The Shed 29, February–March 2010

 In The Shed Issue 29 we meet Jim Pauling who has kit-set aluminium tinnies that you can build yourself.Dick Veitch shows us how to make a wooden bowl by woodturning that is just perfect for chips and dips before we are riveted by Bob Hulme's complete guide to rivets. Frank Wigg builds us a race car roll cage made with good welding and chrome poly that really is the business before Richard Feltham gives us some great electronics knowledge by explaining G-code for machines. Robin Overall has Part II of building a Ukuele before we have this issue's saftey advice, safe welding practices.John Shaw gives us some great advice for keeping your plane blades as-sharp-as before we head to the My Shed feature this issue, the mighty shed of Brent Bevan and his army vehicle collection then we close the issue with a search for the New Zealand lamp manufacturer Kerona.