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Obviously English isn't the author's native language and this makes the reader have to parse the text to test to figure out what the author is trying to say. Things like "At the point when AC mains disappoint, the battery backup circuit... " means when you lose power in the AC supply, the battery takes over. I'm pushing on through to see what can be learned from the book. I would recommend the author run it through Grammarly or some other English grammar checker and resubmit it to Amazon.
I have found it really helpful. I believe this Book will be helpful for the students for their mini project, also contains functioning basics in case of electronic components. This is absolutely the best one. Best for Engineering students and electronics lover.
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The data gave on these pages, just as the recommendation it accumulated, are worth unquestionably in excess of five stars and I would believe this book to be an extraordinary deal at double the cost. In latest years, two platforms have gained immense popularity in the electronics world. Thanks to Raspberry Pi, everyone can begin creating interesting electronic projects! This book will introduce everyone to this extremely famous single-board computer. I was hoping to see more connectivity between the projects, but I have to admit that with a device, as versatile as it is, that I may be better served with the diversity of the projects.
I explore this book extremely instructive accommodating and intriguing for every one of the general population who need to think about Raspberry Pi. Rasberry Pi has numerous applications! To take advantage of the possibilities that a Raspberry offers us, you need to take the first step and learn the basics of working with this computer. I absolutely love reading about real paranormal events. Overall, A very interesting book.
I chose a excellent tutorial for beginners. If you wish to learn then purchase this tutorial and follow step-wise. I'm happy with this Raspberry Pi 3 book. In here a lot of informative Raspberry Pi machine ideas added from Author. Shows examples in detailed but simple to follow chapters. Highly Comprehensive Raspberry P guide.
I was hoping to see more connectivity between the projects, but I have to admit that with a device, as versatile as it is, that I may be better served with the diversity of the projects.
I very much liked the dozens of projects and the medium resolution visual display projects.
There were a lot of others that caught my eye and I can't wait to read about them thoroughly.
Amazing book,great pictures,variety of projects. Stock work, refinishing metal, trigger work, jeweling, filing, hand tools, machine tool basics drill press, grinder, polisher, Dremel tool, tips, must haves. The author and his son truly have fun this type of hands on work and it shows! Outstanding color photography. An neat and tidy work shop, layed-out well and improved upon with years of doing! I've included some pictures of a few of my gunsmithing upgrades.
After years away from firearms (military), I'm slowly getting back into the sport. I was looking for a good, grounded book that would give me ideas and suggestions on the right method to do things - the right tools to use, the right environment, etc. I was also looking for something that was simple to read and follow - something I could begin reading, take a break for a few days (schedule demands not laziness) and come back to it. The writing style is excellent for that - and no nonsense right to the point. While this book won't create you a master gunsmith, it will take you up a few notches if you're relatively fresh like me, or a hobbyist. Highly recommended.
I've been shooting a while, but putting tools to my own guns has been something I've been reluctant to do, but as I shoot more. So I bought this looking for a sort of general intro to the is book offers chapters, each a project the author shows you - like glass-bedding a rifle in one chapter, and a number of other useful projects - recoil pad installation, etc.What I got from it was a amazing look at what the rifle looks like dissasembled, which gave me the guts to take apart my rifle and create some minor trigger adjustments with the confidence that I could take it down and place it back together - and an understanding of how those parts related.I think that the book could use a few more images but overall, it's a amazing introduction and his emphasis on safety and using the right tool for the job should obtain most off on the right foot.
Allow me start with some fast background info. If you're considering purchasing this book, then you've probably heard of the American Gunsmithing Institute (AGI); and if you're familiar with the AGI catalog and marketing, then you know that this book is one of the gift stuff included in their entry-level "Practical Gunsmithing" course. Curiosity is what ultimately led me to purchase this book, to obtain an "inside preview" (so to speak) of AGI's primary course.I have to admit I enjoyed reading this book from cover to cover, and I found the procedures easy to follow and understand. I have no doubt I can do any of these projects. Will I ever do any of them? Maybe one or two, but that's about it. The author seems to be more of a hunting cowboy type and an avid Cowboy Action Shooting enthusiast, and a lot of of the projects deal with old lever guns and shotguns. Nothing wrong with that, just not my zone of focus. For example, when I saw a project titled "Chamber And Bore Polishing" I thought, "Alright! I can finally fix that feeding issue I have with my [a certain model of combat handgun I own]!" Nope, wrong. The project showed how to polish the chambers on a double-barrel shotgun instead of the "normal" conotation of polishing the chamber on a semi-auto pistol or any sort of rifle. In the entire book there was only one handgun project, and in keeping with the cowboy theme, that project was to replace the trigger return spring on a Ruger single-action revolver.Overall the project procedures were spot-on, but there is one project in particular that I have to criticize slightly: shortening a barrel. The author assumes (because it's his rifle) that a scope will be mounted on the rifle after the barrel is shortened, but what if you wish begin sights instead? There was no mention of how to install a fresh front sight where there was never one before; and depending on whether the rifle had begin sights to start with, a fresh rear sight might need to be installed from scratch also. He also created sure to use a stainless steel barrel in his example, so no touch-up blueing was needed afterward. That's the only project in the book that I feel was left incomplete. Well, actually, now that I think about it, the scope mounting project assumed the receiver was already drilled & tapped, so I guess that project is somewhat incomplete as well, though perhaps drilling & tapping a receiver is a separate project in its own y of the projects require specialty tools; it'll cost quite a beautiful penny to buy all the tools, jigs, fixtures, and materials referenced in this book! And where are you supposed to shop all these specialty tools and set up huge power tools like drill presses and belt sanders? This book is written for people who live on rural acreage and have a separate home workshop in the backyard; not too practical for people whose "workshop" is a corner of a garage in a high-density Southern California metropolis (especially if they actually use that garage for parking vehicles instead of setting up a workshop!). It's a catch-22, I think. Anyone who has a home workshop to perform these projects probably already knows how to do them and doesn't need this book, and those of us who need the book also need a store space.But like I said earlier, I enjoyed reading every page of this book, and the material is well-presented (if you overlook all the typos). I can understand exactly what's going on and follow what the author is describing... and if *I* can, beautiful much anyone can. The book is only 155 pages long but is PACKED with useful information; and when you consider the low price that Amazon charges for it, you just can't go wrong with this book. Even the book itself is high quality, a hardcover edition with thick glossy pages. I'm really glad I bought it, and that's the bottom line. After reading it, I'm also really glad I never bit on AGI's Practical Gunsmithing course for $597! :)One latest item of information. The very latest chapter is devoted to building a custom bolt-action rifle from scratch. The author begins with a Mauser action from Charles Daly. Unfortunately, Charles Daly (K.B.I.) went out-of-business early latest year (months before the publishing date of this book!), so it might be tough to begin "from scratch" anymore; i.e. not a lot of manufacturers sell bare actions. If I'm not mistaken, I believe Remington is selling the Mauser actions now, but I'm not 100% sure of that; they might be selling full rifles based on the actions instead.
I bought this book on Kindle - that was a huge mistake. I really should have thought that part out before purchasing it. It would have been "okay" if I had it in book form, but it is still a very primary book. It spends a lot of time on setting up your workshop, buying tools, etc. that I'm sure would be helpful for some people, and it is written well. Other than that, it does go over the skills important for primary gunsmithing, but just not more than an "okay" rating for me and my skill level. Your mileage may vary.
The book spends more time on long guns than handguns but is an simple and enjoyable read. I liked Mr. Towsley's style and the method he mixed in a few stories as he passed along lessons from his a lot of years of gunsmithing.
The phrase in the title of this review is a quote from the second chapter of this book and epitomizes the practical, wise and accessible approach of the book can be all things to all people, and a book on home gun smithing will necessarily reflect the types of guns the author already has in his collection. Though there is a amazing deal in this book that is generally useful, its basic focus is on bolt action rifles. Likewise, the audience of this book is people familiar with tools and generally familiar with firearms but with zero experience doing their own gun smithing.Understanding its focus and audience, then, this book is absolutely fabulous, and I consider it to be one of the best in its is book is filled with the sort of info that helps you short-cut the experience curve by learning from the author's experience rather than your own. Having learned some of the material in this book the hard way, I can really appreciate the value of what the author is offering.I do a considerable amount of home gun smithing on a wide array of rifles, but there are some things I haven't done, such as shortened and re-crowned barrels, because I lack equipment such as lathes. This book explains precisely how to accomplish these tasks without lathes!He starts at the very beginning by explaining not just what tools you need, but why you need them and how they are used. He also contains a number of perfect hints won from his experience, such as using rosin to keep a barrel in a barrel vise. This book goes from basics such as installing recoil pads all the method through building a custom rifle using a short-chambered barrel and an in-the-white action. Along the way, he covers Duracoat finishing, glass and pillar bedding, trigger work, rifle maintenance, how to choose used rifles and more. This is all painstakingly documented with perfect (and I mean excellent) photos.Will this book turn you into a superb gunsmith overnight? No. Mastery of any field takes about 10,000 hours of work, and no book can give you that. But this book will obtain the beginner off to a amazing begin while helping to avoid common pitfalls. Safety (both gun safety and store safety) are stressed is is a amazing book and I highly recommend it for those interested in maintaining and enhancing their own rifles or rehabilitating old rifles.
I just got this book, but looking through it looks like what I expected from Mr. Towsley. I have several of his books an they go into a lot of detail and he explains it very well. I'm not a gunsmith, but this book should take me in the path I need to go if I ever have a gun functioning problem.
I purchased this book as a amazing starting point for gunsmithing. Overall I can't say that I'm disappointed, especially considering the price that I was able to buy this book with its beautiful, full color photography. The only shortcoming is the minimal scope of the work. A amazing put to begin for general gunsmithing guidance, this is not the book that you wish if you're trying to do anything beyond primary gun projects.
I received this book a couple of days ago and I have read it from cover to cover, I must say that Bryce has some amazing knowledge in gunsmithing and yet he explains it so even beginners can understand and follow his instructions. Pictures are detailed with very amazing notations. He covers a few projects so you can pick up an old rifle and it up to a fresh rifle or just restore it a e only draw back is that I wished that he had more projects and it was a lot bigger book than it is. But anyhow a amazing valuable reference book to have.
I've been following the Ballerina Project for several years, mostly on Facebook, Tumblr and Instagram. I've always been a fan of Dane's work on this project and was very excited to hear that a book was coming out (but sad to hear the project was ending).I just got the book today and in short, it is incredible. A stunning set of images, a high quality book and amazing printing. What grabbed me the most when I opened the box is that the cover is created out of the same satin pointe shoe material that pointe shoes have. Love the attention to detail and the thought to do short, it is a amazing book at WELL worth the $28 it currently is on Amazon (after seeing it, I'd pay much more than that). Highly recommended.
There is something very unique about these photographs taken by Dane @#$%agi. Dance is all about the lines made in space. Lines, shapes, and forms of town scapes and nature scenes compliment the poses and positions of the ballerinas captured during one moment in time. The moods are evocative and flipping through the pages and discovering each image is mesmerizing. This book would create a amazing bonus for any ballet lover, or for yourself!
I followed the Ballerina Project on FB for a while now and always loved their photos. The book is a collection of those photos. They are so well done. Not only are the ballerinas attractive they are also shown to be powerful and showing amazing form.
This is a attractive book for any ballerina or foranyone who enjoys the arts. The photography is amazing. Also gives amazing ideas for that ballet dancer or mom the photographer, poses for your own collection.
This is a short read, and in case you're occupied with investigating what reflection brings to the table you, this is a decent put to begin. The creator gives a speedy establishing in the history and the a lot of advantages, and rapidly proceeds onward to the various sorts of contemplation hone. There are a lot of hints gave on the best method to give yourself a decent chance of accomplishment in building a durable and advantageous propensity. It's entirely fundamental data, yet that is the plan.
Its will guided you to create adorable furniture. well written and so informative book. Can use your a pocket tutorial book for wood ere are a lot of hints gave on the best method to give yourself a decent chance of accomplishment in building a durable and advantageous propensity. It's entirely fundamental data, yet that is the plan. I found simple technique in this book to do repair and improve my home.
A amazing book even for those who believe they know it all. You will be able to pick up some techniques that can truly save you time and fingers.I know a bit about woodworking and this book helps me understand how to do things I've yet to [email protected]#$%!& looks to be a amazing reference for novices as well.Excellent book. Loaded with info on every aspect of woodworking. highly recommended.
This book was used as a text book for the primary woodworking course which I took a lot of years ago. I think it gives a amazing primary understanding of woodworking. A very amazing book in woodworking, I have found theory, technics and practices very clear and fully illustrated,
Very detailed and informative. There are amazing illustrations and he is very descriptive. There is also a huge emphasis on safety and he covers a lot of aspects of safe saw operation that a novice woodworker would be oblivious to. One example is while feeding a piece of wood through a table saw a splitter is important to prevent the wood from pinching the saw blade and causing the board to kick up in the operator's face. There were a lot of other examples too. Now I just have to save enough cash to buy the tools.
Woodworking is one of those romanticized hobbies you see and you wish to try, but rarely do because you don't know where to start. I think this book can help. It describes everything a beginner must have, from tools and proper light to types of wood and screws. The book is simple to follow through and consistent in its explanation with illustration as a tutorial for the reader. All in all the tutorial is very amazing and it is a amazing starting point.
This is the second book in the woodworking series by J.J. Sandor! Obtain ready for several indoor and outdoor furniture woodworking plans to begin out on! These plans come to you in easy and simple to understand texts. By making the stuff in this book, you will begin your woodworking venture out right, with solid, stable primary skill sets, and techniques that will ensure a success!
Woodworking is a craft that needs a lot of practice and I really wanted to learn this craft that is why when I saw this kindle guidebook in Amazon I waste no time and grab it. At first I thought it will be hard to learn how this woodworking DIY craft works but after reading this book for 1-2 hours I came into my senses and I told myself " wow this book instructions is really well explained and simple to understand " I now know that if you really wants to learn you will search method to obtain started with it and this book is the respond to my problem.
perfect book. I have been a woodworker and cabinet maker for a lot of years. The material is clear concise and well organized, not only was it a pleasure to read, it will support me to become a better crafts person.
This is a amazing book to buy in the early stages of learning about woodworking. The content is thorough and covers a lot of aspects of woodwork. Each subject is clearly explained and well supported by the author.
Poorly written and published, there are printing errors throughout. As far as the info presented in the book it's what seems like endless rambling in the first half that doesn't actually teach you anything useful then the explanations of various joints, tools, techniques, etc, aren't explained well and aren't even accompanied by pictures or drawings. And the 'plans' ,if you can call them that, are all at the back of the book and are printed in such low quality they are blurry, little and some text and measurements are impossible to create out. I have lots of instructional books in my library so I know what a quality diy instruction book should read like and this is just painfully poor sorry to say.I'll be returning the book soon
Don't waste your time or money. First, it's most definitely not a step by step, and the "projects" are impossible to see/use. The complete disregard for the rules of the English language is either impressive or horrifying. Thank goodness Amazon has a return policy.
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This is the worst book ever written and proofread. Don't buy! There is nothing in this book that shows you how to do anything. I think this was a high school project that shows you what woodworking is but doesn't present how to build anything. I would give this book an F-. It only gives very brief definitions of woodworking terminology. Very disappointed in this book.
Thus book which allow you introduce, is one of those romanticized side interests you see and you want to attempt, however infrequently do on the grounds that you don't know where to begin. I figure this book can help. It portrays everything an apprentice must have, from devices and legitimate light to kinds of wood and e book is simple to complete and steady in its clarification with delineation as an instructional exercise for the peruse. With everything taken into acc the instructional exercise is extremely astonishing and it is an astounding beginning stage.
The paper is a knockout selection of double-sided, intensely colourful and detailed traditional-style designs with contrasting backings. The inks range from flat to gloss to metallic and all papers have a very smooth waxy/semi-gloss finish. Fortunately they do not have the particularly noxious smell that some papers do, but the booklet does emit some odors that may be offensive to the chemically sensitive for close-up work and needs to be aired out. I was shocked by the quality of the paper in a kit targeted for for beginning-to-intermediate folders. That alone has me entirely satisfied with the purchase. The booklet is a booklet, not a book, and in its brevity condenses steps that would be better shown in a longer series of simpler diagrams into fewer diagrams with numbers for which folds to do in sequence. This would be hard for a beginner to grasp and would be quite discouraging if this were their only source for learning. They would be better off learning the techniques of primary origami from some easy projects easily found for free online or from the library, or even from a little packet of orgami paper that inclues instructions for a few standard models in the packaging, as a lot of do. There are some projects in the booklet that are easy enough for a beginner, but the projects are not presented in order of complexity. The models are nicely diverse, by a dozens of amazing designers, and are likely to offer at least a few that are various even for experienced origamists, who would surely appreciate the papers.
Purchased for my 13 year old who absolutely loves working with any kind, shape, design or thickness of paper. HE LOVES THIS! We have now sat down and had 'Origami-offs'! They have been very fun! I didn't realize what a fun thing it would be for me as S:The product is extremely well worth the money. The papers are very amazing quality with attractive prints on them. The instruction book is well written with fairly simple to read, concise descriptions of how to build origami pieces. The Box is well constructed out of cardboard and will keep onto the contents for a time, not to leave you with a mound of paper and book and no NS:The instructions, in my opinion, could easily have a couple of pieces for smaller and more beginner people. I think they are AWESOME foldables, however, I even had a hard time with a couple of them. I am an adult of a specific age... ;>)Thank you for making such a amazing e picture is the first Koi our family has ever owned! A proud Koi from said 13 year old!
Simply stunning. I purchased this origami set simply because I liked the photo of the carp and thought it would be fun to create and display. This set impressed me far more upon e set is housed in a square box containing the instruction booklet and underneath the origami paper. I won't comment too much on the origami instructions. I found them to be simple to follow howevef origami can be tricky and someone else might search them to be e true reason I rated this set 5 stars is the paper. The designs are exquisite and stunning. The paper is double sided and features gorgeous patterns ranging from flowers, gold leif looking zig zags, to attractive fan motifs. I will actually order more of these just to obtain the paper.HIGHLY RECOMMENDED,
This is a amazing beginner step-by-step book for origami. I gave the 4-Stars because there are a couple instances where a single direction within a pattern is hard to follow or is unclear. I've created all of the patterns, and there is a amazing dozens in this book. The paper it comes with is true origami paper and is awesome to work with. The paper alone makes this kit worth it, and the book is an added bonus. I recommend this kit.
I tried the first two projects with my 9 year old. We had to abandon the projects half method as we could not create sense of the instructions. The steps appear to have been condensed in order to limit the number of pages. This book is useless. Had a lot of promise, but ended up being frustrating. You'll be better off buying origami paper and looking for projects on YouTube, where at least you can tell what you need to do.
Despite the reviews of others here, I found the folding paper to be glossy magazine-like, and was unforgiving. Tight corners would tear easily, and folds were not pliable or adjustable like some more "cotton-like" papers. Plus the papers did emit a "ink-like" odor and left smudges on the hands. Paper patterns were quite beautiful though.
This is a small book with 53 pages of actual origami instructions (17 designs). It arrives nicely and safely packed with 144 sheets of really delightful paper. I generally test out instructions with practice paper before using the ‘good stuff’, and did so with some of these designs, then used the ‘good stuff’, which is actually quite nice to use.I am probably stuck at being a low to mid-intermediate folder in some ways; and I was a bit disappointed with the instructions, some of which I would have had a bit of problem with if I had not already had Michael LaFosse’s butterfly and geometric origami books (which are well done). Not to say that is Mr. LaFosse’s fault, as Tuttle Publishing did the book and there are other origamists’ designs in there as well. A more advanced origamist would probably not bother with this book at all. Some of the designs you can obtain just about anywhere – lotus, balloon, masu, crane, , I was torn between giving this 3 or 4 stars, decided on 3 because of the somewhat inadequate instructions knowing this is aimed at low-intermediate folders (see above). So I can’t really recommend it wholeheartedly. But, the paper is really nice and I am enjoying doing the projects. The cost is low enough so I figure the paper plus the fresh (not the traditional) instructions are worth it.
The origami projects in this book are hard to follow but once you understand the procedures they are quite simple. The paper they provide, however, is very thin and beautiful, with intricate designs on one side and monochromatic color on the other. This provides at least over 200 pieces of paper and will latest the user for quite awhile. The book itself, which info the products, is short and there are close to 10 projects included.
The book is a step-by-step introduction to astral travel and astral projections, ideal for beginners as well as for people who already experienced something related but need more polishing. It is concise, precise and targeted. It offers historical background of astral projection, it's not a fresh things, as well as the benefits of you go through the book you will search out that it gives an simple to understand explanation of outer body experience occurrence, as scary as it sounds, including detailed instruction on how to achieve it and feel comfortable about it, and of course differ it from daydreaming and just dreaming.I would recommend the book to anyone interested in starting their own astral journey and who is willing to improve their quality of life.
Review: ASTRAL PROJECTION by Tabatha ZalotI have read several of Ms. Zalot's books, and search them engaging and written with clarity. Her presentation are readily understood, even if the reader is skeptical. Such remains real with ASTRAL PROJECTION, a short tutorial exploring the history of the practice and its procedures. Even if one considers this practice "New Age" (it's not, as its history shows), this tutorial is still a useful short read.
I felt rather ripped off when my book arrived and it was barely more than a manual. However, it is my own fault as I did not check the number of pages before ordering. I just assumed this was a comprehensive book, 200+ pages, when it is actually the length of an instruction manual. The content was amazing for how small it was. Definitely a amazing intro to astral travel, but I would recommend purchasing the kindle ver and saving yourself the additional $10. If you're looking for more depth and information, this is not the book for you. This barely grazed the a lot of subjects of astral travel and did not contain much detail.
This book explains how an outer body experience can either be induced or accidentally experienced. It discusses the physiological aspect of how an astral projection can occur, what history it beholds and how one can travel the astral plane. I think anyone would have fun reading this book regardless of how scientifically inclined they are. What I would have appreciated more would have been some references or actually backed up material that could authenticate the material. Otherwise, It was a amazing read.
I enjoyed reading this book. There's a lot of useful info about astral projection. The author provides an historical view on the topic, addresses common misconceptions, and offers a lot of techniques to utilize when attempting to have an out of body e book is a fast read and well written.
My latest interest in the energetic globe eventually led me to the subject of astral projection and a need for practical sources of information on the topic. This book was very practical in length, tonality and completeness. Definitely recommend it to anyone just beginning their journey.
This book is about the distinction between the physical body, the mortal form and the spiritual body, the material dimension and being able to travel outside of physical, detaching the spiritual from the bodily one and touching your metaphysical self in a safe and harmless way. Anyone who is trying to do this, getting out of one’s body wonders things like, “Will I be able to come back?” And “Why should I even consider doing this and what are the benefits or rewards?” Besides the metaphysical awakening, enhanced imagination, life after death confirmation, private growth, the ability to time travel among other benefits, there is the liberation of death fears, which to me is the largest boon to doing this. We all wish to obtain shed of this fear of death and what better method can there be than to give yourself the proof that you can do it now so that when we bite that final bullet, we know what’s coming?The author, Tabitha Zalot has lain out a method, several really, of how to prepare for your flight to the astral plane with suggestions on how to do it, something I have not come across before. My next step now is to actually do it.
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I read the whole thing in a couple of days and it was such an simple read!!Perfect starting point for someone fresh to the science of project management. I note some amazing point and i will surly follow this book instruction.
I got a lot of info about all my questions. I'm glad to have these books in my library. I would recommend these books anyone looking to gain some knowledge on this subject. It is worth reading.
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I have read other non-books but this book is much various than all books. I found a lot in the book, which helped me a fresh way.I would like to say if you did not buy the book just buy the book right e author did a amazing job. Such a book impressed us all.
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Other than the initial project image, there are no other photos showing how the projects go together. There are tool descriptions, but no corresponding photos to go with the descriptions. Yes, I hold harping on the lack of images, but a lot of hands on people are visually oriented. Pictures are worth a thousand words and really can support to clear up what the author assumes the reader knows about various parts of a project.
Purchased to read up on general woodworking. Has beautiful amazing amount of information for any novice looking to learn more about it. The author has a vast experience not only in woodworking, but also, and perhaps more importantly at this level, in *teaching* woodworking. He can explain the different concepts and techniques very eloquently, precisely and concisely. The descriptions are so accurate that it feels like you are actually seeing it done - no, doing it yourself, even though you are (like I was) sitting in a train. The pictures are also excellent, and the balance between text, pictures, drawings and sidebars denotes first-class editing.
I found the book to be an perfect beginning book for woodworkers as well as a amazing refresher for a skilled woodworker. I've got method too a lot of books on woodworking. Method too a lot of tools not covered in sawdust, too. My wife used to say I was a woodworking collector, not a woodworker. So when I say this is the finest of the beginner books on the subject, it comes from lots of reading. Just the section on properly dimensioning wood is worth the purchase price. Fantastic, step by step instruction to producing an accurate piece of wood.
Woodworking has been around since the dawn of time, in one form or another. There is evidence from ancient Rome, Egypt, China, and Japan. Modern woodworking has several various fields to specialize in, and most of them require a various store set up and important tools. An artist specializing in this field will have extensive knowledge about how people used to build or create wooden items. Other types of woodworking contain basket weaving, clock making, toy making, creating intricate cutting boards, and making special wooden instruments. I'm happy with this guide. I purchase this eBook from Amazon. Thankful!
This book provides background for setting up a workshop, tools you'll need, and even some projects. Unless you are a lot more skilled than I am though, I recommend supplemented your choice of first projects with a few more beginner-based project books from your local library or with an online search. Knowing the whats, hows, and whys is a lot various than actually doing the work. I'd also recommend that you begin your practice work on cheap cuts of wood. Also, practice cuts, drilling, and joinery on scrap pieces. When you move on to choice hardwood, begin with a little project. Amazing luck!
The book is written clearly and starting from the very beginning of everything and builds from there. This book is not about specific technique. It is about the thought process you go through in selecting and applying a technique. It is about approaching things from a self-conscious perspective of Craftsmanship in woodworking. That probably sounds like the mystical-babble that most practical craftsman hate, but I found myself in complete sync with the author's thought process in about the first four paragraphs of the introduction, and I am all about practicality.
This book gives an encyclopedic coverage woodworking. It is comprehensive, covering all of the tools and their usage, along with a wide range of techniques. It also goes into amazing depth on what wood is, and where it comes from. Since wood is a natural material, with amazing variation between species and even between trees, this is of vital importance to a woodworker.I consider this a general knowledge book, which is exactly what I was looking for. Amazing picture quality, a lot of information, and well written.
I gave a review of another book on what could be called 'woodworking basics' and I swore by it without reservations. With this one, I have to scream it from the rooftops . . . this manual is excellent!!!! It is truly and completely packed with what I'd say, volumes of information! It begins with how wood is extracted and formed from different trees into the types and grades of various woods and their uses, to the a lot of tools one can choose to make products
This book should be part of every workshop. It has an overview of everything you could ever need from types of wood and sourcing, to furniture dimensions and standards, to tool use and maintenance. I have several books on carpentry for my store and whenever there is a question about how to use a tool or which joint to use I reach for this book first. It is a unbelievable resource, and I have bought it as a bonus several times for departing interns.
The book is designed for beginners and covers the primary principles of getting started in the craft. It is a very rewarding craft and can even lead to some cash if you are willing to place the time in. This book goes over everything you should need to know starting out about woodworking in an simple to understand and organised manner. Would create a amazing bonus for someone who is interested in DIY projects or someone looking for a hobby.
I am 74, not a recommend age to begin learning programming. Did a lot of programming back at the time of VisualBasic 1 thru 3 and then decided there were more interesting things... I am now a SOA specialist and I have decided it is time to begin programming again, with a more modern tool and chose .Net C#. I intend to begin writing web services (soon) :).The book I am reviewing has turned out to be perfect: I now understand OOP quite clearly as implemented by C# and I love debugging step by step the code which comes with the book. It makes everything so e book makes sure every single line of code is explained. I am now adding my own comments, step by step into the code (can't rely much any more on the old neurons) and feel I am progressing quite steadily. Isn't this what a beginner's book should be about?Make sure to comment a copy of the code since for some reason, a nasty "Error CS0501 'in(string)' must declare a body because it is not marked abstract, extern, or partial" has begun appearing in the code :(Will hold updating this post.Update: Although I was aware of it, I failed to mention that the error mentioned above had nothing to do with the author's code -which presents no mistake that I am aware of - but rather came from my fiddling with the code. The error disappeared without explanation:)