More Woodworkers' Essential Facts, Formulas & Short-cuts: Figure it Out, with Or Without Math

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Cambium Press, 2006 - House & Home - 343 pages
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This essential woodworking reference provides jargon-free explanations of the behavior of wood, allowing craftspeople to enjoy workshop success without being troubled by difficult mathematical setbacks. Providing detailed solutions to workshop equations, chapters address popular issues such as dyeing wood, rust removal, moisture protection, shaping with patterns and templates, and inlay intarsia. Math-free solutions coupled with explanatory notes on the science of wood made this handbook an essential addition to any workshop.

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Ken Horner is a retired organic chemist and computer consultant who resides in Sunnyvale, California, deep in the heart of the Silicon Valley. A veteran woodworker, he is a member of the South Bay Woodworkers Association.

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