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Woodworking Techniques - Ingenious Solutions & Time-Saving Secrets - cover

Woodworking Techniques - Ingenious Solutions & Time-Saving Secrets

Woodworker's Journal Woodworker's Journal

Publisher: Fox Chapel Publishing

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Offering 29 tried-and-true woodworking techniques from the professionals at Woodworker's Journal, this detailed guide explores everything from the basics of squaring stock and sharpening tools to the intricacies of veneering a drawer face, making this a suitable collection for both beginning woodworkers looking to learn a new skill set and experienced workers who wish to improve their techniques.

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