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Scroll Saw Basics book Patrick Spielman 1991 woodworking includes patterns, 126 pages, indexed

Book covers brands and styles, parts and features, especially blades. Clear, step-by-step approach to cutting covers, curves, straight lines, sharp corners and angles, true arcs, and perfect circles; making large cutouts and inside cutouts, stack-cutting, bevel-sawing, much more. Plus projects., 275 b/w illus., 8 x 10. Library Journal Of all power tools, the scroll saw is the least intimidating for the beginning woodworker. While its simple operation and relative safety make it ideal for the casual hobbyist, it still finds occasional use by the experienced woodworker needing to make cuts of very precise design and close tolerances. Spielman’s modest guide provides a good overall introduction. Besides demonstrating fundamental techniques, the book also covers the saw itself, examining types of saws, desired features, characteristics of quality saws, and upgrading of lesser-quality saws. It is extensively illustrated with hundreds of exceptionally clear black-and-white photos. Worthwhile for the hobby section of most public libraries.– Bill Demo, Tompkins Cortland Community Coll., Dryden, N.Y. Synopsis Covers everything: brands and styles, parts and features, especially blades. A clear approach to cutting covers, curves, straight lines, sharp corners and angles, true arcs, and perfect circles; making large cutouts and inside cutouts, stack-cutting, bevel-sawing, and much more, plus projects. Library Journal Of all power tools, the scroll saw is the least intimidating for the beginning woodworker. While its simple operation and relative safety make it ideal for the casual hobbyist, it still finds occasional use by the experienced woodworker needing to make cuts of very precise design and close tolerances. Spielman’s modest guide provides a good overall introduction. Besides demonstrating fundamental techniques, the book also covers the saw itself, examining types of saws, desired features, characteristics of quality saws, and upgrading of lesser-quality saws. It is extensively illustrated with hundreds of exceptionally clear black-and-white photos.

no writing, very clean, binding is intact with no loose pages. No rips, no tears and minimal shelf wear. Very clean

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