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Rob Cosman

Hand-Cut Dovetails With Rob Cosman Shop Copy

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  • Rob Cosman has been woodworking for most of his life. While earning a B.Sc. in Industrial Technology/Furniture Design at Brigham Young University, he was Dr. Dale L. Nish's teaching assistant. Rob has also worked with many of the world's best craftsmen – including Alan Peters, Sam...

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    Rob Cosman has been woodworking for most of his life. While earning a B.Sc. in Industrial Technology/Furniture Design at Brigham Young University, he was Dr. Dale L. Nish's teaching assistant. Rob has also worked with many of the world's best craftsmen – including Alan Peters, Sam Maloof, Tage Frid, Monroe Robinson and Peter Korn. When it comes time to cut your own dovetails, this 84 pg. wire-bound shop copy is the perfect companion reference to help you remember the techniques and procedures from Rob Cosman's popular DVD on cutting through dovetails.
    • Learn how to cut your own dovetails
    • From the "Hand Tool Coach" Rob Cosman
    • Perfect companion reference to Cosman's popular instructional DVD "Hand-Cut Dovetails"
    • 84 pages, wire-bound

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    The art of hand-cut dovetails has become a race against time as Frank Klausz and Mike Siemsen went saw to saw at Woodworking in America.  We won’t bore you with the verbal details as the entertainment comes from the boys and their woodworking toys with some added music provided by Mike Siemsen in the first video.  Frank wins the competition in what appears to be approximately 2 minutes and 35 seconds.

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