Woodwork for Joiners and
for Beginners and Improvers
This book is about the craft of woodwork
and gives the reader an insight into the various methods used to
appreciate the full potential of using and working with wood.
the woodworker embarking on a career with wood or just as a hobby,
this book is ideal as it clearly lays out in very descriptive
illustrations and text all the required information from preparing
timber to the finished product.
Furthermore, it gives an insight
into the methods used for jointing wood as well as an-easy-to read
description for joinery and furniture construction including the
tools required, setting and marking out, assembly, finishes
Geoff Malthouse has, over the years whilst working with wood
and teaching the craft for a number of years, gained a vast amount
of knowledge and experience on the use and beauty of wood.
gratifying that he has put it all together in this book for others
to appreciated and absorb to hopefully pass it on to future
generations to do likewise.
Christopher Tooke F.I.O.C.
examiner for The Institute Of Carpenter
1 Planning your work
2 Basic geometry
4 Sharpening your tools
Technology for woodwork
7 Setting and marking out
9 Frame exercises
10 Constructing cabinets, frames
and project work
11 Fixings and fittings
12 Workshop aids
13 Projects to make
Stobart Davies Ltd
Penybanc Road, Ammanford
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Some minor amendments that
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