Making Wood Signs

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2003 - Crafts & Hobbies - 224 pages
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With more than 250,000 copies sold, this is the must-have manual for anyone who wants to make wood signs. Top woodworking author Patrick Spielman shares his expertise on all aspects of the craft, and hundreds of color photographs present the required techniques. “Very excellent, well-illustrated book. Will tell you all you need to know about how to make interesting and attractive signs.”—The Mallet.
  

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User Review  - crowblog - Overstock.com

This book is a very good introduction to all the techniques (carving, routing, sandblasting, etc) used to make wood signs. Has great examples, and also tells you what NOT to do - a very important ... Read full review

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User Review  - socalal - Overstock.com

Full of useful information for the beginner. I just retired and purchased a scroll saw and router. I'm a real beginner when it comes to working with wood. Thanks for the helpful information. ... Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION
11
Acrylic Sheet Cement
27
Sign Shapes
34
Using Projectors for Enlargements 38 Scroll Saw Safety Guidelines
59
SIGNBOARDS AND PANELS 40 Routing and Sandblasting Faces
65
CHAPTER 9
111
CHAPTER 10
125
CHAPTER 11
138
Woods for Sandblasting
149
CHAPTER 13
164
CHAPTER 14
178
Size
189
APPENDIX
202
METRIC CONVERSION CHART
218
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

Spielman is the leading author on woodworking throughout the world with over 65 books published. He has taught high school and vocational wodworking in Wisconsin public schools for 27 years. He has also owned and operated a wood product manufacturing company for 20 years.

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