The New Router Handbook

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Sterling Publishing Company, 1993 - House & Home - 384 pages
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It's the up-to-the-minute essential workbench reference. Totally revised and expanded, this massive book offers the most detailed information of every model on the market, with a thorough analysis of their capabilities and accessories. Over 1,000 photos and drawings showcase the brilliant array of how-to-use instructions and unusual jigs and aids. Plus, safety techniques; sharpening and maintenance procedures for bits; techniques for making and fitting exact joints; methods of creating designs in wood and cutting non-wooden material; overarm or pin router techniques; using commercial router tables and making your own ultimate router table; and an entire lifetime's worth of shop ideas. Take advantage of the great money-saving tips for making ingenious jigs and fixtures that will help in unusual operations. ."..will serve as "the

primer on a very useful tool...."-- "Booklist

. 384 pages, 1,100 b/w illus., 8 x 10.

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Contents

Types of Routers
19
FixedBase Routers 39 Trimming and Squaring
130
Plunge Routers 49 Making Wall Panelling and Wood Floors 143
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Copyright

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About the author (1993)

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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