woodworker

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This angle is not measured by the woodworker often, but is a matter of experience.

This is known as warping, and it is one of the troubles of the woodworker.

But woods differ in structure, and all fall short of the woodworker's ideal.

The woodworker knows how to finish the boards and treat them with fillers to bring out the figures.

Make a pencil mark on it near one of the edges, what the woodworker would call his witness mark.

This makes a very substantial and heavy board, worthy of any woodworker and worthy of being used as a table top.

A knowledge of square root is often of great value to the woodworker for estimating diagonals or squaring foundations.

The woodworker soon discovers that arithmetic is a very practical and necessary subject.

Going beyond just the tools of the woodworker, Sloane's book also includes agricultural implements.

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