Real World Know-How You Wish You Learned in High School
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|Format:||Paperback / softback, 136 pages|
|Other Information: ||Illustrated|
|Published In: ||United States, 01 March 2011|
Metal working projects confront every homeowner. From installing and maintaining galvanized metal rain gutters and downspouts, to repairing and augmenting ductwork for hot-air heating systems, to cutting and joining iron and copper pipe for plumbing repairs and installations, Metal Working will help the handy homeowner tackle many of these tasks himself, saving money and guaranteeing good results.
Although home metal working is not as widespread as woodworking, many home workshops include metal working equipment. This book will give the reader a basic introduction to metal working tools, skills, and techniques. Covering everything from understanding the differences among the various metals and their alloys, to cutting metal with a hacksaw, the reader will learn all the fundamentals of working with metal through finishing surfaces by grinding, polishing and patinating.
About the Author
John Kelsey is a journalist, an editor and a writer who specialises in woodworking and furniture making. He is a former editor in chief for Fine Woodworking magazine and the author of several woodworking books. He currently serves as the Editorial Director for Fox Chapel Publishing.
|Publisher: ||Fox Chapel Publishing|
|Dimensions: ||22.58 x 19.15 x 0.71 centimeters (0.37 kg)|