In this issue of The Shed #69, Jude shows that if you design and make your own welding trolley you get the exact result you need. Also, a Shed reader comes up with an ingenious solution to lighting his workshop, we try out a hand held CNC router which signals a big change for woodworking tools and we meet Jim Baird of Patea who has given a new lease of life to a unique 1917 Buick Roadster. New Plymouth is the home of Ian & Doreen Hooper and we enjoy their joint passion for woodworking and we give you heaps of advise on how to move your shed. We visit Tom Clouston in Turakina who is continuing on and growing the huge car buff collection started by his late father, Jock Clouston. The Wairarapa is home to a wet plate photographer, Brian Scadden, who is reviving these old techniques and we show you how to come to grips with boring, taper turning and sizing on your lathe. Our pull-out special feature this issue is a workshop fit out, your guide to the ultimate shed and Stu Lees makes a home for mans best friend, a wooden dog kennel. We head to Stewart Island to meet master carver, Dave Goodin, who creates very special pieces from quality stone and we are all at sea with Ken Kingsbury who has created a string of nautical inventions. Finally in our regular electronics feature, we look at how to transmit data from the source to another point.