|Blog series by DoctorDan||updated 06-28-2010 06:35 AM||3 parts||3680 reads||8 comments total|
Yesterday we packed up the forester and ventured south to the big smoke (Sydney) for the Timber and Working with Wood Show. Being the (unofficial) largest wood show in the country there was lots to see, do and buy. Overall there seemed to be an higher quality and range on offer than previous years. I’ll break the trip up into a few sections looking at timber, tools, and demonstrations. I’ve just uploaded a stack of photos of the different timbers of display at the Sydney sh...
You can’t have a wood show without tools, and there certainly was a lot of them. Traditional hand tools, power tools, tools for woodworking, tools for tradies, machinery, and milling equipment were all on display. There was a great display of very high quality Australian hand tools which caused a little bit of envy to say the least. As I did last time I’ve uploaded a stack of photos and descriptions on my blog. Photos & Blog @ the love of wood.
The third element to the show was the demonstrations and exhibitions. Here’s a couple of highlights. More photos and details @ the love of wood.