Here is the carefully
illustrated source on joinery that not simply a collectible classic,
but also a requisite and invaluable tool that withstands the test
of time, containing more useful information than any other woodworking
guide. Inside are illustrated instructions for making all kinds of
joints, from simple to complex, suitable for novices and experts.
The comprehensive list includes joints such as glued; halved; bridle;
tongued and grooved; mortise and tenon; dowelling; scarf; hinged;
shutting; dovetail and many more. Instructions specify which tools
are required (i.e., planes, gauges, saws, chisels, the try square
for testing purposes, etc.) and how to use them on each joint. Extensive
chapters on each type of joint contain precise illustrations that
make identifying joints for different purposes easy. Not a word is
wasted in this short but entirely comprehensive guide, making Woodwork
Joints the perfect aid for any joinery project.
pages, Paperback, B&W, 6" x 9", © 2013