The Shed 43, June–July 2012

 This issue we take you through how to build a strong, safe, functional log splitter thanks to the team at CC Hydraulics. In Part III of our milling series, we discuss removing material (which cutters and what material) before giving you two recipes in this issues Home Brewing feature. Our Eco Design Advisor shows us how to reduce hot water demand and losses then we head to the perfect shed, well the perfect racing shed of M3 Racing. David Blackwell shows step by step how to make a wooden slat bed before Mark Beckett installs an Arduino-run water temperature light in a classic car. The young ones always want to help out in the shed so we show how to make a toddler workstation then introduce an Onehunga High School robotics team that beat the world in a competition.

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