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PAPERBACK EDITION This step-by-step pictorial reference covers using all the tools found in a modern woodworking shop. Organized for quick access, this book makes it easy to find exactly the technique you are looking for. Over 850 photos and drawings illustrate using hand and power tools, including choosing the right tool for the job, setting it up, and basic and special operations. Among the topics covered: •Choosing the right tool •Mastering hand-tool skills •Setting up machines •Making accurate cuts •Using jigs and fixtures About the author Lonnie Bird was a long-time contributing editor to American Woodworker and frequently contributes to Fine Woodworking. He is the author of The Shaper Book, The Bandsaw Book, The Complete Illustrated Guide to Shaping Wood and Taunton's Complete Illustrated Guide to Period Furniture Details. For many years, Lonnie Bird ran a university woodworking program. He lives in Dandridge, Tennessee, where he makes 18th-century furniture and operates a woodworking school.

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