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Wood Technology & Processes is a comprehensive woodworking text for high school that introduces basic and advanced woodworking operations with clear instructions and illustrations. Besides the "Woodworker's Handbook," and a four-color presentation of the tools and materials of the woodworker, this edition has a-new section on "Advanced Woodworking Techniques," including clamping techniques, router table techniques, face framing, use of the miniature lathe, and step-by-step instructions on how to make various kinds of joints. New projects with detailed step-by-step procedures have been added to the Better Homes and Gardens WOOD Magazine Projects at the back of the book.

Table of Contents

Woodworkers Handbook

Unit 1: Working with Wood

Chapter 1 The Woodworking Industry

Chapter 2 Layout and Marking Tools

Unit 2: Basic Tools and Operations

Chapter 3 Design and Planning

Chapter 4 Measuring and Cutting

Chapter 5 Nailing

Chapter 6 Drilling and Boring

Chapter 7 Planning, Chiseling, and Sanding

Unit 3: Joinery and Assembly

Chapter 8 Butt, Biscuit, and Dowel Joints

Chapter 9 Rabbet Joint

Chapter 10 Dado Joint

Chapter 11 Lap Joint

Chapter 12 Miter Joint

Chapter 13 Mortise-and-Tenon Joint

Chapter 14 Dovetail Joints and Casework

Chapter 15 Using Fasteners

Chapter 16 Gluing and Clamping

Chapter 17 Installing Hardware

Chapter 18 Plastic Laminates

Chapter 19 Veneering

Unit 4: Using Machines

Chapter 20 Planer

Chapter 21 Jointer

Chapter 22 Table Saw

Chapter 23 Radial-Arm Saw

Chapter 24 Band Saw

Chapter 25 Sliding Compound Miter Saw

Chapter 26 Scroll Saw

Chapter 27 Drill Press

Chapter 28 Router

Chapter 29 Sanders

Chapter 30 Lathe

Unit 5: Finishing

Chapter 31 Preparing for Finishing

Chapter 32 Applying Stains and Clear Finishes

Chapter 33 Applying Paints and Enamels

Unit 6: Construction

Chapter 34 Preparing for Construction

Chapter 35 Sitework and Foundations

Chapter 36 Framing and Enclosing the Structure

Chapter 37 Completing the Exterior

Chapter 38 Completing the Interior

Chapter 39 Remodeling and Renovation

Chapter 40 Maintenance and Repair

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