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The Woodworker's Guide to Wood

How to Buy it, Cut it, Dry it, Grade it, Work it.

By Ron Herman

SKU# T1752-T1761-GROUP

Think you know wood?

To build beautiful furniture you first need to understand the essential properties of the wood you're working.There are hundreds of different types of wood - and there is great value in learning to properly use the wood you're working with. In this woodworking video, expert Ron Herman explains all the key aspects of wood as a furniture-making material - from its density, to how it's cut from the log, to defects and even differences in the species. Enjoy 5+ hours of how-tos in this woodworking video to learn the basic understanding and function of wood.

Order your copy of this informative woodworking video today to learn:

  • How wood grows, where it grows in the forest and how its harvested
  • What to look for when shopping for lumber and how to purchase it while getting the most out of your money
  • The proper cutting tools for different species and how wood is cut in a mill
  • What defects to look for and avoid in your lumber
  • How you can expect different types of wood to behave over the lifetime of the piece
  • And much more!


BONUS MATERIAL:
Get 9 free woodworking cheat sheet downloads with your purchase!

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About the Host:

Ron Herman has been working with wood as a master housewright and carpenter (including running a wood mill) almost all his life. He teaches wood technology in classes at his school and in magazine articles. He is also the owner of his family's 100-year-old business, Antiquity Builders of Ohio.

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A must have reference Review by Robert H
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I've been reading about wood and working with wood (as a hobbyist) for over 10 years. I was amazed at how much I did not know and how much I learned in the 302 minutes of this DVD.

It has a well organized presentation, each topic following logically from the previous topic.

I will be viewing this DVD in its entirety many times and I will refer to individual chapters as needed.

This DVD is a bargain and should be in every woodworker's library.

(Posted on 7/18/2014)

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