Welcome to February’s Arbortech Turboshaft competition

For a chance to win an Arbortech Turboshaft simply email us with a picture of your most unique creation. Send your photo to competitions@axminster.co.uk (before 29th February).

Here are a selection of entries:

Tim Werner
Tim Werner
Pam Poore
Pam Poore
Knot-work from hand carved door - Kenneth Bonner
Knot-work from hand carved door – Kenneth Bonner
Solid Oak coffee table carved with Arbortech Woodcarver and TurboPlane blades, finished with Bee's wax - Eoghan Young
Solid Oak coffee table carved with Arbortech Woodcarver and TurboPlane blades, finished with Bee’s wax – Eoghan Young
Allan Solomon
Allan Solomon
Left: Ships Wheel, Right: Coffee Table - Douglas Morgan
Left: Ships Wheel, Right: Coffee Table – Douglas Morgan
Elm sculpted chair
Sculpted chair from three inch thick slabs of elm. The contours were designed to support the lower back and relieve pressure on the spine – the more distal parts were shaped as the figure of the wood suggested.
Rhoda Daniels
JET Lathe model
Half scale model of JET Lathe. Lyn Cheeseman
Kuksa Cup
Kuksa cup carved with an Arbortech mini turbo plane.
John Jackson
Koi carp
Koi carp in yew.
Paul Lloyd
Box carving
Carved box by Miles Ascough
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Turned and power carved by Eric Harvey
Fossil wall sculpture with a sabre burr. Kate Barnard
Fossil wall sculpture with a sabre burr.
Kate Barnard
Rocking Horse
Rocking horse carved from walnut using an arbortech turbo plane blade, and finished with oil and wax.
Frank Tallett
Simon Corcoran
Simon Corcoran
Hippos & Elephants
Hippos – Carved from a block of lime.  Painted with Earthborn wood stains and finished with Rustins quick drying satin varnish (All EU toy safe products). Elephants – Carved from a donated slab of wood (species unknown)  12″ x 7.5″.  Finished with one coat of sanding sealer and Liberon Black Bison neutral wax polish.
Janet Ferrier-Robinson
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Alex Garfield
Kioni, a hooded Masai woman
Kioni, a hooded Masai woman. The head was carved of English Walnut, the hood/cloak of Sycamore and the jewellery pieces of African black wood, ebony wood, boxwood and purple heart wood.
Richard Pepperd
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Nicholas Cheeseman
Unusual Bird Boxes
Unusual Bird Boxes.
Den Humphrey
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