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David Charlesworth's (Vol. 1) Furniture-Making Techniques

David Charlesworth's (Vol. 1) Furniture-Making Techniques
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David Charlesworth, a master teacher and carpenter, has for over 20 years seen firsthand where students run into problems. Here he shows how careful preparation, in combination with well chosen and cared for tools, can get even newcomers professional results. Learn to cut joints that fit perfectly every time, as well as plain, secret, and twisted dovetails. The use of Japanese and European chisels is discussed as well as fine tuning your bench plane for astounding improvements in performance. Quite an interesting book.

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