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So famous it's known simply as "Joyce" (after its author, Ernest Joyce), this is the woodworker's essential reference book that craftsmen have been turning to for most of the 20th century and the most important book you will ever own on furniture making.
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Overview

So famous it's known simply as "Joyce" (after its author, Ernest Joyce), this is the woodworker's essential reference book that craftsmen have been turning to for most of the 20th century and the most important book you will ever own on furniture making.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780806983035
  • Publisher: Sterling
  • Publication date: 4/28/2002
  • Edition description: GIFT
  • Pages: 80
  • Product dimensions: 9.31 (w) x 9.79 (h) x 0.77 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface
Introduction
Part I Basic materials
1 Woods (hardwoods and softwoods) 1
2 Veneers 46
3 Manufactured boards 50
4 Plastics and leathers 58
5 Metals 68
6 Adhesives 73
7 Abrasives 81
Part II Tools and Equipment
8 Cabinet maker's bench and accessories 87
9 Hand tools 90
10 Portable power tools and accessories 118
11 Woodworking and allied machinery 129
12 Workshop layout and furnishings 141
Part III Basic techniques and joint construction
13 Wood preparation 146
14 Jointing techniques and methods 150
15 Edge jointing 152
16 Housing/dado, halving and bridle joints 156
17 Mortise and tenon joints 160
18 Dowelled joints 167
19 Dovetailing 170
20 Mitre, scribed and scarf joints 182
Part IV Advanced areas of furniture construction
21 Carcass construction 187
22 Leg and frame construction 208
23 Door construction 227
24 Drawer and tray construction 244
25 Fall flaps, secretaires, cylinder falls and tambours 256
Part V Metal fittings/fasteners and their application
26 Screws, nails and pins 265
27 Hinges and hinging 267
28 Locks and locking actions 275
29 Stays, bookcase fittings and castors 282
30 Catches, bolts and handles 286
31 Knock-up (KU) and knock-down (KD) fittings 291
Part VI Advanced techniques
32 Veneering, marquetry and inlay 294
33 Table lining 323
34 Mouldings and lippings/edgings 325
35 Curved work 332
Part VII Running a professional workshop
36 Setting out and cutting lists 348
Part VIII Draughtsmanship and workshop geometry
37 The drawing office 352
38 Projections commonly used 355
39 Perspective drawing 359
40 Workshop geometry 363
Part IX Furniture designs and constructional details
41 Tables and desks (domestic and office) 380
42 Chests, cabinets and sideboards 422
43 Bedroom furniture 440
44 Seating and upholstery 458
45 Church furniture 481
46 Miscellaneous furniture 492
Part X Restoration, repairs and wood finishing
47 Structural repairs 500
48 Surface damage 503
49 Wood finishing 505
Appendix Costing and estimating 512
Index 515
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  • Posted November 4, 2009

    Lovely

    I am really excited to fill this out for my daughter. It is absolutely neat! It will be a wonderful heirloom gift, and one that will help me with my own memory years to come. I recommend it to every mother!

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