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.
It took 25 years to gather the essential woodworking information in this four-book series. The books were culled from "Methods of Work, " a column in Fine Woodworking where woodworkers share concerns and offer suggestions for better craftsmanship.
Proper usage of a table saw in woodworking projects is explained in this volume, along with tips on care and maintenance. Illustrations.
About the Author
Jim Richey is a contributor for Taunton Press titles including Workshop Methods of Work.
Table of Contents
Gluing and Clamping