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ePub The Drawer Book: A Comprehensive Guide For Woodworkers (Popular Woodworking) download
Author:
Bill Hylton
ISBN13:
978-1558708426
ISBN:
1558708421
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Publisher:
Popular Woodworking Books; Spi Har/Dv edition (July 29, 2009)
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Subcategory:
Home Improvement & Design
ePub file:
1192 kb
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1798 kb
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Rating:
4.9
Votes:
699

The Drawer Book book. The Drawer Book is encyclopedic in its content. Published July 29th 2009 by Popular Woodworking Books (first published 2009).

The Drawer Book book. Author Bill Hylton shows you the professional skills used to: construct all styles of drawers make and use every kind of drawer-making joint create wooden drawer slides and guides fit and finish drawers A live-action DVD gives you all the information you need to choose tured drawer slid The Official Drawer Guide.

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The Official Drawer Guide

The Drawer Book is encyclopedic in its content. Author Bill Hylton shows you the professional skills used to:

construct all styles of drawersmake and use every kind of drawer-making jointcreate wooden drawer slides and guidesfit and finish drawers

A live-action DVD gives you all the information you need to choose commercially-manufactured drawer slides. You'll learn how to install the right hardware for the job.

  • I am giving this title an OK rating because the book really did not explain how to mount drawers in a cabinet (a very important aspect) and the DVD did not work in any of my three DVD players. Nothing ground braking in the book for an intermediate skilled furniture maker. The same joinery techniques can be found in thousand other publications. I can't comment on the the contents of the DVD. Over all in my opinion, unless your a novice you are not missing anything by not buying this book.

  • I gave this book 4 stars because I did find it true to its title of being a comprehensive guide to drawers. I didn't give it 5 stars because I thought it was a little thin in some areas where I had a personal interest. But, how critical can you be of something that only costs $20? It's a nice book, physically, spiral bound so it will lay flat when open, and the printing, pictures, and sketches are good and look recent. As a purchaser of a number of similar books, I was glad to see what looked to be new material rather than a cut-and-paste of material that has obviously been around for decades. As Bill Hylton says early in the book, "Whether you're a novice looking for basic how-to or a practiced hand looking for different approches to try, I think you'll find practical, useful information here on all aspects of drawer-making." And, I think that's what a reader will find. Some of the material is so basic that it's of little value to me. For example, the how-tos include using biscuits and pocket hole screws, something I've mastered some time ago. At the other skill extreme is how to make curvy-front drawers, something I suppose only very skilled craftsmen, not me, would attempt. At my current skill level I like to use power tools where possible to save time and improve accuracy. Bill covers both hand work and use of power tools. One area where I need help is using a router with a dovetail jig. I'm on my third jig now and have never completed a single joint. One reason is that the first two jigs were too cheap. This is where a book like this could help a dovetail novice like me and that's one reason I bought the book. Bill goes into quite a bit of detail about various ways to make dovetails, by hand and by using power tools, but not enough detail, for me, on how to use a router with a jig. The book also includes a 30 minute DVD which is totally worthless. Two unknown "woodies" demonstrate how to attach drawer slides to the side of a cabinet. "draw a line where you want to mount the slide and then screw the slide to the cabinet". Why couldn't the DVD show Bill doing some skilled task (like using a dovetail jig)? I'm guessing that the book's publisher thought that including a DVD would help sell the book. So, he asked Laurel and Hardy to put together the video without spending any money or time practicing or making anything. For those looking for woodworking tips and techniques, I highly recommend a series of DVDs put out by Woodworkers Journal, The Complete Woodworking Video Collection. The last DVD sent included, guess what, a very detailed demonstation on how to use a dovetail jig. In fact, the jig they used was the same Porter Cable model I now how! They send out a new DVD every few months and you can keep it for about $20 bucks, plus S&H, or return it without paying. In addition to being able to preview the DVD, I like being able to watch someone do something, not just read about it in a book. I'm not associated with this product in any way.

  • Great looking book . Picture's are very well done. Not much on building information. Would buy it again.

  • I got this as a gift, but the person I got it for says they love it and use it a lot on their current project.

  • Great book