The Encyclopedia of Woodworking Techniques-P2P

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Whether you use power tools or prefer hand tools, this book will show you how to master the wide range of basic skills and techniques you need to guarantee success at any level of woodworking.

This visual encyclopedia will guide you in measuring, marking out, preparing the wood, cutting, abrading, bending, turning, veneering, and creating mortise and tenon joints.

You’ll start by exploring the characteristics of the most popular types of wood, so that you can choose the materials best suited to your projects. Then you’ll see which tools you’ll need to equip your home workshop.

Original photographs and clear instructions lead you through each technique. An illustrated survey of finished examples created by leading craftspeople helps you to understand principles of design and construction and shows how others have used these principles to construct boxes and storage chests, decorative woodware, and tables.

The Encyclopedia of Woodworking Techniques takes the mystique out of woodworking by explaining everything in down-to-earth terms. This is the essential benchtop reference for all woodworkers.

The Encyclopedia of Woodworking Techniques-P2P
Jeremy Broun | 1993 | ISBN: 1561382094 | 190 pages | PDF | 102 MB

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