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Joint Book

Author : Terrie Noll
ISBN : 0785822275
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
File Size : 31. 54 MB
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This hardcover book with internal spiral binding is 6.5in x 8in, a perfect size for carpenters and woodworkers to keep near their workbench or toolbox for quick access.The design of this book allows it to lay open flat, which allows for easy and frequent reference, and the interior photographs, illustrations and diagrams, make the learning process simple and fun for beginners, and provides useful tips for more advanced readers. The Joint Book contains easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions for creating edge and scarf joints, lapped and housed joints, mortise and tenon joints, miters and bevels, dovetails, dowels and biscuits, and provides detailed descriptions of fasteners, hardware, and knockdown joints. This book is the perfect companion for any woodworker interested in improving their joint-making skills.

Woodworker S Joint Book

Author : Terrie Noll
ISBN : 1845431898
Genre : Joinery
File Size : 52. 58 MB
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Getting joints right is essential to mastering good woodworking skills and skilfully made joints are often seen as the hallmark of quality woodcraft. The Woodworker's Joint Book is indispensable for all woodworkers, whether novices or more experienced. Clear, step-by-step instructions are clearly illustrated to guide you through the techniques for making the right joint for every job. All the basic joints in every joint family are featured: mortise and tenon, dovetails, miters and more, and their variations. A coloured bar along the edge of each page featured tips and trade secrets to give your work the expert touch.

The Complete Manual Of Woodworking

Author : Albert Jackson
ISBN : 9780679766117
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
File Size : 73. 86 MB
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Encompassing all facets of the woodworking craft, this detailed handbook ranges from a history of woodworking, to a discussion of the principles of design, to instruction in tools, materials, and techniques.

Classic Joints With Power Tools

Author : Yeung Chan
ISBN : 1579902790
Genre : House & Home
File Size : 89. 20 MB
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This book provides a fresh approach to forming classic joints using common shop machinery. The table saw, bandsaw, router, Hollow-chisel mortiser, drill press and biscuit jointer, in addition to plenty of shop-made jigs are included to show you how each can form perfect joints.

Encyclopedia Of Wood Joints

Author : Wolfram Graubner
ISBN : 156158004X
Genre : House & Home
File Size : 79. 80 MB
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Shows and describes splicing, oblique, corner, cross, and edge joints used in Japanese wooden construction

Good Wood Joints

Author : Albert Jackson
ISBN : 1558705392
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
File Size : 62. 67 MB
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Choose the right joint for any woodworking project by using the ingenious selection chart in this book. Then master each one by following the step-by-step instructions provided.

Wood And Wood Joints

Author : Klaus Zwerger
ISBN : 9783034612678
Genre : Architecture
File Size : 58. 29 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

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