Woodworker's Guide to Sharpening

Woodworker's Guide to Sharpening

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Baker & Taylor
Presents step-by-step instructions for woodworkers on ways to sharpen a variety of tools, including planes, chisels, router bits, saws, axes, knives, and cabinet scrapers.

Ingram Publishing Services
Learn all the methods you need to stay sharp in the shop while getting a glimpse at the sharpening stations of Sam Maloof, Norm Abram, and many of today's finest craftsmen.

Independent Publishing Group
Step-by-step expert instructions and visual aids teach woodworkers the characteristics of steel, carbide, and ceramic while showing how to sharpen any device, from planes, chisels, cabinet scrapers, and drill and router bits to saws, axes, knives, and turning and carving tools. Readers will benefit from a detailed discussion on the four types of bench stones as well as a thorough resource of websites and contact information. An additional chapter presenting a peek at the sharpening setups of some of America’s best professional woodworkers—including James Krenov, Sam Maloof, and David Marks—is also provided.


Fox Chapel Pub Co Inc.
Learn all the methods you need to stay sharp in the shop while getting a glimpse at the sharpening stations of Sam Maloof, Norm Abram, and many of today's finest craftsmen.

Publisher: East Petersburg, PA : Fox Chapel Pub., c2008
Description: xi, 155 p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm
ISBN: 9781565233096
Branch Call Number: 684.08028 Eng

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