Shop Tips from America's Best Woodworkers: Expert Advice on Making the Most of Your Shop Time and Tools
America's best woodworkers have contributed more than 650 tips and 30 special techniques on how to become a better woodworker. Hundreds of short, pithy entries tell the woodworker the fastest way to cut a joint, the easiest way to handle a glue-up, the best way to solve a problem. Longer entries cover machinery and procedures. 508 illustrations.
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