSHED

THE FOURTH ESTATE • Any threat to freedom of the press is a threat to democracy


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