• Woodcraft Guild ACT Inc.

    If you are interested in woodcraft, the Guild is for you.
    Activities include:
    TURNING
    FURNITURE MAKING
    TOOL APPRECIATION
    TOY MAKING
    CARVING
    SCROLL SAW
    PYROGRAPHY

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  • Featured workshop

    The Guild holds an Annual Exhibition so that members can show their work to colleagues and the public. By subnitting their work to critical evaluation by professional judges, members are able to improve the disign, construction methods and finish of craftwork.

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  • 2019 Exhibition
    No comments | by Robin Cromer | posted on Sunday, October 27th, 2019
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    Guild Sale at South.Point
    No comments | by ICTWoodFixer | posted on Thursday, July 18th, 2019
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  • Get in Touch

    The Woodcraft Guild ACT
    PO Box 1411
    Woden ACT 2606

No 8 Plane - fully restored

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Terry O’Loughlin  

Maker of Furniture and Woodworking Tools

As an adjunct to making furniture, I began making woodworking tools, including marking-out tools, mallets, chisels, saws and planes.  Without any metalworking background, over the years I have acquired some skills and have developed my own techniques.   I have also fettled and restored commercially manufactured tools.  I have won prizes at the Guild’s Exhibition and in three tool making competitions run by the Australian Wood Review.

Not long after moving to Canberra in 1986, I joined the Guild, and have been a member ever since.  I am a founding attendee of the Furniture Special Interest Group.  I was appointed Shed Boss shortly after the Shed was opened in late 2002.  This entails ensuring that the Shed runs smoothly and safely.  I have to keep track of tools and equipment and am on hand on Tuesdays and Thursdays to assist members with advice and use of machinery.

I have run workshops covering basic woodworking, making shooting boards and fettling or tuning planes.  I have had articles published in the Australian Woodworker and Australian wood Review.

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A selection of Terry's planes and woodcraft