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Wood Joints: Step by Step By Anthony Hontoir

Wood Joints: Step by Step by Anthony Hontoir

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Describes in detail how most common wood joints are made, including a few of the less-well-known types, aimed at all woodworkers, in particular beginners. The 12 basic joints are each described, and every variation of any particular joint is laid out in a series of step-by-step line drawings.

Wood Joints: Step by Step Summary

Wood Joints: Step by Step by Anthony Hontoir

This reference manual describes in detail how most common wood joints are made, including a few of the less-well-known types, aimed at all woodworkers, in particular beginners. The 12 basic joints are each described, and every variation of any particular joint is laid out in a series of step-by-step line drawings. This series of steps occurs in every section, so that it can be understood without having to refer elsewhere all the time. Once the nature of this repetition becomes apparent, each joint should be seen not merely as a type all of its own, but as a relation of all the others. The book also looks at the use of traditional handtools, and in some cases machine tools are discussed. The basic woodwork joints are: butt, dowel, mitre, housing, halved, lapped, tongued and grooved, sliced, mortise and tenon, bridle, comb and dovetail.

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GOR003606516
9781852237585
1852237589
Wood Joints: Step by Step by Anthony Hontoir
Used - Very Good
Paperback
The Crowood Press Ltd
1992-12-21
128
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