While pride of place usually goes to a lathe or milling machine, any workshop worthy of the name will have a host of hand tools and accessories to tackle a vast range of other tasks. Yet these are often supplied without detailed instructions, or even any guidance at all. Who has ever seen an instruction manual for a file? However, with the right advice, you can get better results, make your tools last much longer and work faster with less effort.
Making and Using Small Workshop Tools by Neil Wyatt
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About the author
Neil Wyatt is an environmentalist ecologist and a lifelong model maker: He had his first workshop at the age of about fourteen. He gets great satisfaction from creating unusual working models, as well as making and modifying tools and workshop equipment. He is also the editor of the popular magazine Model Engineers’ Workshop. This is his fourth book for Crowood.
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