First published in 1947, John Walton's Woodwork in Theory and Practice has been a mainstay in teaching Manual Arts ever since. The various chapters deal with tools, processes, fundamental constructions, hardware, timbers, wood turning, inlaying, veneering, wood polishing and projects. Included are plenty of specially created illustrations to accompany the text.
Revised six times, converted to the Metric System and reprinted dozens of times, Woodwork In Theory And Practice is perfect for students starting out their study of the craft or passionate woodworking enthusiasts looking for a broad overview of the subject.
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