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Making Small Workshop Tools

Making Small Workshop Tools
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Accumulating odds and ends of bar and rod is inevitable in any lathework. This book explains how to turn them into useful little tools to simplify and speed up future projects in the home workshop.

Pages: 95
Published: 2010, Workshop Practice Series No.14, Special Interest Model Books, UK
150mm x 210mm, soft cover, new, indexed
SKU SKU18047
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Weight 0.30 kg
Author Stan Bray
ISBN 978-085242-886-3
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