Get the latest boatbuilding tips from this updated classic Since its first publication in 1970, Boatbuilding Manual has become the standard reference in boatbuilding and boat design schools, in the offices of professional builders, and in the basement workshops of home builders. No other boatbuilding text has simultaneously served the disparate needs of professional and amateur audiences so successfully. Carl Cramer, the publisher of WoodenBoat and Professional Boatbuilder magazines, has fully updated this fifth edition with the latest in boatbuilding techniques and developments. Includes: The latest wood-epoxy construction methods that make amateur building more successful than ever before Recommendations on products and materials, saving you time and money substantial time and expense Topics include: Plans, Tools, Woods, Fiberglass and Other Hull Materials, Fastenings, Lines and Laying Down, Molds, Templates, and the Backbone, Setting Up, Framing, Planking, Deck Framing, Decking, Deck Joinerwork, Interior Joinerwork, Finishing, Sailboat Miscellany, Steering, Tanks, Plumbing, etc, Mechanical and Electrical, Potpourri, SafetyTable. saw. There are many choices in both bench and free-standing types. Buy the best tilting-arbor saw you can afforda8aquot;, 9aquot;, or 10aquot;, with a rip fence that adjusts along a tube or bar, if you can find one (not just a shape integral with the table edge)aand ... (Rick Conant) band saw My shop has a 12aquot; craftsman (sears ) band.
|Title||:||Boatbuilding Manual, Fifth Edition|
|Author||:||Robert Steward, Carl Cramer|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 2010-12-10|