This comprehensive, go-to reference guide covers everything the budding woodworker needs to know, from how to choose and cut wood to how to plan, measure, mark, shape and join. Packed with practical information and over 600 colour photographs, The Woodworker's Technique Bible includes:
Essential troubleshooting tips ~ How to control power tools with accuracy ~ Selecting and using the 10 essential hand tools ~ Great original projects ~ A gallery of inspiration with finished examples from professional woodworkers ~ A 'wood identifier' which calls out the key characteristics of each type of wood and how best to use it.
Paul Forrester grew up near a small village in Surrey, England, spending much of his childhood in the local carpenter's workshop. After many successful years as a professional photographer, he followed his true passion and became a woodworker. Paul created all kinds of furniture for his local community before he retired. He is also the author of The Woodworker's Handbook. Dip into this brilliant resource to build new skills, repair existing items and create fantastic projects.
Publisher: Search Press Ltd
Number of pages: 256
Weight: 822 g
Dimensions: 234 x 178 x 20 mm