Band Saw Handbook

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Sterling Publishing Company, 1989 - House & Home - 319 pages
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Here's every saw, blade, option, and technique--and how to select the right one for you. 1,000 illustrations and step-by-step instructions offer a complete course in cutting basics: curve and circle work, straight cuts, unusual designs, and advanced techniques; more. "Offers some terrific troubleshooting hints, projects, and basic instructions."-- "Booklist

. "Even devoted band saw users will find valuable information in this book...an enlightening experience."-- "Workbench

. "Extremely user-friendly and complete handbook." "School Shop Tech Directions

. 320 pages, 1,000 illus., 8 x 10.

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About the author (1989)

Mark Duginske is a band saw expert and the author of 10 woodworking books, including "Band Saw Bench Guide" and "Band Saw Handbook," His work has appeared in numerous publications, including "Architectural Digest," "Architectural Record," "Fine Homebuilding," "Fine Woodworking," and "Woodshop News," His work in the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio in Oak Park, Illinois, appeared on "This Old House" and the PBS Frank Lloyd Wright Special. He lives in Merrill, Wisconsin.

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