Learn from an expert how to make the ten best joints using your power tools! In Bill Hylton's Power-Tool Joinery you'll learn shop-tested techniques and explanations as to the why's and how's of joinery. Also included are plans for jigs and fixtures that will help you cut individual joints accurately and safely. This in-depth guide will have you cutting joints like a pro in no time! Learn to cut these strong, tightly fitted joints with just a few basic power tools: Edge joints Dado joints Rabbet joints Miter joints Splined joints Sliding dovetail joints Dovetail joints Lap and half-lap joints Mortise-and-tenon joints Biscuit jointsSure, hand-cutting advocates like to argue that in the time it takes to master any of the router dovetail jigs you can master handcutting. (Not true, I say!) ... Some jigs have an extra template for 1a4aquot; half-blind dovetails, and a few have them for 1a 4aquot; and 1a2aquot; box joints as well. In addition to ... Ia#39;ve routed dovetails with a laminate trimmer, but typically I use a 11a2- to 2-horsepower fixed-base model. The ability toanbsp;...
|Title||:||Bill Hylton's Power-Tool Joinery|
|Publisher||:||Popular Woodworking Books - 2005-06-16|