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This is probably the best single book on hand tools you can buy.
What is really good about this book is that many of the articles deal with the usefulness and expedience of hand tools in a power tool shop.
It covers information for the beginner, but also is a tremendous source of ideas and methods for someone more experienced.
Got this for my son. He's thanked me for it several times now, evidentially finding it very useful.Published 1 month ago by Theresa
This was the best resource I have purchased as a beginning woodworker. Great advice by people who are leaders in the industry.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
As a beginner, I found the information very valuable from the different joints to the different kinds of planes and techniques and procedures. Great informationPublished 2 months ago by zippinj
This book is a collection of articles from "Popular Woodworking Magazine". There is lot of useful information in here, real hands on practical stuff. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Dave Nutzell
This is a very good introduction to using and maintaining hand tools for the wood shop.Published 7 months ago by countrytek
A great book for the beginner or for anybody who wants to up their game. Super tips on buying and restoring used tools. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Old Slow Guy
I learned more about tool sharpening and fine tuning in this book than any other I have read.Published 8 months ago by Bryan Jantz
Previously, I thought that the fastext way to do woodworking is with powertools and stationary machines. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Adi Santosa Budiman
I'm a hobbyist woodworker who loves good machinery but I've also always admired the fine results possible with good hand tools and good technique. Read morePublished 15 months ago by David E. Avera