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Saws and Sawing

Saws and Sawing
Although the saw is one of the most basic of tools and tends to be taken for granted, many hours of effort can be saved and more accurate work produced if the user has a better knowledge of how saws work and how to keep them in good condition. This invaluable guide to the saw provides detailed guidance on the use of and maintenance of all types of saws, both hand and mechanical.

Pages: 95
Published: 2005, Workshop Practice Series No.10, Special Interest Model Books, UK
150mm x 210mm, soft cover, new
SKU SKU17943
Quantity in stock 2 item(s) available
Weight 0.30 kg
Author Ian Bradley
ISBN 0-85242-887-1
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