Biscuit Joiner Handbook

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Sterling Publishing Company, 1993 - House & Home - 224 pages
Make attractive, durable joints, eliminate time-consuming mistakes, and find shortcuts around hours of tedious work. Totally revised, with all the latest models, this guide shows every facet of each machine, and explains how to do almost any type of joinery. Plus: expert ratings of the major brands, models and accessories, complete how-to information on edge-joining, butt-joining, and mitring techniques, a helpful checklist for maintenance and troubleshooting. "Foster provides a wealth of information about the use of this tool."-- "LJ

. "Anxious to delve into a relatively new method of wood joinery? Try this book...a complete rundown of the when, how, where and how much aspects of the method."-- "Booklist

. 192 pages, 229 b/w illus., 8 x 10.

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Be careful that this title doesn't get in with the cookbooks; the biscuits in question are made of pressed wood, not flour, and will surely give your patrons indigestion! Biscuits are used much like ... Read full review

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