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Bill Hylton's Ultimate Guide to the Router Table by Bill Hylton

Book description
The router table opens up a whole new world of using the router that simply can't be done using it freehand. Ultimate Guide to the Router Table starts by giving the reader the option of building their own router table (with plans) or buying a manufactured table (with suggestions on what to look for when buying). In either case, this book gives the woodworker all the information they need to use their router table. Basic router-table knowledge is covered in the first chapter: safety issues, setup fundamentals, feed direction and workpiece control. The next chapters cover specific operations unique to the router table. The woodworker is not only how to do an operation, but why to do it in the way explained (and the pitfalls of trying to do it another way). Sidebars and tip boxes will highlight appropriate router bit choices, details on how to construct jigs that can be used in conjunction with the router table and other essential information. Illustrations and close-up photos show procedures clearly. *A router is mounted under a table with the business end of the router protruding up through a hole in the table. This enables the user to perform tasks that can't be done with the router hand held. Operations such as edge profiling, making mouldings, cutting lock-miter joints, box joints, rabbets, grooves, splined miters, using templates, pin routing and more can be done using a router table

Paperback: 128 pages.
Publisher: Popular Woodworking Books (July 17, 2007)
Language: English

 

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Cutting Edge Router Tips & Tricks. How to Get the Most Out of Your Router (Cutting Edge) by Jim Stack

Book description
Jigs and fixtures are an essential part of any woodworker's shop, but few books demonstrate how to use them in the most effective manner. Cutting Edge Router Tips and Tricks addresses this need. Readers will first learn how to build 20 jigs and fixtures for their router by following step-by-step photos and text, then be shown how to utilize them with three simple projects that can be completed with only basic woodworking tools. Woodworkers, hobbyists, and furniture makers will gain a whole new understanding of how they can use jigs and fixtures to create sturdy, attractive pieces of which they will be proud.

Paperback: 128 pages.
Publisher: Popular Woodworking Books (January 2005)
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Jigs & Fixtures for the Table Saw & Router. Get the Most from Your Tools with Shop Projects from Woodworking's Top Experts (The Best of Woodworker's Journal series) by Editors of Woodworker's Journal

Book description
Designed to make complicated woodworking techniques easier, faster, and safer, this collection is filled with 25 projects selected from the pages of Woodworker's Journal, and includes tips to help woodworkers make the most of both their machinery and their time. Focusing on techniques applicable for table saws and routers, this book is filled with innovative projects, each including detailed plans, full-color photography, and the expert instruction needed to build with confidence. Projects include precision cross-cut jig for the table saw, circle cutting jig for the router, and adjustable box joint jig for the table saw, among others. In this essential reference guide are helpful shop tips and other practical woodworking information.

Paperback: 152 pages.
Publisher: Fox Chapel Publishing (April 1, 2007)
Language: English

 

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Popular Mechanics Workshop. Jointer & Planer Fundamentals. The Complete Guide (Popular Mechanics Workshop) by Rick Peters, The Editors of Popular Mechanics

Book description
It happens all the time: woodworkers proudly survey their handiwork only to discover gaps in the glue joints and between parts. The solution? This comprehensive guide. It delves into every aspect of each tool—basic anatomy, features, motor sizes, dust ports, maximum cut, and more. Check out bench-top, stationary, and portable models of each; accessories, such as push sticks and knife-sharpening jigs; and all the must-know techniques, including face and edge jointing and staggered cut planing. There are advanced procedures, too—from rabetting and tapering a post to ganged cuts and molding—as well as fixtures to make, maintenance and repair advice, and exciting projects.

Paperback: 192 pages.
Publisher: Hearst (April 1, 2007)
Language: English

 

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Power in Woodwork by Gordon Stokes

Book description

: 128 pages.
Publisher: Model and Allied Publications
Language: English

 

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Router Jigs & Techniques by Patrick Spielman

Book description
Hundreds of before-you-buy tips and how-to-use techniques for dozens of jigs, bits, aids, and devices, with 800 photos and draftsman drawings. Includes dozens ofjig inventions. Bonus: plans for the ultimate router table. "The latest in router usage and technology...neatly illustrated."--Booklist. "The best...a gold-mine."--Popular Woodworking. 383 pages, 800 b/w illus.

Paperback: 383 pages.
Publisher: Sterling (January 1, 1988)
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Router Joinery by Gary Rogowski

Book description
I've looked around for a good book that explains how to make joints with a router. The others I've seen do not explain the whys and hows as well as this book does. There are pictures and very good drawings. One of the things I like most about this book is that it explains clearly the mechanics of jointery; why should you choose this joint for this application and the strengths and weaknesses. It explains about how wood expands and contracts to effect the joint.

Hardcover: 192 pages.
Publisher: Taunton (September 1, 1997)
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Router Joinery Workshop. Common Joints, Simple Setups & Clever Jigs by Carol Reed

Book description
[Will] help the amateur choose and use a router....The photography is excellent. Reed has created an outstanding guide to the router that will appeal to both beginning and experienced woodworkers. ...This title is among the best on the subject and should be considered by all public libraries. About the Author Carol Reed has been teaching woodworking to students for over two decades. Carol travels the country giving workshops and seminars on woodworking, focusing on her specialty: routers, and the incredible amount of woodworking you can do with them. In her own woodworking, Carol specializes in ecclesiastical furniture. She lives and works in southern California.

Paperback: 160 pages.
Publisher: Lark Books; 1st edition (May 28, 2003)
Language: English

 

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Router Magic by Bill Hylton

Book description
With a handful of standard bits and extraordinary jigs, fixtures, and techniques, this book shows everything from planing boards to making fluted dowels, crafting flawless cope-and-stick joints, and creating amazing spiral-beaded columns and finials.

Paperback: 312 pages.
Publisher: Readers Digest (March 15, 1999)
Language: English

 

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Router Magic by Bill Hylton

Book description
With a handful of standard bits and extraordinary jigs, fixtures, and techniques, this book shows everything from planing boards to making fluted dowels, crafting flawless cope-and-stick joints, and creating amazing spiral-beaded columns and finials.

Paperback: 319 pages.
Publisher: Guild of Master Craftsman Publications Ltd (July 1, 1999
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Router Techinques. An In Depth Guide to Using Your Router (Weekend Woodworker) by Creative Publishing international

Book description
Readers will learn about the different types of router available from lightweight laminate trimmers to beefy models capable of ripping lumber stock to size.

Paperback: 128 pages.
Publisher: Creative Publishing international (July 1, 2004)
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Taunton's Complete Illustrated Guide to Routers by Lonnie Bird

Book description
This book, in the "Complete Illustrated Guide" format covers one of the most popular tools in woodworking and home improvement in a step-by-step, highly visual presentation. The router is so popular because it can do an amazing variety of tasks. Bits and cutters can shape hundreds of profiles for edge treatments and moldings. Routers (especially the plunge type) can cut joinery from simple tongue and groove to interlocking and decorative joints. Mounted under a flat surface and guided by a fence, the router becomes a versatile shaping machine capable of safely spinning large bits for making large moldings and raising panels as well as more accurate joinery and shaping operations. Router users have developed hundreds of clever jigs for repetitive and dedicated operations. New bits, accessories, and enhancements for the router are constantly under development extending the use of this machine even further. This book covers all the practical router techniques as well as router table choice, construction and use and the techniques for popular jigs and fixtures.

Paperback: 204 pages.
Publisher: Taunton (October 3, 2006)
Language: English

 

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Tecnología de la madera y el mueble by Wolfgang Nutsch

Book description
Este libro de texto es una obra valiosa para la enseñanza en las escuelas de formación profesional, en los lugares de prácticas y también en las escuelas de maestría y técnica. Al profesional en activo le sirve también como fuente abundante de información. Es también apropiado para estudiarlo a solas y con su índice alfabético como prontuario de consulta, se pueden encontrar respuesta a las dudas técnicas.El texto es de fácil comprensión, resumido y limitado a lo esencial. Numerosas figuras, la mayor parte de ellas dibujos lineales, y tablas informativas apoyan y complementan las explicaciones teóricas. En el texto y en los dibujos se tienen presentes las normas vigentes del momento y las prescripciones principales contra accidentes en carpintería. A cada sección le siguen unas preguntas de repaso que sirven para autoexaminarse y aumentar con ello el seguimiento del estudio.

Rústica: 536 pages.
Publisher: Editorial Reverté
Language: Castellano

 

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The Complete New Router Book For Woodworkers. Essential Skills, Techniques & Tips by Chris Marshall

Book description
The Complete New Router Book For Woodworkers: Essential Skills, Techniques And Tips by woodworking expert Chris Marshall is an insightful and informative collection of basic information and do-it-yourself projects for the innovative woodworking tool called the router. Expertly guiding its readers in the manifold uses of the router through the intricate art of router woodworking and carpentry craftsmanship, The Complete New Router Book For Woodworkers includes practical, "user friendly", illustrated instructions ranging from router selection, safety and maintenance, bits, stules, features and uses, template routing, building joinery, table options and table techniques. With a text enhanced with the inclusion of more than 740 photos and line drawn illustrations, even the most novice woodworking can carry through any one of the ten projects showcased with step-by-step directions. A quite remarkable guide through all the necessary skills, machine analysis, production issues, and project requirements, The Complete New Router Book For Woodworkers is very strongly recommended for weekend hobbyists and do-it-yourself woodworking enthusiasts.

Paperback: 320 pages.
Publisher: Landauer Corporation (March 30, 2006)
Language: English

 

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The Router Book. A Complete Guide to the Machine and its Accessories by Pat Warner

Book description
There is no more complete guide to the most versatile tool in the woodworker's shop than this book. The Router Book covers it all -- from the tool's wide range of uses to tips for maintaining it in the best condition. Router expert Pat Warner sorts through the great variety of tools on the market and offers sound, practical advice on choosing the right router for every woodworker's needs. Ideal for anyone who owns, or is thinking of buying, a router, this book covers bits, accessories, and a wide variety of routers, and surveys the router's many uses -- from edgework to cutting joinery.

Paperback: 192 pages.
Publisher: Taunton (September 1, 2001)
Language:

 

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The Router Table Book by Ernie Conover

Book description
I am rather disappointed by this book. The information provided is quite rudimentary. Much of the book is dedicated to the building of a router table (a particular design). So if you are looking to buy a commericial table, don't expect to find any help here. In the routers sections, it fails to actually recommend particular routers that are good for router table use - by writing just in general terms instead of citing specific routers manufacturers. The book lacks in going in depth on the various techniques on using the router table.

Paperback: 144 pages.
Publisher: Taunton (November 1, 1994)
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Woodwork with Router (Reader's Digest Woodworking) by Bill Hylton

Book description
This book is a process-oriented benchtop reference that provides the latest, most practical information on how to use the router, America's most popular, most versatile woodworking power tool.

Paperback: 344 pages.
Publisher: Readers Digest (December 1, 1998)
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Woodworking with the Router. Revised & Updated Professional Router Techniques and Jigs Any Woodworker Can Use by Bill Hylton

Book description
In the revised version of the most definitive router technique and information book, Bill Hylton has out done himself. Written in a conversational and friendly tone, he gives you all the lessons you need to get the most enjoyment and precision out of the most versatile tool in your workshop. There are more pictures, and they are in color.

Hardcover: 344 pages.
Publisher: Readers Digest; Rev Upd edition (June 1, 2006)
Language: English

 

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Working with Routers (New Best of Fine Woodworking) by Fine Woodworking Editors (Editor)

Book description
Working with Routers shows how to get the best from the most versatile tool in the shop - making moldings and edge treatments, cutting joinery, milling wood, and a host of other practical shop applications. The book also shows how to save time by using templates to make the same parts consistently.

Paperback: 160 pages.
Publisher: Taunton (February 15, 2004)
Language: English

 

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