The Fine Art of Cabinetmaking by James Krenov

The Fine Art of Cabinetmaking by James Krenov

Paperback — Linden Book Publishing-Woodworker’s Library Series, 2007  #JKFAC $25.00 Buy Now

In The Fine Art of Cabinetmaking, Krenov addresses perfecting technique and building to the limits of one’s skill, while providing in-depth instruction for mastering the craft of cabinetmaking. A collection of topics, including the proper way to sharpen and hone tools, techniques of hollow grinding and obtaining proper grinding angles, are detailed in this comprehensive sourcebook. Lessons devoted to using and understanding common and exotic woods, how to read grain, as well as the pros and cons of working with air-dried wood versus kiln-dried wood will educate any level of woodworker. Chapters devoted to re-sawing and problems with moisture content and wood movement are also included.

Author: Ron Hock

Owner of HOCK TOOLS (.com) and author of "The Perfect Edge, the Ultimate Guide to Sharpening for Woodworkers"

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