The Real Wood Bible

The Real Wood Bible Author Nick Gibbs
ISBN-10 1770850139
Release 2012-01
Pages 256
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An A-Z guide to 100 of the world's most popular woods illustrated with scale color photographs. Ideal for woodworkers and interior designers, it includes practical tips for choosing and storing wood and assesses the availability of sustainable supplies.



The Real Wood Bible

The Real Wood Bible Author Nick Gibbs
ISBN-10 1554070333
Release 2005
Pages 256
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A comprehensive resource for anyone who enjoys working with wood. Learn more about the wood you use regularly, and discover the benefits of species you haven't previously considered.



Wood

Wood Author Terry Porter
ISBN-10 1861088558
Release 2012
Pages 287
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More than 200 timber species from around the world are described in detail in this lavishly illustrated, compact edition of Terry Porter's best-selling book. In this indispensable guide to one of the world's most valuable natural resources there are handsome colour photographs of each species, and reliable data on working properties, seasoning requirements, typical uses and safety considerations. Inspirational examples of finished work are also shown. A further 200 species are listed in brief, and there is a comprehensive index. Aimed squarely at the individual or small-scale user, whether professional or amateur, the book includes woods used in cabinetmaking, joinery, carpentry, turning, carving and a host of more specialist applications. It covers most species in widespread use, and many less familiar ones which deserve to be better known. This new compact edition of a best-selling reference work, includes the 20 important species added to the revised and expanded edition and a section illustrating the variety of decorative figuring which can be found in many species. There is also valuable information on wood defects and potential health hazards. Specially commissioned drawings of living trees, including details of their leaves, fruit and flowers, add a new dimension to the book and serve to enhance our appreciation of the raw material of woodwork.



Understanding Wood

Understanding Wood Author R. Bruce Hoadley
ISBN-10 1561583588
Release 2000
Pages 280
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The twenty-fifth anniversary edition of this craftsman's classic instructs readers in the art of cutting, seasoning, machining, joining, and bending wood.



Wood Identification Use

Wood Identification   Use Author Terry Porter
ISBN-10 1600854656
Release 2012
Pages 287
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This comprehensive reference includes details on selecting and using more than 200 species of wood from around the world. Richly illustrated with more than 400 photos and 200 drawings, each species gets full attention with its own photo, plus in-depth information on the wood's working properties, seasoning requirements, typical uses, and safety considerations.



World Woods in Color

World Woods in Color Author William Alexander Lincoln
ISBN-10 0941936201
Release 1986
Pages 320
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Contains information on over 275 commercial woods from worldwide sources.



Reference Sources for Small and Medium sized Libraries Eighth Edition

Reference Sources for Small and Medium sized Libraries  Eighth Edition Author Jack O'Gorman
ISBN-10 9780838912126
Release 2014
Pages 312
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Focusing on new reference sources published since 2008 and reference titles that have retained their relevance, this new edition brings O’Gorman’s complete and authoritative guide to the best reference sources for small and medium-sized academic and public libraries fully up to date. About 40 percent of the content is new to this edition. Containing sources selected and annotated by a team of public and academic librarians, the works included have been chosen for value and expertise in specific subject areas. Equally useful for both library patrons and staff, this resource Covers more than a dozen key subject areas, including General Reference; Philosophy, Religion, and Ethics; Psychology and Psychiatry; Social Sciences and Sociology; Business and Careers; Political Science and Law; Education; Words and Languages; Science and Technology; History; and Performing Arts Encompasses database products, CD-ROMs, websites, and other electronic resources in addition to print materials Includes thorough annotations for each source, with information on author/editor, publisher, cost, format, Dewey and LC classification numbers, and more Library patrons will find this an invaluable resource for current everyday topics. Librarians will appreciate it as both a reference and collection development tool, knowing it’s backed by ALA’s long tradition of excellence in reference selection.



Stone Sampler

Stone Sampler Author Marco Campagna
ISBN-10 0393731189
Release 2003
Pages 123
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La quatrième de cou. porte en plus:"[A]ccompanying CD-ROM contains all the sample swatches in an easy-to-use TIFF format ..."



A Splintered History of Wood

A Splintered History of Wood Author Spike Carlsen
ISBN-10 9780061982774
Release 2009-10-06
Pages 432
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In a world without wood, we might not be here at all. Without wood, we wouldn't have had the fire, heat, and shelter that allowed us to expand into the colder regions of the planet. If civilization somehow did develop, our daily lives still would be vastly different: there would be no violins, baseball bats, chopsticks, or wine corks. The book you are now holding wouldn't exist. At the same time, many of us are removed from the world where wood is shaped and celebrated every day. That world is inhabited by a unique assortment of eccentric craftsmen and passionate enthusiasts who have created some of the world's most beloved musical instruments, feared weapons, dazzling architecture, sacred relics, and bizarre forms of transportation. In A Splintered History of Wood, Spike Carlsen has uncovered the most outlandish characters and examples, from world-champion chainsaw carvers to blind woodworkers, the Miraculous Staircase to the Lindbergh kidnapping case, and many more, in a passionate and personal exploration of nature's greatest gift.



The Complete Book of Essential Oils and Aromatherapy

The Complete Book of Essential Oils and Aromatherapy Author Valerie Ann Worwood
ISBN-10 9781608681921
Release 2012-08-23
Pages 448
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This encyclopedic book contains, in practical and easy-to-understand form, every conceivable use for essential oils and aromatherapy in everyday life. The author, a practicing aromatherapist for more than twenty years, unlocks the power of essential oils in more than 600 original recipes, most needing only a few essential oils. Unlike over-the-counter products, the recipes you make yourself contain no harmful preservatives. Most basic needs can be covered with just ten essential oils.



Historic Millwork

Historic Millwork Author Brent Hull
ISBN-10 0471416223
Release 2003-02-18
Pages 204
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&Quot;In a highly practical, categorical format, Historic Millwork compiles and interprets designs from historic trade catalogs and period trade journals to produce an accurate, indispensable guide to millwork from 1870 to 1940." "In this burgeoning field where authenticity dictates, Historic Millwork is an essential resource for anyone interested in restoring, re-creating, or preserving historic millwork from this expressive era."--platnica.



Building Wooden Machines

Building Wooden Machines Author Alan Bridgewater
ISBN-10 9781440322228
Release 2012-05-29
Pages 280
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Twenty-eight step-by-step projects result in working wooden models that demonstrate fundamental concepts of motion and mechanics such as used in cameras, combustion and steam engines, locks, and pumps.--



The Knotting Braiding Bible

The Knotting   Braiding Bible Author Dorothy Wood
ISBN-10 9781446362778
Release 2014-05-16
Pages 160
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The most comprehensive guide to knotting and braiding techniques with literally hundreds of illustrated techniques from bestselling author and crafter, Dorothy Wood. Ideal for both experienced makers as well as younger friendship bracelet makers, Dorothy shows you how to master hundreds of knotting and braiding techniques to create stunning jewelry and accessories. Techniques cover kumihimo (braiding), plaiting, knotting (including macrame) and fusion, with techniques for adding beads, using different cords/wire and attaching findings. Easy to follow step-by-step instruction and photography will help you to learn each of the different techniques. Choose from a selection of project ideas to refine your new skills including jewelry, accessories and home decor to create beautiful gifts and home decorations.



What Wood is That

What Wood is That Author Herbert L. Edlin
ISBN-10 0854420088
Release 1969
Pages 160
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A unique book containing a fold-out wallet with 40 actual veneer samples. Each wood is described in terms of 14 key characteristics to teach the method of identifying these and other woods. Illustrated.



The Encyclopedia of Wood

The Encyclopedia of Wood Author Aidan Walker
ISBN-10 0816061815
Release 2005
Pages 192
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Praise for the previous edition: "...excellent..."—Booklist An invaluable reference for woodworkers, crafters, furniture designers, and home enthusiasts, this comprehensive guide helps readers discover one of our most beautiful natural resources and learn how to use and appreciate this wonderfully versatile material. The Encyclopedia of Wood, New Edition provides an A-to-Z directory featuring more than 150 of the world s most popular woods, with information on growth rate, distribution, key characteristics, working properties, and commercial uses. Each entry includes a detailed color photograph to show the tree s unique grain, pattern, figure, and color, providing a valuable visual resource for selecting timber. An informative introduction explains the anatomy and life cycle of trees as well as the process of producing boards and veneers, and examines essential conservation issues. With approximately 225 full-color illustrations, this guide is perfect for use in a range of applications and is a one-stop resource to the remarkable world of wood.



Woodshop Dust Control

Woodshop Dust Control Author Sandor Nagyszalanczy
ISBN-10 156158116X
Release 1996
Pages 198
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Woods chips and sawdust in the woodshop are not just a nuisance - they can also present a significant health hazard. Unfortunately, information on choosing the right mask or installing a collection system has been hard to find. Until now. In this book, veteran furniture maker and author Sandor Nagyszalanczy presents a complete overview of solutions to woodshop dust problems. You'll learn how to protect yourself from respirable wood dust using masks, respirators and air-filtration devices. You'll also discover ways to control and capture the mountain's of sawdust produced by portable power tools and stationary machines - from simple, inexpensive shop vacuums and portable collectors to full-blown central dust collection systems with cyclonic preseparators. The book is filled with practical information on designing, building and installing a system that's right for your shop. And for the budget-minded, there are plans for numerous shopmade dust control devices throughout the book.



Identifying Wood

Identifying Wood Author Aidan Walker
ISBN-10 1850767556
Release 1997
Pages 80
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This compact, hardcover series offers information and full color photos and illustrations on a wonderfully wide variety of subjects. The group explores topics that range from horticulture and natural history to collectibles and pets. Written by professionals in each of the various fields, each book is indexed for easy access to information.