The Lathe Book: A Complete Guide to the Machine and Its Accessories

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Taunton Press, 2001 - Crafts & Hobbies - 188 pages
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This complete guide to the router covers every type of router, their tooling, and best uses which will be essential for anyone who owns or is planning to buy a router. Useful and versatile, the router has a huge range of uses and this book surveys them all, from edge work and moulding, to cutting joinery and shaping, to making multiples with patterns.

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I first went to the public library to read all of the books they had on lathes. The Lathe Book had the best information by far so I decided it was worth purchasing and recommend it to anyone else ... Read full review

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Conover, the co-designer of the Conover Lathe, has taught hundreds of students to turn. He directs Conover Workshops, offering classes in a variety of woodworking techniques, and is a frequent contributor to woodworking magazines in the U.S. and abroad.

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