Item description for Puzzle Projects for Woodworkers by Allan J. Boardman, Edward Gorey, Jeff Schofield, Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation , John A. Nagl, Elizabeth Blackburn, Laurence Trueman & Kevin Nowlan...
Perfect for crafters and anyone interested in toys and games, this resource provides a collection of wooden puzzle projects submitted by members of the International Puzzle Group—a worldwide membership of puzzlers. With images of finished pieces, line drawings, and solutions accompanying each project, this guidebook provides woodworkers with 14 original patterns, including puzzles using blocks and boxes. Information on how to construct jigs to improve a puzzle's accuracy and professional tips for crafting more polished pieces are also provided.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.25" Width: 8.25" Height: 11" Weight: 0.82 lbs.
Release Date Mar 30, 2008
Publisher Linden Publishing
ISBN 1933502118 ISBN13 9781933502113
Availability 27 units. Availability accurate as of Jan 18, 2017 06:50.
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More About Allan J. Boardman, Edward Gorey, Jeff Schofield, Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation , John A. Nagl, Elizabeth Blackburn, Laurence Trueman & Kevin Nowlan
Allan J. Boardman is a professional woodworker and teacher. His work and articles have been featured in "The American Woodworker" and "Fine Woodworking," He lives in Woodland Hills, California.
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An ideal and highly recommended addition Feb 4, 2008
Profusely illustrated on every page, "Puzzle Projects For Woodworkers" by life-long woodworker Allan J. Boardman showcases fourteen original wooden puzzle projects designed by expert members of the international puzzle community. Each project contains images of the finished pieces, line drawings, and thoroughly 'user friendly' construction suggestions. Each project also includes step-by-step details on building and exploiting special purpose jigs to improve precision, as well as professional tips for producing professional quality results. With a strong focus on woodworking methods, procedures and techniques, "Puzzle Projects For Woodworkers" will enable even the most novice of weekend woodworkers to create fun puzzle projects of the highest standard -- and acquire skill sets that will enable them to create larger projects beyond the making of wooden puzzles. "Puzzle Projects For Woodworkers" is an ideal and highly recommended addition to both personal and community library Woodworking reference collections.