Published by The Taunton Press, Connecticut, USA.
Extract from back cover of book:
Here's your complete guide to getting the most from your investment in woodworking machines. Mark Duginske shows you how to choose, set up and tune your machines for safety, precision and efficiency. His common-sense techniques will help you avoid frustrating mistakes and put you in complete control of your woodworking projects.
Duginske's systematic approach picks up where owner's manuals leave off, and it applies to all brands and makes of machinery. You'll also learn how to prepare stock effectively, and how to produce the joints and cabinet parts you need without any expensive add-on jigs. Whatever you want to make in your shop, you'll work more efficiently with Duginske at your elbow.
About the author: Mark Duginske, of Wausua, Wisconsin, is author of The Bandsaw Handbook and a contributing editor to Fine Woodworking magazine. He teaches widely.
Photos: Black & White
Units of Measurement: Imperial
1: The Table Saw
2: The Radial-Arm Saw
3: The Bandsaw
4: The Jointer and the Planer
5: The Drill Press
6: The Router and the Shaper
7: Stock Preparation