Synopses & Reviews
Woodworkers are always on the lookout for clever tips or new twists on techniques. That’s why Fine Woodworking magazine has such broad appeal; every issue is filled with expert advice on how to become better at the craft. This book brings together nearly 350 shop-tested tips — from storage solutions and surface preparation; to milling lumber and power-tool strategies; to insights into clamping, gluing, sharpening, finishing, and more. This collection of great woodworking ideas is sure to become a quintessential reference book.
The best tips from 25 years of Fine Woodworking magazine.
New from The Taunton Press, a set of four books of the best tips from the "Methods of Work" column at Fine Woodworking magazine
Since 1976 Jim Richey has written the "Methods of Work" column, in which readers share approaches to woodworking problems or ask for help, and he responds with clear, simply illustrated explanations. Sampling literally tens of thousands of reader submissions, this series, edited by Richey, features the best advice from 25 years of Fine Woodworking.
Including tips from "25 Years of Fine Woodworking", Richey includes information on the proper use of routers in this volume. Illustrations.
About the Author
Jim Richey is a contributor for Taunton Press titles including Workshop Methods of Work.
Table of Contents
Gluing and Clamping