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507 Mechanical Movements. Mechanisms and Devices (Dover Science Books) by Henry T. BrownPaperback

Book description

Paperback: 128 pages.
Publisher: Dover Publications (August 15, 2005)
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ALREDEDOR DE LAS MAQUINAS HERRAMIENTA (3ª ED.) by GERLING, HEINRICH

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: 288 pages.
Publisher: EDITORIAL REVERTE SA
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Benchtop Router Table. Woodworking Plan [DOWNLOAD. PDF] (Digital) by the editors of by WOOD Magazine (Designer)

Book description
Why this project belongs in your shop

You can put it together in a weekend for less than $100 plus the cost of your own wood.

Its fence adjusts in a flash and locks into T-slotted mini-tracks with the quick twist of two knobs.

A mini-track built into the fence makes for lightening-fast and solid positioning of homemade feather boards and a bit guard. Insert-plate levelers ensure a perfectly aligned tabletop.

It's easily portable, weighing only 36 pounds (without router), and you can grip the the tabletop edges for comfortable carrying. To provide you with a clear picture of what you'll receive when you purchase one of our shop-built downloadable plans, we've provided a brief summary of all the elements that this electronic plan includes:
1. Professional color photography of the finished product taken after we've finished building the project ourselves in the WOOD(r) magazine shop. You can even zoom in on the screen to see those little details.
2. For a clear idea of how our projects go together, we provide an exploded-view drawing with helpful details. All drawings are done professionally by our own staff off woodworkers/illustrators.
3. Large color photos and step-by-step instructions show exactly how we built the project in the WOOD(r) magazine shop. We build each project ourselves to work out any bugs before you ever get the plan.
4. Detail drawings and step-by-step illustrations provide necessary dimensions and machining processes you'll need to make the building process as straightforward as possible.
5. For error free construction, each plan includes a bill of materials; a cutting diagram; a detailed supplies listing; and, when necessary, a mail-order buying guide for hard-to-find hardware.
6. Parts-view drawings are used to dimension individual pieces to guarantee your building success.

: 15 pages.
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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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Build a Plastic Injection Molding Attachment for a Drill Press by Vincent R Gingery

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Paperback: 48 pages.
Publisher: David J. Gingery Publishing; First edition (February 9, 2007)
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Build a Universal Coil Winding Machine by David J. Gingery

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Publisher: David J Gingery Publishing (1994)
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Build Your Own Router Tables by John McPherson

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To get the most from your router, you need a versatile router table that works. In Build Your Own Router Tables, expert woodworker John McPherson shows you how to design and build three different router tables, each serving the needs of different types of woodworking. The portable job-site table, the shop table, and the contractor's table are proven router table designs field- tested extensively by the author. Step-by-step drawings and photographs show you exactly how to make your own personal router table right the first time, and what must be done to make each design work with the router you own. And rest assured, once you've built your router table (whether a large, do-everything contractor's table or a small, versatile bench-top model), McPherson is ready to help you customize it with specialty fences, jigs and fixtures to suit any routing application. Build Your Own Router Tables leaves nothing unexplained. You'll quickly learn how to build, equip and use router tables safely and effectively. And you'll get a personal, step-by-step walk-through on how to design, plan and build the right router table for you. Every page is peppered with information that could take you years to learn on your own. With Build Your Own Router Tables, you'll fast acquire the knowledge and confidence to build tables that add depth and precision to your router... and beauty to your work.

Paperback: 160 pages.
Publisher: Popular Woodworking Books (March 1997)
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CNC Robotics. Build Your Own Workshop Bot by Geoff Williams

Book description
CNC Robotics gives you step-by-step, illustrated directions for designing, constructing, and testing a fully functional CNC robot that saves you 80 percent of the price of an off-the-shelf bot--and that can be customized to suit your purposes exactly, because you designed it. Written by an accomplished workshop bot designer/builder, this book gives you: * Start-to-finish illustrated instructions * Guidance on installing easy-to-understand Windows software for controlling your bot * Plenty of time-saving tips, tricks, and pictorial help along the way * Scaling and customizing instructions for building just the robot that you want * Sources for easily obtained parts * A complete course in workshop bot design and construction, perfect for courses or industry

Paperback: 311 pages.
Publisher: McGraw-Hill/TAB Electronics; 1 edition (May 8, 2003)
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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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DEWALT Electric Motor Professional Reference (Dewalt Trade Reference Series) by Paul Rosenberg

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Paperback: 384 pages.
Publisher: DEWALT; 1 edition (November 1, 2005)
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Dividing (Workshop Practice) by Harold Hall

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Paperback: 104 pages.
Publisher: Trans-Atlantic Publications, Inc. (September 30, 2005)
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Fine Woodworking On Proven Shop Tips - Selections From Methods Of Work by Jim, Editor Richey

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Paperback: pages.
Publisher: Taunton Press (1987)
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Five Hundred and Seven Mechanical Movements. Embracing All Those Which Are Most Important in Dynamics, Hydraulics, Hydrostatics, Pseumatics, Steam en by Henry T. Brown

Book description
Over five hundred simple mechanical movements from America's first one hundred years of the Industrial Revolution. For those who share an interest in mechanical things, this book is addictive. Through the use of simplified, concise drawings, here are 507 of the small components which make up complex machinery in areas as diverse as C.R. Otis's safety stop for the elevator, Pickering's governor for a steam engine, Arnold's escapement for watches, compound parallel rules, piston rod guides, the grasshopper beam engine and a self recording level for surveyors. The list goes on and on in fascinating variety, with each movement explained and illustrated.

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Fundamentals of Press Tool Design by William Francis Walker

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: pages.
Publisher: Lockwood (1955)
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Getting the Most Out of Your Lathe, Wood Turning, Metal Turning, Metal Spinning by Sam Brown

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Paperback: pages.
Publisher: Delta Manufacturing (1935)
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Home Machinists Handbook by Doug Briney

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Here's everything the do-it-yourselfer needs to set up, and operate a handy-man's machine shop. Areas covered range from shop requirements and proper lighting to buying, using, and storing tools.

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Hot Rodder's Bible. The Ultimate Guide to Building Your Dream Machine (Motorbooks Workshop) by Steve Hendrickson

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The Ultimate Guide to Building Your Dream Machine. One-stop volume provides a wealth of information to help aspiring hot rodders get started in the hobby.

Paperback: 288 pages.
Publisher: Motorbooks
Language: English

 

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How to Build a Pipe Bending Machine by Vincent R. Gingery

Book description
Bending a piece of pipe is often easy enough, but the real challenge is in bending it to a nice even radius without kinking or flattening it at the bend. To achieve consistent and professional results you need a pipe bending machine and that is what this book is about. Here you will get step-by-step instruction showing how to construct a very simple machine capable of bending a radius in pipe to any desired angle of from 0 to 180 degrees. And with the proper dies, solid round rod, flat bar, and square tubing can be formed as well. The frame of the machine is build entirely from easy to find, 1/4” x 2” h.r.s. flat bar. Other things you will need are a welder to assemble the frame, a few common hand tools, a drill press, jig saw and a few nuts and bolts that are easily found at the hardware store. You will discover how easy it is to construct bending dies made of hardwood. And you will be amazed to see how well they perform. Dies can be made to bend any size pipe you might want up to the 1” diameter capacity of the machine. Need a larger capacity? Consider scaling up the design and building the machine from heavier material. Build a pipe bender today and discover what a little leverage and a couple of bending dies can do for you. It’s a simple design and an easy project to build. The end result is a compact, attractive machine that mounts nicely at the end of your work bench.

Paperback: 48 pages.
Publisher: David J. Gingery Publishing LLC; 1st edition (August 1998)
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How to Build a Slip Roll Machine by Vincent R Gingery

Book description

Paperback: 40 pages.
Publisher: V.R. Gingery; 1st edition (1993)
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Identifying Wood. Accurate Results with Simple Tools by R. Bruce Hoadley

Book description

Hardcover: 240 pages.
Publisher: Taunton; First edition edition
Language: English

 

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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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Lathe design for high and low speed steels. A treatise on the kinematical and dynamical principles governing the construction of metal turning lathes, ... of a tool and many examples from practice by John Thomas Nicolson

Book description

Unknown Binding: pages.
Publisher: Longmans, Green, and Co (1911)
Language: English

 

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L'Encyclopédie. Art De Charpente. (Recueil de Planches, sur les sciences, les arts liberaux, et les arts mechaniques, avec leur explication.) by Denis Diderot & Jean D'Alembert

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Paperback: 80 pages.
Publisher: Art Stock (May 2002)
Language: Français

 

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Lutherie Tools by Tim Olsen & Cyndy Burton

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Lutherie Woods and Steel String Guitars. A Guide to Tonewoods With a Compilaition of Repair & Construction Techniques by Tim Olsen, Cyndy Burton

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Hardcover: pages.
Publisher: Guild of Amer Luthiers (January 1998)
Language: English

 

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Machine shop Practice Vol. 1 (Machine Shop Practice) by Karl Moltrecht

Book description
Includes over 760 illustrations and 70 tables in two volumes. Offers sections on numerical control; grinding wheels (that includes the newest abrasive materials); single point cutting tools and tool wear; basic drilling machine setups; and formulas for estimating the power required for planing. Provides detailed discussions on methods of setting up the workpiece on milling machines, horizontal boring machines, planers and shapers.

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Machine Shop Trade Secrets. A Guide to Manufacturing Machine Shop Practices by James Harvey

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Paperback: 320 pages.
Publisher: Industrial Press, Inc. (December 15, 2005)
Language: English

 

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Machine Shop Training Course, Vol. 2 (Machine Shop Training Course) by Franklin Jones

Book description
Covers fundamental principles; methods of adjusting and using different types of machine tools - with typical examples of: work-measuring instruments and gauges cutting screw threads by different processes thread grinding gear cutting precision toolmaking methods typical shop problems with solutions miscellaneous facts relating to the art of machine construction and much, much more

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Making and Mastering Wood Planes by David Finck

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The latest edition of this highly regarded instructional manual. See the great reader reviews posted for the previous editions. With this book and a weekend of your time you can make a plane and learn to use it effectively. You'll also discover a wealth of general woodworking tips and acquire a solid grounding in many fundamentals of fine woodworking. Now in its third printing, "Making and Mastering Wood Planes" by master craftsman David Finck is the definitive book in the field and a classic introduction to the art of fine woodworking. Reviews: ". . . the best book available on making and using Krenov-style wooden planes. Finck's advice on construction and planing techniques is a woodworking education in itself. He also provides excellent insights and instructions on tools, power-tool techniques, jigs and the theories underlying the process of planemaking. A clearly written and far-ranging treatise." -- Ellis Walentine Webmaster & Host, WoodCentral "Essential reading for anyone with an interest in handplanes. I wore out my first copy." -- Christopher Schwarz, Editor, "Popular Woodworking" and "Woodworking Magazine."

: 192 pages.
Publisher: Hickory Ridge Press; Revised Edition edition (2009)
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Mechanisms and Mechanical Devices Sourcebook by Neil Sclater, Nicholas Chironis

Book description
The fourth edition of this invention-inspiring engineering resource covers the past, present, and future of mechanisms and mechanical devices. You'll find drawings and descriptions of more than 2000 components that have proven themselves over time and can be incorporated into the very latest mechanical, electromechanical, and mechatronic products and systems. Overviews of robotics, rapid prototyping, MEMS, and nanotechnology, along with tutorial chapters on the basics of mechanisms and motion control, will bring you up-to-speed quickly on these cutting-edge topics.. Comprehensive index to speed your search for topics of interest. Glossaries of terms for gears, cams, mechanisms, and robotics. New industrial robot specifications and applications. Coverage of mobile robots for exploration, scientific research, and defense

Hardcover: 512 pages.
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional; 4 edition (December 11, 2006)
Language: English

 

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Metal spinning. Types of spinning rolls and chucks used--examples of outside, inside, and offset spinning, (Machinery's yellowback series) by Edward Heller

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Unknown Binding: 22 pages.
Publisher: Machinery (1935)
Language: English

 

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Metal Turning Lathes, Their Design, Application and Operation by Edgar T. Westbury

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Hardcover: pages.
Publisher: Model & Allied Publication (1970)
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Modern Electroplating by Mordechay Schlesinger, Milan Paunovic (The Electrochemical Society)

Book description
The definitive resource for electroplating, now completely up to date With advances in information-age technologies, the field of electroplating has seen dramatic growth in the decade since the previous edition of Modern Electroplating was published. This expanded new edition addresses these developments, providing a comprehensive, one-stop reference to the latest methods and applications of electroplating of metals, alloys, semiconductors, and conductive polymers. With special emphasis on electroplating and electrochemical plating in nanotechnologies, data storage, and medical applications, the Fifth Edition boasts vast amounts of new and revised material, unmatched in breadth and depth by any other book on the subject. It includes: •Easily accessible, self-contained contributions by over thirty experts •Five completely new chapters and hundreds of additional pages •A cutting-edge look at applications in nanoelectronics •Coverage of the formation of nanoclusters and quantum dots using scanning tunneling microscopy (STM) •An important discussion of the physical properties of metal thin films •Chapters devoted to methods, tools, control, and environmental issues •And much more A must-have for anyone in electroplating, including technicians, platers, plating researchers, and metal finishers, Modern Electroplating, Fifth Edition is also an excellent reference for electrical engineers and researchers in the automotive, data storage, and medical industries.

: 736 pages.
Publisher: A John Wiley & Sons
Language: English

 

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Oficios tracicionales IV by Carmelo Urdangarín

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Publisher: Gipuzkoako Foru Aldundia (18 de abril de 2000)
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Oficios tracicionales IX by Carmelo Urdangarín

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Publisher: Gipuzkoako Foru Aldundia (13 de julio de 2005)
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Oficios tracicionales V by Carmelo Urdangarín

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Publisher: Gipuzkoako Foru Aldundia (26 de abril de 2001)
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Oficios tracicionales VI by Carmelo Urdangarín

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Publisher: Gipuzkoako Foru Aldundia (18 de abril de 2002)
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Oficios tracicionales VII by Carmelo Urdangarín

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Publisher: Gipuzkoako Foru Aldundia (14 de abril de 2003)
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Oficios tracicionales VIII by Carmelo Urdangarín

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Publisher: Gipuzkoako Foru Aldundia (31 de mayo de 2004)
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Oficios tracicionales X by Carmelo Urdangarín

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Publisher: Gipuzkoako Foru Aldundia (17 de octubre de 2006)
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Oficios tracicionales XI by Carmelo Urdangarín

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Publisher: Gipuzkoako Foru Aldundia (22 de abril de 2008)
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Popular Mechanics Workshop Band Saw Fundamentals (Popular Mechanics Workshop) by Rick Peters

Book description
I've used bandsaws in my youth but just recently purchased a 19 inch General Bandsaw and wanted a good reference book. I reviewed several titles and was dissapointed after purchasing books reviewers described as "must have". Several books I read had missing text and poor organization with antiquated information. I was advised by a friend to purchase the Popular Mechanics Workshop series, and did. This is a very well written book describing the pros and cons of different machines, purchasing guidelines, machine set-up, maintenance & tuning, blade selection guidelines, educational projects to build your expertise and jigs to enhance your machine. All-in-all a very good book with only a few editing errors, unlike some other band saw books I've read. I liked this book so much I purchased the miter saw and table saw books.

Paperback: 192 pages.
Publisher: Hearst Books (May 2006)
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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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Popular Mechanics Workshop. Miter Saw Fundamentals. The Complete Guide (Popular Mechanics Workshop) by Rick Peters, The Editors of Popular Mechanics

Book description
Woodworkers trust Popular Mechanics to give them the information they need—and the Workshop series, written by respected DIY author Rick Peters, has proven invaluable. Each title covers a single tool in depth, with photos and exploded views, instructions, charts, and sidebars. This new entry covers the popular miter saw—a relatively new piece of equipment that has become a must-have on every job site and woodworking shop. That’s no surprise: it covers a wide variety of tasks with great precision. Peters helps woodworkers identify which saws and accessories best fit their needs; teaches basic and advanced techniques; and shows how to make jigs and fixtures that expand the tool’s capabilities. Attractive projects include a simple desk frame, beveled tray, and end table.

Paperback: 192 pages.
Publisher: Hearst (October 28, 2006)
Language: English

 

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Popular Mechanics Workshop. Router Fundamentals. The Complete Guide (Popular Mechanics Workshop) by Rick Peters

Book description
This is the manual you wish had come with your new router, done in the easy-to-follow and comprehensive Popular Mechanics style. As always, the magazine’s experts put all the necessary information at readers’ fingertips, with loads of sidebars and plenty of color illustrations. There’s detailed, exhaustive information on how to use the router, including a variety of handheld and table-mounted techniques, what accessories are available (and how to use them, too), plans for shop-made jigs and fixtures, maintenance and troubleshooting guidelines, and even a couple of projects for getting acquainted with the tool. And, for those who haven’t yet purchased their router, the advice on selecting a model will help them make the right choice.

Paperback: 192 pages.
Publisher: Hearst (September 1, 2004)
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Popular Mechanics Workshop. Table Saw Fundamentals. The Complete Guide (Popular Mechanics Workshop) by Rick Peters

Book description
The table saw is the single tool that turns the hobbyist into a real woodworker, capable of handling a range of challenging jobs. With expert advice, color photos, drawings, and exploded diagrams, Popular Mechanics reveals exactly what this all-important piece of equipment can do. This invaluable and instructive manual covers it all: cutting wood to precise dimension; making simple joints such as grooves, dadoes, rabbets, and miters; crafting jigs and fixtures; and doing advanced techniques, from molding to resawing. It even provides a visual "anatomy" of the many types of available table saws, along with guidance on maintenance and troubleshooting. A series of great projects includes Demilune Table, Bookcase, Blanket Chest, and Wall-Hung Tool Cabinet. A Main Selection of the F&W Book Clubs.

Paperback: pages.
Publisher: Hearst (May 1, 2005)
Language: English

 

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Power in Woodwork by Gordon Stokes

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

 

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Programming of Computer Numerically Controlled Machines by John Polywka, Stanley Gabrel

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Provides detailed descriptions of all program functions. Illustrates each programming function with practical applications. Offers a wide range of information about the selection of tools, cutting speeds, and the technology of machining.

Paperback: 288 pages.
Publisher: Industrial Press Inc.
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 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 Magic by Bill Hylton

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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 Techinques. An In Depth Guide to Using Your Router (Weekend Woodworker) by Creative Publishing international

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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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Secrets of Building a Plastic Injection Molding Machine by Vincent R Gingery

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Paperback: 127 pages.
Publisher: David J Gingery; 1st edition (October 1997)
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Taunton's Complete Illustrated Guide to Jigs & Fixtures (Complete Illustrated Guides) by Sandor Nagyszalanczy

Book description
This book, in the 'Complete Illustrated Guide” format covers jigs and fixtures, a subject of perennial interest to woodworkers. Jigs are like clamps. As the saying goes, 'You can never have enough of them.” Jigs, simply put, are devices, sometimes shop-made but now often available commercially to enable woodworkers to do something more than once. For example, some jigs are fences that ensure straight cuts or templates capable of guiding tools to create a certain shape time after time. Woodworkers love jigs and fixtures for the same reason they are drawn to woodworking–designing them is about figuring out how to do something. All woodworkers are secretly engineers and inventors, and jig design and construction is a way to indulge that need. Some woodworkers love jig-making so much, they never build anything but. Simple or elaborate, jigs are an essential part of woodworking. This book, authored by prominent woodworking author, Sandor Nagyszalanczy, is organized like his successful 1994 book Workshop Jigs and Fixtures, according to function. This approach allows woodworkers to either build the jig exactly as shown or modify it to suit a wide variety of purposes. (Another thing woodworkers like is having choices.)

Hardcover: 272 pages.
Publisher: Taunton (March 21, 2006)
Language: English

 

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Taunton's Complete Illustrated Guide to Using Woodworking Tools (Complete Illustrated Guide) by Lonnie Bird

Book description
The author of The Shaper Book, The Band Saw Book, and The Complete Illustrated Guide to Shaping Wood, Lonnie Bird now brings us Taunton's Complete Illustrated Guide to Using Woodworking Tools. Here the reader is given a step-by-step guide that covers the essential techniques for using hand and power tools. Along with over 900 color photographs and illustrations, a correct set-up, safe use of machines, and skillful use of hand tools is also included.

Hardcover: 288 pages.
Publisher: Taunton (September 18, 2004)
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The Bandsaw Book by Lonnie Bird

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The bandsaw is one of the most widely used woodworking tools, found in 3 out 4 home and professional workshops. Although deceptively simple - a steel blade rotating around two rubber-clad wheels, the bandsaw does its best work when it's tuned properly. Unfortunately, most owner's manuals provided by tool manufacturers are difficult to understand, and the drawings and photos are unclear. In this book, professional woodworker Lonnie Bird gives all the information bandsaw owners wished came in the owner's manual plus much more - what to look for when buying a bandsaw and how to tune it up for optimal performance. The information is presented in an accessible, easy-to-understand way, making this a quick reference as well as comprehensive handbook. All the information is up-to-date and thoroughly researched. Excellent color photos by the author and a clean, friendly layout gives this book on a classic woodworking subject a fresh modern look. This clearly illustrated and photographed volume will quickly become the standard reference and is a must-have title for any woodworker

Paperback: 208 pages.
Publisher: Taunton (October 1, 1999)
Language: English

 

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The Boy Mechanic. 200 Classic Things to Build by

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Hardcover: 272 pages.
Publisher: Hearst Books (May 6, 2008)
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The Complete New Router Book For Woodworkers. Essential Skills, Techniques & Tips by Chris Marshall

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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 Dividing Head & Deluxe Accessories by David J. Gingery

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Publisher: David J. Gingery Publishing; 2nd edition (1982)
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The Lathe Book. A Complete Guide to the Machine and its Accessories by Ernie Conover

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In this new edition incorporating the latest innovations, experienced woodshop instructor Ernie Conover shows how to choose and set up the proper lathe, and tune and maintain it for the best performance. He outlines basic techniques needed to produce turned furniture parts and suggests quick, practical ways to duplicate parts.

Paperback: 208 pages.
Publisher: Taunton; Revised edition (April 15, 2001)
Language: English

 

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The Materials and Techniques of Medieval Painting by Daniel V. Thompson

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Sums up 20th-century knowledge: paints, binders, metals, surface preparation. Based on manuscripts and scientific investigation

Paperback: 239 pages.
Publisher: Dover Publications (June 1, 1956)
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The Router Book. A Complete Guide to the Machine and its Accessories by Pat Warner

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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)
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The Router Table Book by Ernie Conover

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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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The Secrets of Building a Plastic Vacuum Forming Machine by Vincent R Gingery

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Paperback: 106 pages.
Publisher: D.J. Gingery; 1st edition (July 1999)
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The Table Saw Book. Completely Revised and Updated by Kelly Mehler

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The table saw is the cornerstone of any woodworking shop, and this book in its first edition quickly became the standard reference. Written by the recognized authority on the subject, the book explains how to choose the proper saw and use it safely, and covers all basic operations including ripping, crosscutting, and handling large stock. Included are discussions of innovations in table saw design and new accessories. With almost 300 color photos, this totally revised version of The Table Saw Book is the top reference on the subject.

Paperback: 208 pages.
Publisher: Taunton; Rev Upd edition (January 15, 2003)
Language: English

 

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The Toolbox Book. A Craftsman's Guide to Tool Chests, Cabinets, and Storage Systems by Jim Tolpin

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In this guided tour of some of the world's best tool-storage solutions, you'll learn how the toolbox evolved as an essential tool and how the site boxes of today have their roots in long-ago journeyman's tool chests. But this book also provides practical advice on how to develop a tool-storage strategy of your own. Jim Tolpin guides you through creating an individual tool storage system best suited to your needs - from planning, through selection of materials, construction and finishing (including special situations like waterproofing the lid of a box intended for a job site). Winner of the 1996 Stanley Award for best how-to book. "Ideas and inspiration galore".--"Wooden Boat Review". 190 color photos. 100 drawings.

Paperback: 208 pages.
Publisher: Taunton Press (September 1, 1998)
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The Workbench Book. A Craftsman's Guide to Workbenches for Every Type of Woodworking by Scott Landis

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: 256 pages.
Publisher: Taunton Press (September 1, 1998)
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Tool & Cutter Sharpening (Workshop Practice) by Harold Hall

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Paperback: 133 pages.
Publisher: Special Interest Model Books; Ill edition (January 30, 2007)
Language: English

 

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Useful Workshop Tools (Workshop Practice Series 31) by Stan Bray

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Paperback: 104 pages.
Publisher: Nexus Special Interest Ltd; 1 edition (October 21, 2000)
Language: English

 

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Wood Adhesives Vol. 1 . Chemistry and Technology by Kazuhisa Miyoshi, Antonio Pizzi

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: 384 pages.
Publisher: CRC Press (December 1, 1983)
Language: English

 

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Woodshop Dust Control. A Complete Guide to Setting Up Your Own System by Sandor Nagyszalanczy

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Woodshop Dust Control provides all the information woodworkers need to protect themselves from wood dust -- a serious health hazard. This completely revised color edition includes charts and graphics, up-to-date information on the latest products and examples of actual shop systems.

Paperback: 208 pages.
Publisher: Taunton Press; Revised edition (October 1, 2002)
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Woodwork with Router (Reader's Digest Woodworking) by Bill Hylton

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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

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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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Workshop Materials (Workshop Practice Series 30) by Alex Weiss

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This book describes the many varied materials used by model engineers in their workshops such as iron or steel, non-ferrous metals including aluminum, brass and copper, hard and soft woods and a number of engineering and other plastics. It also contains details about abrasives, adhesives, bearing materials, ceramics and refractory materials, coatings, electroplating solutions, fuels, gases, lubricants, pickles, polishing materials, sealants and solders. It provides an easy reference for those seeking the right material for the task or an item specified on a plan.

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