The Complete Illustrated Guide to Joinery

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There's no more thorough and readable guide to joinery than this new book from expert woodworker Gary Rogowski. The Complete Illustrated Guide to Joinery uses full-color, step-by-step photo essays to show you how to make every practical woodworking joint. Over 1,400 color photos and drawings illustrate the methods, from simple butt joints to angled tenons and complex scarf joints. A project as simple as a box, for example, has a dozen ways to solve the joinery question. And, since many joints can be used ...

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GlennS

Jan 7, 2010

Read it straight through

The author starts with basic concepts of tools and their uses. Later information will have keynotes that refer back to the basics. If you forget a term or what to do, the keynote will take you back quickly. All woodworkers have individual situations related to equipment and skillsets. The sheer number of alternate ways to make a joint are clearly illustrated and the photos are very clear giving you a way to make the joint with your equipment.. Follow the suggestions and turn out good joints. Useful for the beginner and a "must have" reference work for the more experienced craftsman. I have read the book straight through and keep within arm's reach. I find something useful each time I pick it up.

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