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Woodworkers will agree - the dovetail is the savvy cabinetmaker'scorner joint of choice. It's become the hallmark of fine furnitureeverywhere. What many woodworkers have disagreed on, however, isthe best way to make a dovetail - by hand or by machine. With thisnew book from master woodworker Ernie Conover, readers will learnthat making dovetails can be accomplished in a number of ways - andthat choosing between hand-cutting or router-driven jigs is justthat - a choice. You choose what you like best. Usingstraightforward, efficient methods, Conover shows woodworkers howto cut full, half-blind and through dovetails using hand tools.After learning the basics of how this work-horse joint goestogether, readers will move on to mastering the many popularrouter-driven jigs available on the market today, including: Leighjig, Kellar jig, Omni jig, WoodRat jig, Incra jig, Akita jig, Searsjig, Powermatic jig. Using step-by-step photographs and clearinstructions, Woodworker's Guide to Dovetails will show you all thetricks to getting a perfect fitting joint!
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Woodworker's Guide To Dovetails - How To Make The Essential Joint By Hand Or Machine