Woodworking with Power Tools
The debate over the merits of power tools vs. hand tools has raged for years, but the bottom line is that you need both to be a successful woodworker. Machinery provides efficiency for labor-intensive tasks such as sawing and planing, whereas hand tools are used to create fine details...
In Woodworking with Power Tools, expert craftsmen and craftswomen explain how they choose, maintain, and use every kind of power tool, from table saws to plunge routers, bandsaws to bench planers. There’s advice on tool maintenance, techniques for getting the most from your tools, and projects made using power tools. With clear photographs drawings, and step-by-step instructions, Woodworking with Power Tools provides an essential resource for anyone who works wood. Softcover, 240 full color pages, ISBN: 9781641550109.
- Tune up your table saw
- Choose bandsaw blades for resawing
- Install dust collection in a small shop
- Get better cuts with your planer
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We contacted some of our woodworking friends to see how the
Covid-19 virus pandemic and quarantine might be affecting their lives. First and with utmost importance, it
goes without saying that following guidelines, staying safe, maintaining one’s
health, being aware of your surroundings, and taking care of yourself and each
other are at the top of the list. Without a unified effort in the common goal
of defeating this virus by doing our part, none of us would be able to sustain
a healthy, productive woodworking lifestyle that we have all become accustom to