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SHAPER HANDBOOK - CLIFFE [LSI]

SHAPER HANDBOOK - CLIFFE [LSI]
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Hundreds of techniques are carefully explained in step by step photo-filled detail. Cliffe discusses freehand shaping, jigs and fixtures, and cutting stick joinery. Maintenance, tune-ups and trouble-shooting are covered as well as how to purchase the best shaper for your needs. A complete work on this valuable and versatile machine.

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