The Shed 39, October–November 2011

 In The Shed Issue 39, Leif Haseltine shows us how to make what he calls "the most useful tool in the shed" a Linisher. Bob Hulme guides us through how to calculate the size of gears, sprockets or pulleys that we may need and we discuss the future of trade training. We meet the extraordinarily skilled Colin Howard who is making a living in his shed recreating 1930s Alfa Romeo parts before Terry Snow gives us some axe sharpening tips. David Blackwell gives us a guide to great chisels then we show you how tackle moisture control, ventilation and security in our ecosection. Stan Scott gives us the simple steps of floorboard replacement and we enjoy all the action at the Vintage Car Club Swap Meet in Rotorua. Peter Northway helps us make a micro brewery in our shed before our Shed of the month visit is to the antique restorer and clock repair world of Alan Geary in Wanganui.

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