Lathe: The Tool Information You Need at Your Fingertips

Lathe: The Tool Information You Need at Your Fingertips

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Each Missing Shop Manual will cover everything your new tool was designed to do along with the tips and techniques for maximizing its performance with jigs and fixtures. In this book, readers will find information on setting up a lathe, as well as safety and sharpening tips.

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Each Missing Shop Manual will cover everything your new tool was designed to do along with the tips and techniques for maximizing its performance with jigs and fixtures. In this book, readers will find information on setting up a lathe, as well as safety and sharpening tips.

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From the Publisher
This handy book will ensure you have all the information you need about lathes right at your fingertips, says
Tegan Foley. This handy little book provides you with a great deal of useful information on installing your new lathe. So. if you've just bought a lathe and you're looking for some expert advice on how to set-up your machine, taking into account safety aspects and how to maximise your lathe's performance, then this book is ideal. It is perfect for the beginner who is looking for guidance on how to sharpen tools, various types of turning, and also some helpful tips and techniques on woodturning. The book is also a really handy size, so you can always have it near you in the workshop.
- Woodturning Magazine, United Kingdom

The Lathe book has 149 pages and every one of them is a jewel. If you had ever thought that wood turning might be for you, read this “Missing Shop Manual” from cover to cover.  - Shortcuts

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781565234703
Publisher:
Fox Chapel Publishing Company, Incorporated
Publication date:
04/01/2010
Series:
Missing Shop Manual Series
Pages:
152
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 7.00(h) x 0.40(d)

Meet the Author

John Kelsey is a journalist and editor specializing in woodworking and furniture making. He has a degree in woodworking and furniture design from the School for American Craft at the Rochester Institute of Technology. He is a former editor in chief of Fine Woodworking magazine and a publisher of woodworking and home building books at the Taunton Press. He is the author of Furniture Projects for the Deck and Lawn. He lives in Newtown, Connecticut.

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