Originally published in 1917, Handwork in Wood by William Noyes (8th Edition) is intended primarily for teachers of woodwork. However, anyone who wants to learn more about the use of "no electricity needed" hand tools in woodworking will find in it matter of interest and profit.
Featuring over 300 illustrations, this book is among all-time best on the subject -- most of the contents about the tools and techniques are still very applicable today.
- General Bibliography
- The Seasoning and Measuring of Wood
- Wood Hand Tools
- Wood Fastenings
- Equipment and Care of the Shop
- The Common Joints
- Types of Wooden Structures
- Principles of Joinery
- Wood Finishing
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