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How to Cut Sliding Dovetail Joints
Box Making Tips and Tricks
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UPDATE: Book Giveaway: Working with Routers from Fine Woodworkingcomments (61) May 1st, 2011 in blogs
The New Best of Fine Woodworking: Working with Routers
Taunton Press, 2004.
$17.95; 160 pp.
Working with Routers is a collection of articles from the pages of Fine Woodworking magazine. In it you’ll learn about:
router safety and maintenance
using a router for joinery and decorative details
router tables (including a few project articles to make horizontal or
bench-mounted router tables)
The portable router has been described as the “most resourceful power tool” in the shop because it can do so much. This book contains the information to help you get the most out of your router(s).
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