Have you ever wanted to get into woodworking but didn’t know where to start or know what size shop you will need?
Maybe you like the idea of woodworking as a way to turn a profit, occupy down time, or just to learn a new skill.
Or perhaps you found a field that you are interested but you don’t know what tools you need to buy?
Well, you’ve come to the right place!
There are a lot of websites, DIY instructions, and blogs out there that will show you the easy way or ‘hack’ of how to build furniture, but a true woodworker takes skill, knowledge, and practice to create works of art that will last generations.
Don’t fall for the ‘quick’ and ‘simple’ gimmicks.
Instead, take the time to learn how to do things the right way.
Start with this amazingly comprehensive book that will lead you through several different fields of woodworking.
Then learn about the necessary and important tools per field.
You will then get an idea of what tools you will need to invest in and you will learn what sort of shop you will need.
Some fields require lots of room or even multiple rooms and some only need a desk top and a plug in.
Some fields require many tools and some only require a few.
You can combine your wallet, space, and interests to find the right hobby for you!
Some of the woodworking fields mentioned are:
* Dimensional Furniture Making: use dimensional lumber to create all different types of functional and decorative furniture such as; beds, tables, benches, chairs, dressers, and shelves.
* Pyrography: using a heated pen to burn wood enough to leave a mark, words or images.
* Cabinetry: making cabinets, boxes, and chest, typically with plywood and solid hardwoods.
* Log Furniture Woodworking: using whole logs to create unique and rustic furniture such as; beds, tables, and dressers.
* Repair and Restoration Woodworking: having extensive knowledge of how wooden items were made though out history and using that knowledge as well as woodworking skills to fix and refinish antiques.
…And many more!
You will also learn about some woodworking techniques like the common types of joinery, ripping and crosscutting on a table saw, squaring rough cut lumber on the table saw, using a miter saw, edge banding plywood, and the different species of woods to use.
You will get some tips and tricks from the pros to start out in woodworking and how to stay safe while you work.
While technology has really advanced in the safety department, woodworking is still a dangerous occupation and if not done responsibly, can have dire consequences.
So, check out this book today and start your new journey out the right way.
Discover new ways to create pieces of functional or decorative furniture, wall hangings, dwellings, restorations, and tableware.
Learn what tools you will need and how big of space you will need.
Learn about a few techniques and tricks and then get out there and start having fun creating!
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