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Beyond Basic Turning

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by Jack CoxCox covers design and techniques for producing fine pieces of turned woodwork using off center and segmented methods, coopering and laminating. Over 350 drawings and photos illustrate...

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by Jack Cox




Cox covers design and techniques for producing fine pieces of turned woodwork using off center and segmented methods, coopering and laminating. Over 350 drawings and photos illustrate the procedures and show finished work. The author has included exercise pieces to acquaint the reader with basic skills and problems which may arise before attempting any of the dozen or so project pieces.

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