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Wood Turning: A Craftsman's Guide by Mark…

Wood Turning: A Craftsman's Guide

by Mark Baker

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This handy book and accompanying DVD are all you need to get started with the rewarding craft of wood turning. Pop on the informative DVD to see the techniques demonstrated in action, or pick up the book for detailed instruction and ideas wherever you are. Perfect for complete beginners, you will be guided through every stage. Learn everything you need to know - from selecting wood, the basic anatomy of a lathe, to work holding, sharpening and using tools correctly and safely. Three attractive but simple step-by-step projects will help you gain the confidence to apply this new knowledge and start creating some beautiful pieces.--Cover.… (more)

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