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Taunton S Complete Illustrated Guide To Working With Wood

Author : Andy Rae
ISBN : 9781561586837
Genre : House & Home
File Size : 26.25 MB
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The author of The Complete Illustrated Guide to Furniture and Cabinet Construction presents the basic techniques necessary to complete successful woodworking projects, covering finishing, adhesives, design, bending, and joints.
Category: House & Home

Working With Wood

Author : Peter Korn
ISBN : 1561580414
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
File Size : 50.74 MB
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Covers every aspect of traditional woodworking craftsmanship.
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Exercises In Wood Working With A Short Treatise On Wood Written For Manual Training Classes In Schools And Colleges

Author : Ivin Sickels
ISBN : 9781473389229
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
File Size : 69.17 MB
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This book deals with carpentry and joinery. The first part being about structure, properties and kinds of wood; its manufactures and economic relations to other substances, parasitic plant and insects; and means of preserving wood. The second part contains exercises, preceded by the description of tools, and the manner of drawing used to illustrate the exercises.
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Working Reclaimed Wood

Author : Yoav Liberman
ISBN : 9781440350870
Genre : House & Home
File Size : 38.43 MB
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This book is a celebration of reclaimed wood and the beautiful range of possibilities that exists for its creative use. Through technique discussions, ideas for sourcing wood, coverage of safety concerns, detailed photographs and helpful case studies, this guide helps you plan and execute your own reclaimed wood projects. Whether you're interested in sourcing reclaimed wood for environmentally-conscious reasons or tapping into the history or story behind the wood, this guide will walk you though every aspect of using this wonderful material.
Category: House & Home

Working With Wood

Author : Tom Trimmins
ISBN : 178221741X
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
File Size : 41.15 MB
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A complete guide to producing desirable wooden objects and furniture for your home from scratch. Discover the satisfaction or making something with your own hands. 'It is more motivating to make something that you genuinely desire, to create an object that you want in your home. The things we choose to have around us say something about who we are, but things we have made ourselves do that even more strongly. I want every project in the book to be something that the reader wants to make, to work really well in use and be something that can be proudly shown to others.' This book is aimed at people who are engaged in a career, but looking to learn a physical craft to balance out their lives and make nice things for their home into the bargain. Offering a series of desirable projects that all relate to each other, use the same small collection of tools and gradually build your skills and tool collection as you progress. The projects are backed up by sections about wood, design, and tools - including fixing up old tools as this is one of my specialities. The book uses mainly hand tools as they create less mess, take up less room, are quieter and offer less potential danger than power tools. The projects range in size and skill level and are designed to made at home.
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Tools Working Wood In Eighteenth Century America

Author : James M. Gaynor
ISBN : 0879350989
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
File Size : 25.96 MB
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Sophisticated eighteenth-century tools often performed the tasks at hand with amazing effectiveness and efficiency. This case study used early tools to investigate life in colonial America and understand the handmade products so admired today.
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Exercises In Wood Working

Author : Ivin Sickels
ISBN : 9781440311062
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
File Size : 44.80 MB
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Put the Past to Work in Your Shop First printed in 1889, this book was written to educate college students in the craft and business of woodworking. Here, the original text is reprinted in its entirety, not only to help you discover late 19th-century practices in woodworking, but to help you make the most of traditional hand tools in the modern shop. As you work through a series of 39 exercises, you'll discover how to: Set up your shop and identify the tools every well-stocked hand-tool shop needs Effectively wield the most-used woodworking hand tools Use the various marketing gauges like a professional cabinetmaker Sharpen your tools - from plane blades to saw teeth Mark and cut the most-used joints in furniture making Use a frame saw (the quiet answer to the modern band saw) Make a door and drawer Install cabinet hardware including hinges and locks And more Plus, there are chapters on home building and repair of wooden fixtures, basic boat building, wood and traditional woodworking trades and more.
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

The Small Wood Shop

Author : Fine Woodworking
ISBN : 1561580619
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
File Size : 37.42 MB
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Outfitting and maintaining a shop is something every woodworker wants to know more about. They are always looking for new ways to improve their shops, and this practical book is packed with innovative ideas and projects. The subjects included in this book cover a wide range of techniques and ideas. Projects include how to make a cabinet maker's tool box, build a chop saw stand and put together an easy-to-build work bench. There is information on buying used hand tools, cutting sheet products, mobile machine bases, computers and repairing and tuning workshop machinery. Advice is also given on wiring a shop, collecting dust, using and maintaining shop equipment and running a small commercial shop. In addition, practical solutions are offered for solving a host of workshop problems.
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Wood And Wood Joints

Author : Klaus Zwerger
ISBN : 9783034612678
Genre : Architecture
File Size : 79.80 MB
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Building with wood as an ecologically viable material is a tradition with a long history. The timber architecture which has ensued over the past centuries reveals to the modern observer the depth of knowledge which has enabled both Eastern und Western cultures to use this wonderful material in such a creative way. In the most typical method of building with wood, elements are connected by using wood joints which do not require the assistance of adhesives or metal connectors. This art of wood jointing reached its zenith in Japan; but Europe too provided its share of highly influential forms. By looking at several hundred examples from Japan and 18 European countries, with a new chapter on China added to this enlarged edition, this book describes in great detail the history of timber architecture in terms of its technical, aesthetic and ecological dimensions. This thorough study is a mine of information to specialists in this field; it opens up to the craftsman of today what has become an almost forgotten world and provides a fascinating account for the general reader. „Here is a man who has trekked though the wild Carpathian forests, the Norwegian outback, the Russian steppes and obscure regions of Japan in pursuit of the wood joint. He tells the story with a sense of unfolding discovery; for anyone interested in how buildings work this book is a joy to read." the architects‘ journal
Category: Architecture