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Woodworking With the Router : Professional Router Techniques and Jigs Any Woodworker Can Use
This book is a process-oriented benchtop reference that provides the latest, most practical information on how to use the router, America's most popular, most versatile woodworking power tool.

The Complete Illustrated Guide to Furniture and Cabinet Construction
The Complete Illustrated Guide to Furniture and Cabinet Construction is the ultimate reference work -- a graphic, step-by-step presentation of basic furniture-construction techniques. Expert woodworker Andy Rae brings organization, enthusiasm, and more than 20 years' experience to this essential book. Readers will acquire a working knowledge of woodworking materials, a higher level of control over their work and tools, and an understanding of basic design principles.

Understanding Wood Finishing : How to Select and Apply the Right Finish (American Woodworker)
Now it's easier than ever for woodworkers to get a perfect finish on every project! This book dispels the myths about wood finishing and explains exactly how and why every finish behaves the way it does.

The Table Saw Book
The table saw is the cornerstone of any woodworking shop, and this book in its first edition quickly became the standard reference. Written by the recognized authority on the subject, the book explains how to choose the proper saw and use it safely, and covers all basic operations including ripping, crosscutting, and handling large stock. Included are discussions of innovations in table saw design and new accessories. With almost 300 color photos, this totally revised version of The Table Saw Book is the top reference on the subject.

The Workbench : A Complete Guide to Creating Your Perfect Bench
In this fresh and contemporary look at the world of workbenches, Lon Schleining takes us on a guided tour of a wide variety of classic, modern, and specialty benches and offers hundreds of options for choosing or building that perfect bench and its accessories. The Workbench looks at the classic subject with a focus on helping readers find the right bench and accessories for their needs. The object is to guide the reader through making critical choices, including whether to buy it or build it. Even long-time woodworkers dream of the perfect bench and the time to build it, and for them the real enjoyment is in the planning. With 279 color photos and additional illustrations, this book provides in-depth information along with the inspiration to fulfill workshop dreams.

The Complete Manual of Woodworking
With more than 1,800 drawings, diagrams and photos, this authoritative guide encompasses the whole art and craft of woodworking. Designed to instruct and inspire every woodworker from the beginner to the most exacting expert, it has become a classic. It includes a discussion of all the principal hardwoods and softwoods, how to choose and use hand tools, detailed information on every woodworking technique--jointing, bonding, fastening, laminating, and much more.

Tage Frid Teaches Woodworking 1&2 :
A Step-By-Step Guidebook to Essential Woodworking Technique

An excellent step-by-step guidebook to woodworking technique for the earnest woodworker. The first part covers joinery: how to make a wide variety of joints with hand tools and machines, and how to select the right joinery for each application. The second part provides detailed instruction on bending, shaping, carving, turning, veneering, and finishing wood. Well illustrated with photos and drawings.

Great Wood Finishes : A Step-By-Step Guide to Consistent and Beautiful Results
Finishing wood surfaces can be tricky and time-consuming, and all that effort and time may not yield the beautiful product envisioned at the start. Great Wood Finishes is written by an expert in the field to help the occasional finisher/refinisher or hobbyist woodworker avoid that problem. The book uses simple instructions and a wealth of illustrations to make the process easy and rewarding.

Great Wood Finishes begins with a thorough discussion of tools and materials. It moves on to instructions and photo essays covering every technique, including staining, glazing, and rubbing out. The final section, primarily photos and captions, covers specialty finishes that can easily be created by combining the techniques presented earlier in the book.

Band Saw Handbook
Here’s every saw, blade, option, and technique—along with 1,000 illustrations and instructions that present a complete course in cutting basics.

The Accurate Table Saw : Simple Jigs and Safe Setups (Cambium Handbook)
The table saw is the major tool in most woodworkers' collections, and one of the most used for the largest variety of projects. Kirby, a master woodworker, details safety procedures first and foremost, as the table saw is also one of the most potentially dangerous of power tools if used improperly. He discusses how to get the best use from lower-cost saws, what blades and accessories to buy and which to avoid, setup for a number of basic sawing operations, building your own inexpensive jigs for specific tasks, and how to make accurate joints on the table saw. After safety, the next most important consideration is accuracy, and Kirby explains tried-and-true techniques that will ensure clean, precise cuts, miters, and joints. This is a book any woodworker will want to keep within easy reach of the table saw

What Wood Is That : A Manual of Wood Identification
Strong, pliable, and natural, wood is the world's most versatile structural resource. But how to tell one kind from another and choose just the right wood for your project? This remarkable collection of forty actual wood samples shows the color, grain, and texture of the leading varieties. Detailed drawings identify uncut, unfinished trees by their leaves, fruits, and bark. Originally published in 1969, and now in its eighth printing, this straightforward text explains where each kind of tree is grown and how to use its wood to the best advantage--from lamination to veneering, from carving and molding, to finishing. Here, too, is the history of man's use of wood from the Stone Age ax to modern-day conservation issues and rare rain-forest species. What Wood Is That? is an invaluable resource for builders, homeowners, and hobbyists--and a fascinating companion for forest guides and nature lovers.

Scroll Saw Basics

Setting Up Shop: The Practical Guide to Designing
and Building Your Dream Shop

Setting Up Shop is designed both for professional craftspeople who often have the poorest and most sparsely equipped shops because they are too busy to make improvements, and for hobbyists and weekend warriors who need a shop for entertainment as much getting work done. Author Sandor Nagyszalanczy does a good job of pointing out the relative benefits and drawbacks to various shop configurations and locations. In fact, one entire page is devoted to a chart comparing shops located in attics, basements, garages, or a spare room in the house, and how each rates for various factors, including noise, dust, headroom, access, structural limitations, heating, cooling, and moisture. This is a great how-to book with very useful topics in each chapter, including upgrading your electrical system; making sure you have the proper lighting, heating, and ventilation for your shop; picking the right tools and brands; deciding where to place machines and tools, benches and work areas; ensuring shop safety; methods for collecting dust; and more.

Practical Design Solutions and Strategies : Key Advice for Sound Construction from Fine Woodworking (Essentials of Woodworking)
The sixth in a series of essential resources for today's woodcrafters, this latest volume includes over 20 chapters covering every aspect of furniture making, from designing new projects to building each piece to last more than a lifetime, along with specific options for tables, cabinets, and chairs.

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