Photo showing a completed gunstock

Our main presentation tonight was by Ken Davis who makes gun stocks and repairs telescopic sights. Ken talked about how he selects the timber for the stock, shaping the stock to the customer, and how he finishes them.

Teaser photo showing some completed wheels on the tablesaw sled used to create them

Barry Viner spoke about making wheels for his grandkids' toys in the second presentation of the night,

Teaser photo showing the table top

Our primary talk was by our President, Carolyn Ellis, who talked about the hall table that she has been working on for a couple of years with her collaboration partner Peter Bell.

Photo showing Ian standing next to two of his torsion boxes

There were two presentations for this meeting. Ian Houghton spoke about constructing torsion boxes. Laurie and Mark Pearson then described how they designed and built their pyramid shaped wine rack.

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The Fine Wood Work Association held a members only swap meet in March.

Picture showing the knives made by the speaker in their display boxes

This meeting was a departure from our usual wood working related presentations, as we were visited by David Vicary and Dale Sniffen, both members of the Manning Men’s shed who had brought a collection of their knives and leather work to show us.

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FWWA member Tadatoyo Yamamoto discussed Japanese hand tools from the perspective of a Japanese man who learned how to use them in his native country.

Image of members listening to one of the presenter at the meeting

The November 2020 meeting was the Association's second meeting following the relaxation of COVID-19 social distancing rules by the Western Australian government. This meeting consisted of a series of "Show, Tell and Ask" type presentations where five members spoke about some of the things that they were working on.

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FWWA member Martin Burgoyne discusses how he restored a musical organ for the Jarrahdale Anglican Church.

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FWWA member Mike Wiggin describes how he completed a project for Plantagenet Wines where he used inlaid gold leaf on a board containing their logo. Mike explains how he went about making the board and some of the lessons he learned.