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- Editor: Taunton Press Inc (10 de marzo de 2007)
- Colección: Complete Illustrated Guides
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1561587664
- ISBN-13: 978-1561587667
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Expand your skills through understanding of the router, which is one of the most versatile tools you can own. "The Complete Illustrated Guide to Routers" offers more than 800 photos and drawings which show you how to use and care for your router and how to get the most from it. In addition to mastering the use of your router, you'll also learn about router tables and how to make one that works perfectly in your shop. Lonnie Bird is a professional woodworker with a dozen books to his credit.
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Lonnie Bird, a professional woodworker specializing in period furniture, runs a woodworking school in Dandridge, Tennessee. Jeff Jewitt is a professional finisher and refinisher in Cleveland, Ohio and a contributing editor to "Fine Woodworking," Thomas Lie-Nielsen is the founder and owner of Lie-Nielsen Toolworks which manufactures high quality handtools. He lives in Warren, Maine. Andy Rae, from Asheville, North Carolina, is a professional woodworker who writes frequently for woodworking magazines and teaches woodworking. Gary Rogowski, a contributing to "Fine Woodworking," operates his own school, the Northwest Furniture Studio, in Portland Oregon.
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=== The Good Stuff ===
* The photographs are first rate. They are well lit, and taken from an angle that you can see what is actually going on.
* Somewhere in a set of instructions, I came across a direction to make a "climb cut". I had no idea what one was, and found a definition in this book. Turns out it is a cut made in the same direction as the router rotation (opposite of what you normally do).
* The book is a marvelous guide for seeing what is possible with a router. Sometimes that is half the battle- if I know something is possible, I can often work out how to do it. Since woodworking is a hobby, designed to fill up leisure time, I don't mind experimenting.
=== The Not-So-Good Stuff===
* It is just about impossible to "read" this book. The text is made up of short sentences, with constant references to illustrations.
* There is no way to learn how to specifically do anything from this book. For example, the section on mortise and tenon joints gives the following instructions (somewhat paraphrased, but not much). "Use a spiral bit. measure and mark the mortise location, then secure the work and jig with clamps. Set the depth. Position the router guide against the jig, and plunge the router and feed.." That's it. No details on what the jig might look like, how to set the depth, how to place the joint. If you can make a mortise joint from those instructions, you don't need a router book.
An excellent overview of router use, types of routers, and common accessories. Good photographs to show you wort of how things looks and work. Impossible to actually find any step-by-step instructions in the book. For what I wanted, a different book would have better served my needs.