The Shed 34, December–January 2011

 In The Shed Issue 34 Patrick Neal shows how, step by step, to build a 50cc Go Kart. Scott Edwards of Southland shares his Holden fronted barbeque and Stan Scott gives a tutorial on how to install a sash cord window in a villa. Shed readers share their pizza oven install successes with us and David Blackwell makes us a simple rocker out of solid plywood. Ray Cleaver meets a Naki farmer that has built a catapult to throw couches and water drums for fun and Peter Wilson demonstrates his earth drill which is a cheap and ingenious way to make underground wire channels. Simon Jansen tells us how easy it is to eavesdrop on weather satellites then Bob Hulme shows how to make useful trammels to make accurate curves on MDF, ply, sheet metal etc. Ian Hoskin builds a portable work bench for the smaller shed and Gordon Hudson has the final instalment in his telescope feature, alignment. Philip Heath introduces us to CAD drawing for beginners before Terry Snow discusses all the very latest technology around