Basic Woodworking: All the Skills and Tools You Need to Get by Cheryl Sobun, Alan Wycheck, Jim Bowman

By Cheryl Sobun, Alan Wycheck, Jim Bowman

  • A absolutely illustrated advent at hand and desktop tools
  • Detailed, step by step counsel on crucial woodworking techniques
  • Instructions for a number of whole tasks plus it covers completing, staining, and painting

    The background of woodworking spans cultures and millennia, and every 12 months increasingly more humans absorb this intriguing and tough craft. Illustrated with hundreds and hundreds of full-color photos, simple Woodworking is helping novices research the basics of operating with wooden and keep away from frustration and harm within the technique. Following a whole creation to either hand instruments and woodworking machines, the booklet publications readers step by step, from begin to end, via numerous uncomplicated projects--including a slicing board, peg shelf, and step stool--and, alongside the way in which, builds a starting place of information by means of educating the basic talents that might serve them in destiny woodworking endeavors.

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    As you cut, make certain the base of the router maintains full contact with the surface of the wood. Run the router along the guide, but don’t press it too tightly—doing so could burn or dent the wood. When the cut is complete, turn the machine off, wait for the bit to stop, and pull the tool away from the wood. 50. Move the router along the entire perimeter of the piece. The router bit’s bearing will ride along the edge of the wood. Don’t press into the wood. Keep the router base flat against the wood surface as you move the tool.

    It is also important that you use eye protection—safety goggles or safety glasses made for shop use. You should always protect your eyes from the very real possibility of flying debris caused by the use of power tools. Nearly everyone who works in a woodshop knows someone who was injured when a hand or finger came too close to a power tool, or vice versa. Good woodworkers are aware of where their hands are at all times. Fingers should always be kept at least 4 inches away from a blade or bit that has been turned on.

    18. Begin cutting the wood, following the curve of the drawn line. Maintain a distance of 1/16 inch from the line for the entire cut. 19. This finished cut should look like this. 20. Next, place the plywood template over the cut wood as shown. 21. You don’t need to draw a line—the pencil here is simply illustrating the 1/16-inch gap between the edge of the template and the edge of the wood beneath it. You will need to use a router to cut a smooth edge that follows the template’s line exactly. 22.

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