Item description for 1001 Tips for Woodworkers by Percy W. Blandford...
Overview Provides tips for all aspects of woodworking, covering such topics as preparation and layout, hand tools, joints, workshop techniques, cramping, routing, lathework, finishing, and sharpening.
Relevant to every facet of woodworking, this reference features a truly comprehensive collection of tips and techniques drawn from a lifetime of craftsmanship. Extensive chapters and hand-drawn illustrations approach all topics, from how to stock different workshops to how to improve the scope of both power and hand tools, offering advice to professional and amateur woodworkers alike. Whether a carpenter, home builder, or furniture designer, woodworkers of all types and skill levels will benefit from this exhaustive resource and ultimately, will produce stronger, more beautiful creations.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1" Width: 6.25" Height: 8.75" Weight: 1.62 lbs.
Release Date Dec 1, 2007
Publisher Linden Publishing
ISBN 1933502150 ISBN13 9781933502151
Availability 25 units. Availability accurate as of May 25, 2017 02:26.
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More About Percy W. Blandford
Percy Blandford is a writer as well as a boat and furniture designer. He has written more than 100 woodworking books, including "Build Your Own Boat "and "Country Tools and How to Use Them,"
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Reviews - What do customers think about 1001 Tips for Woodworkers?
Great for bench workers Sep 9, 2008
Any serious woodworker is always looking for tips that don't cost a lot to implement and are easy to use. Great tips, for a 20 year woodworker. Some of the illustrations are a little confusing, but definitely packs a great deal of value compared with most WW books today.