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eBook Traditional Woodworking Handtools: A Manual for the Woodworker ePub

by Graham Blackburn

  • ISBN: 1558218742
  • Category: Home Improvement and Design
  • Subcategory: Hobby
  • Author: Graham Blackburn
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: The Lyons Press; 1st edition (November 1, 1998)
  • Pages: 384
  • ePub book: 1137 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1740 kb
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  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 699

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In Traditional Woodworking Handtools, the second volume in his Illustrated Workshop Series, Graham Blackburn has assembled a virtual encyclopedia of traditional woodworking handtools, including holding tools, saws, planes, edge tools, setting-out tools, boring tools, and striking tools. Each tool is listed and includes a full description of what it does and how it's used. His engaging writing, which includes anecdotes from his four decades as a master woodworker, entertains as well as instructs. And the hundreds of line drawings of handtools are illuminating.

The second volume in Graham Blackburn’s Illustrated Workshop series covers every . Responding to the demand for tried-and-true hand tools, Traditional Woodworking Handtools is the user’s guide no woodworker should be without.

The second volume in Graham Blackburn’s Illustrated Workshop series covers every aspect of choosing, rehabilitating, and getting the most out of traditiona. Learn why hand tools are often the way to go. Graham covers every aspect from choosing to rehabilitate traditional hand tools. This user’s guide is a must for any woodworker. How can we help you Make Wood Work?

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Traditional Woodworking Handtools, An Illustrated Reference Guide for the Woodworker Hardcover. Graham Blackburn was born and educated in London, England, then lived for several years in Cologne and Madrid before moving to New York to continue his studies at the Juilliard School. While pursuing a career as a professional musician that saw him play in numerous bands, including Van Morrison’s, he built several homes in Woodstock, NY, including his own. His first book, Illustrated Housebuilding, was published in 1974.

For speed and production, but not necessarily quality, power tools are the norm in many amateur workshops. However, thanks to the maker movement, there is renewed interest among crafters and woodworkers in using traditional handtools. The personal satisfaction, the pleasure of hands-on work, and the more leisurely, contemplative approach to woodworking is replacing the need for the speed and noise of power tools.

Graham Blackburn was born and educated in London, England, then lived for several years in Cologne and Madrid before moving to New York to continue his studies at the Juilliard School. While pursuing a career as a professional musician that saw him play in numerous bands, including Van Morrison's, he built several homes in Woodstock, NY, including his own.

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Improve your hand tool woodworking with traditional jigs! Jigs & Fixtures W hen traditional woodworkers wanted to improve the speed, accuracy and repeatability of their work, they developed clever jigs and fixtures such as shooting boards, a flexible straight edge and a grass- hopper gauge. But the vast majority of those aids were user-made and disappeared from sight when power tool woodworking took over in the 20th century. It reintroduces traditional user-made devices, unveils others author Graham Blackburn grew HAND TOOL FOR THE up with, and expands upon those with more recent adaptations and even some manufactured items.

Improve your hand tool woodworking with traditional jigs! . Hand tool woodworker for the. Graham blackburn. Popular woodworking books cincinnati, ohio.

Improve your hand tool woodworking with traditional jigs! W. hen traditional woodworkers wanted to improve the speed, accuracy and repeatability of their work, they developed clever jigs and fixtures such as shooting boards, a flexible straight edge and a grasshopper gauge. ww. opularwoodworking. Jigs & Fixtures HAND TOOL WOODWORKER FOR TH THE. Written & illustrated by. Also by graham blackburn non-fiction.

Graham Blackburn's new encyclopedia covers every aspect of choosing, rehabilitating, and getting the most out of traditional handtools for woodworking. In this age of machines, handtools remain the best way, and are often the only way, of creating beautiful details, perfect fit, and final finish. Handtools liberate the furnituremaker, builder, and general woodworker from the limited artistic vocabulary of machinery. With handtools, there are no technical limits.

Traditional Woodworking Handtools explains how to set up and use each tool, and puts the tool in the context of the complete woodworking process. Blackburn includes interesting historical information as well as telling anecdotes drawn from his forty-year career at the bench. Readers will come away with not only the knowledge they need to improve their own woodworking, but also a deeper appreciation of their craft and its role in the construction of civilization. (81/2 X 11, 384 pages, illustrations, diagrams)

Comments

Bort Bort
I am disappointed in this book. It did not meet my expectations. I have several books written by Mr. Blackburn, and this is the only one I can't recommend. The book lacks detail as to how to build many of the things featured in the book. It has good descriptions of various aspects of woodworking; lay out, cramps, squares, etc. But it doesn't go all the way. For example, he writes about a miter shooting block and includes a nice drawing of one. But there is no real description of sufficient detail to build one without doing some further research. this is the case in most of the descriptions in the book. So who should buy this book? I think someone needing a basic introduction to what is available to the hand tool woodworker would benefit from this book. It's worthwhile to the novice, but additional books or resources will be needed to build appliances, jigs and fixtures described in this book.
Endieyab Endieyab
I have been doing woodworking on and off for about 25 years, but this books has shown me what a lot of those old tools I inherited are for, and how to use them. Blackburn also does a good job of giving a history of those basic tools, how to make some of them, and even how to maintain them. This is an invaluable book for anyone interested in woodworking or collecting vintage tools. The only thing real critique I would have was the hand drawn illustrations. Though they fit with the topic, they sometimes lack accuracy enough to give a clear understanding of the tool.
Rrd Rrd
Great reference for traditional woodworking tools and their uses
Jaiarton Jaiarton
I found blackburn's book to be extremely helpful in my woodworking, most of which I do with hand tools. The book is well organized and covers more info than most will ever use. His description of sharpening handsaws simplified the process exponentially for me, and now I follow his advice to sharpen my own saws. Blackburn's book reflects his extensive background in woodoworking and his simple writing style makes the book a pleasure to read and one you will go back to time and time again. Highly recommended as a basis for a woodworking library.