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Wood Technology and Processes by
Publication Date: 2006-12-01
"Wood Technology & Processes" is a comprehensive woodworking text for high school that introduces basic and advanced woodworking operations with clear instructions and illustrations. Besides the "Woodworker's Handbook," and a four-color presentation of the tools and materials of the woodworker, this edition has a-new section on "Advanced Woodworking Techniques," including clamping techniques, router table techniques, face framing, use of the miniature lathe, and step-by-step instructions on how to make various kinds of joints. New projects with detailed step-by-step procedures have been added to the "Better Homes and Gardens(R) WOOD(R)" Magazine Projects at the back of the book.