The Shed 38, August–September 2011

Our cover story in Shed Issue 38 is a visit a hidden gem of a shed in Parnell central Auckland that houses NZ's biggest collection of steam engines and meet the enthusiasts restoring some important Kiwi heritage. We showcase a home-made rack to carry a wheelchair on a car, describe a garage makeover and clean up as well as telling you all you need to know about Gib fixing. We show a step by step guide to make a set of drawers for keeping your shed bits and pieces tucked away and remind you to preserve your hearing when using power tools. Our Eco designer gives us insulation tips and we profile a solar-powered aeroplane. Our easy engineering project is building a model steam engine then we discuss LEDs, nad its cutting edge future. Finally, we sing the praises of the tough as and bloody useful, Slammer hand tool

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