Boat Joinery and Cabinet Making Simplified
McGraw Hill Professional, Jun 5, 1993 - Sports & Recreation - 256 pages
This book is about building things of wood, from a new cup rack to a completely new interior, but it isn't just another project book. Bingham wisely assumes that many people want to be told "how to perform neat joinerwork rather than what to build. By starting with a simple task, such as a cleat, deck box, or even a toolbox, and then proceeding to more ambitious projects, you can develop the skills you need to build practically anything you can envision. Bingham's joinery techniques and handy gimmicks were born of trial and error; he provides realistic alternative procedures for many of the projects, telling how to make them by Method A, Method B, and Method C. Bingham's gift for providing simple explanations for complex problems can transform a rank beginner who has never held a hammer into a journeyman boat carpenter, and a journeyman carpenter into a true craftsman.
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