scott_d email@example.com (Scott Kuhn) wrote in
I'm guessing that the limitations of ASCI art, and relative unfamiliarity
with terminology, are going to be a problem which continues for a little
You have one pretty good book - let me suggest another: Taunton's
"Complete Illustrated Guide to Joinery", by Gary Rogowski, published
withing the last 18 months or so. Well written, tons of process photos,
and almost every conceivable means of safely producing common and not-so-
common woodworking joints.
It will cost you about 20% of the price of the router you're likely to be
shopping for next, by the way. For that, see www.patwarner.com for some of
the best information you could want.
Have fun with this. There are friends here.
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