The Encyclopedia of Woodworking Techniques

Category: Book
By (author): Broun, Jeremy
Subject:  CRAFTS & HOBBIES / General
  CRAFTS & HOBBIES / Woodwork
  HOUSE & HOME / Do-It-Yourself / Carpentry
  HOUSE & HOME / General
Publisher: Search Press
Published: September 2018
Format: Book-paperback
Pages: 176
Size: 8.75in x 8.75in
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From The Publisher*A new, up-to-date edition of the popular and comprehensive encyclopedia by award-winning furniture designer, Jeremy Broun.

This unique visual encyclopedia of techniques is the essential benchtop reference for all woodworkers. Divided into three parts, this first section introduces you to the tools, timbers and machines that are used and necessary to basic woodworking. Then, in A to Z format, woodworking techniques are fully demonstrated and described through helpful step-by-step photographs and text, from abrading and biscuit joints through to mortise and tenon joints and jigs. Power-tool and hand-tool variations are also fully detailed, providing you with that much-needed flexibility in your own workshop. Finally, a gallery of finished examples by leading craftspeople demonstrate the principles of design and construction, which will inspire both novice woodworkers as well as the more experienced craftsman.
Biographical NoteJeremy Broun is an innovative designer, maker and teacher, and has been passionate about woodworking for over 35 years. After a short woodwork teaching career, Jeremy set up his own workshop in Bath, in the West of England in 1973, creating his own unique style of furniture. He has exhibited at major British shows and in the USA and Finland, and has won numerous awards. He is constantly striving to find new and exciting ways to work wood, and passes this knowledge and enthusiasm on through his unique courses, books and videos, suitable for both hobbyists and professionals.Find out more at Jeremybroun.co.uk.Daniel lives in Suffolk, UK with his partner Georgie and two children, Milo and Hazel.