Joint Book

Author: Terrie Noll
Publisher: Chartwell Books
ISBN: 9780785822271
Size: 71.49 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.

The Joint Book

Author: Terrie Noll
Publisher:
ISBN:
Size: 45.69 MB
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All the knowledge woodworkers need to choose the right joint for the job. Covers every basic joint in every joint family, including a range of joint variations and helpful jigs.

The Joint Book

Author: Terrie Noll
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781877082092
Size: 38.14 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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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.

Classic Joints With Power Tools

Author: Yeung Chan
Publisher: Lark Books
ISBN: 9781579902797
Size: 50.95 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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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.

Good Wood Joints

Author: Albert Jackson
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780007139767
Size: 44.96 MB
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This is a practical reference for all people in woodworking. It contains advice on how to select and construct the best joint for the job, and step-by-step instructions for all types of joint, whether hand- or machine-cut. A chart matches each joint to its function and the toolsthat can be used to cut it and the book also indicates whether a joint is suitable for use with hardwoods, softwoods or man-made boards. Comprehensive advice and instructions are accompanied by hundreds of step-by-step drawings and photographs.

The Complete Guide To Joint Making

Author: John Bullar
Publisher: Guild of Master Craftsman Publications Limited
ISBN: 9781861088789
Size: 59.48 MB
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Joint-making – a top priority for woodworkers! Woodworkers have plenty to cheer about with The Complete Guide to Joint-Making. This comprehensive and practical book demystifies the all-important subject of choosing, designing, and cutting woodworking joints. It's packed with insightful information and tricks of the trade that will advance the work of novices and seasoned craftsmen alike. The litmus test for woodworkers. Strong, appropriate, and well-fitting joints are one of the hallmarks of the skilled woodworker. Making them properly requires intelligent planning, accurate layout, and a sufficient degree of care in cutting, fitting, and final assembly. A methodical approach that pays off. That's the approach author John Bullar pursues in this essential guide. He walks readers through choosing the appropriate joint for its intended purpose and continues methodically through constructing and finally assembling the finished pieces. He also covers lumber selection, tools, and adhesives, and offers recommendations for the working methods and habits that are needed to achieve consistently good results. Techniques for hand tools and machines. The Complete Guide to Joint-Making explains in detail the traditional hand techniques that are the foundation of woodworking. Plus, the section on machine-made joints covers every power tool needed for joints, including how to get the best results from a biscuit jointer, a router, and other power tools.

The Complete Illustrated Guide To Joinery

Author: Gary Rogowski
Publisher: Taunton Press
ISBN: 1561584010
Size: 23.80 MB
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Filled with an abundance of step-by-step color photos, an authoritative resource for making every practical woodworking joint features visual maps, in-depth visual content, tips, and techniques for all skill levels.

The Complete Manual Of Woodworking

Author: Albert Jackson
Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf
ISBN: 0679766111
Size: 68.40 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.

Encyclopedia Of Wood Joints

Author: Wolfram Graubner
Publisher: Taunton
ISBN: 9781561580040
Size: 22.61 MB
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Shows and describes splicing, oblique, corner, cross, and edge joints used in Japanese wooden construction