Success with Bandsaws - Eric GravesLewes: Guild of Master Craftsman Publications, 2007, Paperback.
Condition: Near Fine
Contains: Colour photographs; Glossary;
From the cover: “The compact and versatile bandsaw is one of the most ubiquitous workshop machines — in a small shop it may well be the only machine. Its ability to cut both straight lines and curves makes it indispensable to turners and carvers, as well as to mainstream woodworkers such as joiners and cabinetmakers. This book shows you how to get the best from it by choosing the most suitable machine for your needs, setting it up and maintaining it correctly, and selecting the most appropriate blade for the job in hand.
The handsaw’s usefulness can be greatly extended by the use of jigs, fences and templates tailor-made for particular jobs. Eric Graves describes a range of these which you can make for yourself, thereby saving money at the same time as making the work safer and more efficient.”