Re: Slightly off-topic: Learning carpentry and basic wood-work ...



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Regards, Kedar
If I were you I would try the library OR Barnes & Noble. ( barnesandnoble.com ) Browse the books until you find what appeals to your interest.
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"Kedar Mhaswade" wrote:

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Get a copy of Fred Bingham's book, "Boat Joinery and CabinetMaking Simplified"
About $20 in paperback from Amazon.
In addition to the boat stuff, a lot of good basic woodworking stuff.
Lew
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wow are you lucky you ran into me. I second the library idea. This is definetely a topic of basic building blocks. Knowing that I found one series of books that covers everything in a series of several books. I always like doing things that way so I won't get too confused. This series was actually in my libaray system too, well the 132 or so libraries in the Toronto library system. They come in paperback or hardcover, same text I think, same titles, exact same look of each book, like a set of encyclopedias on a shelf. Theres 30 or 40 in the set. Interesting Titles - like "Gluing and Clamping", lots of pictures, etc.
Nick Engler, The Workshop Companion Techniques For Better Woodworking
Understanding .... OR Making....
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