Fine Woodworking Best Tips on Finishing, Sharpening, Gluing, Storage, and More

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Taunton Press, 2011 - Crafts & Hobbies - 234 pages
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Woodworkers are always on the lookout for clever tips or new twists on techniques. That's why Fine Woodworking magazine has such broad appeal; every issue is filled with expert advice on how to become better at the craft. This book brings together nearly 350 shop-tested tips -- from storage solutions and surface preparation; to milling lumber and power-tool strategies; to insights into clamping, gluing, sharpening, finishing, and more. The collection of great woodworking ideas in Fine Woodworking Best Tips on Finishing, Sharpening, Gluing, Storage, and More is sure to become a quintessential reference book.

 

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Contents

SHOP
5
Shop helperS 4 Ch3 Sharpening 92
10
Milling luMber
110
ripping
117
clamp Storage 67 72 taperS anD bevelS
131
JointS
157
Surface prep
164
SanDing
165
eDgeS anD Face FrameS
195
finiShing
198
repairS
199
technique
208
toolS
212
holDing work
215
maintenance
218
cabinetS
220

hanDplaning
175
gluing and claMping
178
Strategy
179
mortiSeanDtenon JointS
190
panelS
191
DovetailS
193
miterS
194
DrawerS
222
tableS
225
metric converSion chart
229
creDitS
230
inDex
232
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"Fine Woodworking "was launched in 1975 and has a circulation of over 275,000. It is the premiere source of how-to information for woodworkers of all skill levels that are seriously interested in woodworking techniques, tools, projects, finishing and design inspiration.

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