Taunton Press Turning Wood
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    Turning Wood

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      by Richard Raffan
      Thousands of novice turners have learned to turn with Turning Wood with Richard Raffan. Completely revised and updated, this classic is the definitive book on turning. With new techniques and up-to-date information on tools, this book is a great resource for every turner. Turning expert Richard Raffan's easy-to-follow instructions show you how to choose the right chucks and tools for the job, sharpen and maintain your tools, handle tools safely and efficiently and learn the basics with ease.
    • 202 pages
    • Soft Cover

    Taunton Press Turning Wood Reviews

    0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

    A bit hurried - "This is how I do it".

    Comments On Dec 02, 2014:I'd like to know why something is done, not just how the author does it. Knowing why sets the foundation for applying skills acquired to other tasks. It would help you apply what you have learned to tools and projects not covered in the specific book or video.
    That is not the author's approach. He also places excessive emphasis on the skew chisel, a relatively advanced turner's tool, which diminishes the benefit to the beginner or a bit more experienced turner while also creating frustration.
    I do not recommend this book.

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