The Woodworker's Techniques Bible Spiral bound
A complete step-by-step guide to essential woodwork techniques, from choosing and cutting lumber, onto planning, measuring and marking, and through to cutting, shaping and joining.
Essential troubleshooting tips are supplied throughout for when things don't quite go to plan.
With this book you will learn to control power tools with accuracy, and how to select and use the ten essential hand tools that will give your work a beautiful hand-finished quality.
You will also find a wood identifier section that calls out a lumber's key characteristics and suggests how to use it. And there is a selection of projects - children's toys, simple furniture and bird boxes - with cutting lists and full instructions so you can try out these techniques in practice.
About the author Paul Forrester is a woodworker and photographer.
He is the author of two previous woodworking books.
- Format: Spiral bound
- Pages: 256 pages, full colour illustrations throughout
- Publisher: Apple Press
- Publication Date: 01/07/2009
- Category: DIY: carpentry & woodworking
- ISBN: 9781845433123