The complete book of stationary power tool techniques
This volume from Popular Science, with over 1,000 photos and drawings tells you how to get more use out of every major stand alone power tool. Thousands of workshop techniques for saws, jointers, planers, sanders, grinders, shapers and lathes, tips on adjusting your tools and making ingenious jigs.
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