Handy format and tabbed sections for ease of use in the workshop The ultimate workshop bench reference
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Roger Cliffe has been a woodworker for the past 40 years and is author of Table Saw Techniques, Table Saw Basics and the Woodworker's Handbook.From Library Journal:
A pair of woodworking professionals deliver these two very well-written volumes in the "Workshop Bench Reference" series. Each book delivers an in-depth exploration of the particular tool mentioned in the title. Each tool is treated comprehensively, from purchase, setup, and use to maintenance and safety. In ten tabbed chapters plus a glossary, metric conversion chart, and index, the specific hardware and techniques of the tool are detailed in both clear text and profuse black-and-white illustration. The covers are designed to be "shop-proof," and the bindings are concealed spirals, which allow the books to stay open. Whether the reader would want such a volume in an active shop is, however, open to debate; these books probably work best as introductions to the tools and as technical guides to purchase rather than as step-by-step project guides--which makes them all the more suitable for libraries. Recommended for entry-level and intermediate how-to and do-it-yourself collections in all sizes of public libraries.
-Alexander Hartmann, INFOPHILE, Skokie, IL
Copyright 2000 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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