Published by The Taunton Press, Connecticut, USA.
Extract from back cover of book:
With the proliferation of table-mounted routers in the woodshop, most woodworkers have never experienced the power and precision that a stationary shaper has to offer.
In addition to a quiet, vibration-free cut, the shaper allows you to surpass the capabilities of the router by offering wider, deeper cuts, production runs, and custom moldings.
In this book, author Lonnie Bird demonstrates how versatile and extremely productive the shaper can be. You'll see that the shaper, with its vast assortment of cutterheads, fences and jigs, can handle a wide variety of woodworking applications.
Regardless of your level of woodworking, the shaper can increase the quality and efficiency of your work, and it can broaden the scope of your woodworking.
More than just a primer on shaper techniques, this book gives shop-proven examples of how the shaper can be put to use. With an emphasis on safety, this book is a step-by-step guide that will teach you all about the shaper: from basic setups to cutting curved molding profiles to designing shaper jigs that will expand your woodworking potential.
About the author: Lonnie Bird is a professional woodworker and teaches seminars nationwide on shaper use. He is a frequent contributor to several woodworking magazines and is a professor of woodworking at the University of Rio Grande in Ohio..
Photos: Black & White
Units of Measurement: Imperial
to the Shaper
Jigs for the Shaper