"The Encyclopedia of Joint Making" has step-by-step illustrated instructions for making all of the basic joints in every joint family--mortise and tenon, dovetails, mitres, and more--plus popular joint variations. "The Encyclopedia of Join Making" has comprehensive coverage of the nature of wood material and how it affects joinery, glue, and furniture design for informed engineering of joints to last. Learn to use fasteners, bindings, adhesives and only wood elements when creating your wood joints.
Have you started a woodworking project only to find yourself stuck in at a crossroads when it comes to making a wooden joint? Use this book to learn all the tricks necessary to choose and use layout tools for accurate works, plus practical marking methods for quick identification of project parts. Wooden joint making has never been so easy. Master the dovetail joint, mitre joint and so many more to ensure your furniture or wooden engineering project is completed to perfection. "The Encyclopedia of Joint Making" also includes both hand tool methods and power tool techniques, a variety of jigs and up-to-date coverage of contemporary alternatives. So, grab up your tools and get started on that woodworking project you always wanted to finish but never got around to.