The Shed 114, April/May 2024

When Athanasius (Athow) Santamaria made an “impulse decision”, to buy a pile of old Austin parts in 2015, he didn’t really have a project in mind.
But this young kiwi sheddie, with no car building experience at all, figured he would have a crack at building a car from this pile of parts. Now, he is well down the track to completing an authentic reproduction Austin Seven Ulster; a scratch-built, boat-tail, two-seater sports car.
From the archives – Building an acoustic guitar – part 1
The best hut ever!
For a DIYer who has left-over bits and pieces lying around, building a child’s playhouse need not be a costly undertaking.
Introduction to Arduino UNO R4 (Playing Chess) – Part 2
Off the grid – Murray gives his kiwi-designed Paper Tiger a makeover and proves a home-build can still take line honours.
The shed that ate the house
Living in the dream – a factory-sized shed crammed with a diverse array of treasures.
The versatile wooden pallet
Making something out of nothing at all
Electronics – Sino:bit
This Chinese microcontroller enables computer learning in a number of languages.
Chris Gordon keeps busy – Part 2
For most of us, building or restoring a motorcycle would be a mammoth undertaking. Not so Chris Gordon – he decided to build three!
The Shed shrink, Safety in the shed – Tinnitus and Pest control – make a possum trap
Small is big in Bill Thomas’s shed
A creative spirit knows no boundaries with his miniature house build.
Back o’ The Shed – OK, Boomer!
We haven’t been perfect … but things are, overall, better than when we started.
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