The Seven Essentials of Woodworking

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2001 - House & Home - 128 pages
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What are these seven essentials? Buy a quality hand saw; measure and mark wood carefully; crosscut and rip hardwood boards by hand; edge-joint and surface a three foot plank by hand; keep your tools sharper; perfectly cut a mortise-and-tenon joint by hand; master a single finishing technique before trying another. You'll learn the seven essentials faster if you practise them with hand tools, and that's what you get here - a basic woodworking course that focuses on the true priorities arising out of your love and mastery of wood.
 

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To produce quality work in an efficient manner, Guidice contends that woodworkers need to be proficient in seven essential skills: joint making, measuring and marking, sawing to a line, sharpening ... Read full review

Contents

Preamble
15
WOOD GLUE SURFACE JOINTMAKING
31
MEASURING AND MARKING WOOD
41
The Bow Saw
50
Sawing To a Cut Line
56
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