The Shed 71, February–March 2017

 In this issue we show you how to a metal file into a sharp blade with a precise sense of detail and plenty of elbow grease. We showcase a new approach to the gully trap and delve into the newest technology spawning a myriad of revolutionary developments. Show you Kevin Schimanski's passion for paraphernalia including stationery engines and Bruce Fergus of Otago who has turned his full time career in woodworking into an artistic passion. Have a peek at a car collection with a '37 Cord, Buicks, Chryslers, Austins, Caddillacs and many, many more owned by Bryce Barnet. Go through the steps to make a wooden rocking horse and meet Tony Wytenburg of Blenheim who has amassed an incredible array of vintage aircraft engines you can buy.We have a tribute to a brother of a unique boat-shaped coffin built in Carterton by Brian Scadden and a former engineer, Owen Bennett who lives near Bluff, shares with us his passion for all things mechanical and especially his love of steam. Finally get all advice on how to install a digital read out (DRO) on your lathe or milling machine.


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