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  1. Woodworking with the Router Hardcover

    Woodworking with the Router Hardcover

    Still the Undisputed Champion of Router How-to Books More than 10 years after its original publication, WOODWORKING WITH THE ROUTER remains the most highly regarded--and best-selling--router manual available. Clear, comprehensive, and readable, it's packed with the techniques and tricks you'll need to unleash your router's incredible potential. All that and more is covered in this expanded, thoroughly revised and updated edition. Hundreds of large, clear photos and drawings--now in full color--show you everything you need to know about using a router productively and safely. The information is specific, tested, and accurate, making this crackerjack manual almost as indispensable as the router itself! Learn More
  2. Woodworker's Guide to Handplanes

    Woodworker's Guide to Handplanes

    A technically rich analysis and evaluation of every handplane style in the world and how to maintain them for optimum performance. Choosing the right tool is an important part of woodworking. It needs to not only do its job well, it needs to be the right fit for the woodworker. In the case of woodworking handplanes there is much to consider. Does one splurge on a Lie-Nielsen handplane or opt for one of the Chinese planes found in catalogs? Woodworker's Guide to Handplanes teaches the woodworker how to discern the difference between each style of plane, how to select one that's best for their approach to woodworking, how to setup and maintain each of the planes, and lastly, how to make a variety of handplanes. Author and professional woodworker Scott Wynn, analyzes the six core anatomical elements common to all planes, then shows how these elements work. He also evaluates the styles of woodworking planes from various cultures, including Japanese and Chinese planes. This intelligent book features over 200 photographs and hand drawings that are as technically rich as they are beautiful Learn More
  3. Japanese Woodworking Tools

    Japanese Woodworking Tools

    Complete guide to Japanese tools. Shows how each tool works, how to sharpen it & how it's meant to be used. Learn More
  4. Woodworking Machines (Back to Basics)

    Woodworking Machines (Back to Basics)

    A straightforward manual for all woodworkers, this reference offers essential information about the core tools of the woodworking trade. With a chapter devoted to each machine--including the table saw, radial arm saw, band saw, drill press, and jointer--there is plenty of guidance for the beginning woodworker and suggestions for those with more experience. Each chapter includes a detailed diagram of the tool, instructions on its use, and important safety information. Whether woodworkers are setting up a shop, looking to buy new tools, or just interested in getting more from the tools they already own, this essential guide delivers concise information on an array of woodshop equipment Learn More
  5. Glue and Clamps (Missing Shop Manual)

    Glue and Clamps (Missing Shop Manual)

    Covering everything you need to get the most out of using your glue and clamps, the Missing Shop Manual Series explains how to best utillize these two essential workshop tools. From gluing boards to using clamps in furniture repair, you'll discover the techniques and tips you need to achieve woodworking success. Dedicated to providing integral information about woodworking tools and techniques that other manuals overlook, the books in this series contain safety facts, explanations about basic project set up, and tips for maximizing tool performance. Filled with clear diagrams and instructions, these pocket-sized, durable manuals are ideal for quick reference in the workshop. The repair and upkeep of furniture, cabinets, and other wooden objects using glue and clamps is expertly explained in this informative manual. Teaching basic safety, this guide also shows how to choose an appropriate adhesive and clamp and the best way to fix wooden items-ranging from cabinets to chair legs. Well-illustrated and sized to slip into a back pocket, this manual demonstrates the practicality and ease of restoring furniture using glue. Author Bio: John Kelsey is a journalist, an editor, and a writer specializing in woodworking and furniture making. He is a former editor in chief of Fine Woodworking magazine, the author of Furniture Projects for the Deck and Lawn and Kid Crafts: Woodworking, and the editorial director for Fox Chapel Publishing. He lives in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Learn More
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