Joining Wood: Techniques for Better Woodworking By Nick Engler
Rodale Pr | 1992 | English | 124 pages | PDF | 27MB
Possibly the most important task in woodworking is joinery – attaching one board to another. It can also be a thoroughly confusing task. There are countless woodworking joints – rabbets, dadoes, dovetails, mortises and tenons – which do you choose? How do you make it? In Joining Wood, author/craftsman Nick Engler simplifies this complex subject, showing how master woodworkers use good sense and a few elementary rules of thumb to produce strong, durable designs. He also demonstrates how to make dozens of popular woodworking joints, from a simple miter to an elegant through dovetail, using just five basic cuts!
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