The Shed 35, February–March 2011

 In The Shed Issue 35 we go beyond the shed to discuss the flying car creation by MIT in the USA. Richard Panting gives us Part I on how to build a violin then we head to Geraldine and marvel at their high school's range of student-built chopper bikes. Jack Humphry tells us all we need to know about what bottles etc, etc you need for your welding set then Peter Snedden with the help of Senthoorvelan Krishnamoorthy, shows us a new approach to clamps. We get builder Phil Bish to review some Devon laser tools for us before Des O'Brien shows us how to build the rack he made for carrying a mobility scooter on the rear of his car. We share some cutting edge inventions that allow you to cook without a stove before David Blackwell discusses the importance of having your tools insured and heading to our Shed of the Month, the 50s inspired shed of Gary Wells. Roger Lacey tells us all about the ancient hand craft of metal spinning before Bert Toomey builds a stowable table for his camper van.

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