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Bill Hylton's Power-Tool Joinery: Tips and Techniques for Making Strong Joints with Power Tools (Popular Woodworking) [Paperback]

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30 Sep 2005 Popular Woodworking
Today's woodworkers welcome the ease of using power tools. In Bill Hylton's Power-Tool Joinery, they'll discover ways to easily cut a variety of strong, tightly filled joints. This clear guide covers: Practical joinery, cut with commonplace power tools including the table saw and the router; A spectrum of joints, including dadoes and grooves, rabbets, sliding dovetails, splined joints, biscuit joints and more; How to select the appropriate joint, several ways to cut and how to assemble it; With the colour step-by-step photos in this guide, readers will quickly master the art of classic joinery, using simple and common power tools.

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Bill Hylton is the bestselling author of more than ten books, including Woodworking with the Router. He is an active writer and editor.

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Amazon.com: 4.7 out of 5 stars  3 reviews
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good book for intro to wood joinery with power tools. 26 Aug 2005
By R. Bender - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
I have several of Bill's books and enjoy his style of writing,

very Danny Proulx like in that everything is laid out in it's simplest terms. For each joint he goes over every power tool that can be used to make the joint, along with the pros and cons.

Overall a good reference to have.
5.0 out of 5 stars Very helpful book on joints for woodworkers 23 May 2012
By D. VanAntwerp - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
Shows how to make good joints in woodworking projects. Exactly what I was looking for. Lots of clear information supplemented by excellent photos. Highly recommend for every woodworker.
5.0 out of 5 stars Very Good Book 15 Jan 2011
By Steven R. Akers - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
I'm pretty new to woodworking so this book is perfect for me. He uses either a table saw or a router to create a variety of joints. Good suggestions for shop built fixtures as well. Good descriptions and a lot of pictures really help in explaining the joints being constructed. I bought this book used and the seller rated the condition as "like new". When I opened the package is was pleasantly surprised - it was better than they described. I think they could have sold it as a new book. This book has made a great addition to my small but growing library and I am certain to refer to it often.
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