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April / May 2016
Restoring a Roller PDF Print E-mail
Written by Ray Cleaver   

Restoring a Roller…or three

…or three:

A devoted New Plymouth owner has restored three Rolls-Royce Silver Ghosts to their former glory, including one that was built for the Russian royal family in St Petersburg and a 1908 model that he rescued from the Australian outback.

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Getting real PDF Print E-mail
Written by Ray Cleaver   

Getting Real

A lifelong passion for taxidermy has lead to a world-class collection and the opening of a dedicated museum.

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Hot stuff PDF Print E-mail
Written by Jude Woodside   

Hot stuff

Sixteen years ago “Hipsy” Stuart Guy needed to heat the house truck he lived in. He decided an LPG gas bottle offered the perfect solution and now makes a range of woodstoves that chuck out the heat for a fraction of the cost of more conventional stoves.

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Good things take time PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sue Allison   

Good things take time

A Stewart Island sheddie is the go-to guy when locals need to get things fixed. He uses tools passed down by his father and gifted by friends, including a Drummond M lathe and a Wolf grinder. “Old tools last if you look after them,” he says.

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Setting up PDF Print E-mail
Written by Bob Hulme   

Setting up: Part 2

Part 2

In our series on metalworking lathes—the all-important job of setting up the machine so it will be completely accurate.

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Less is more PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sarah Beresford   

Less is more

A glass artist loves the challenge of creating dynamic works from very simple processes.

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