Table of contents for Making fine furniture : : perfect results with power tools / Peter Anderson.

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Overview: The Woodworking Process
Chapter 1: About Wood
How Wood Changes
Moisture Content
Relative Humidity
Equilibrium Moisture Content
Measuring Moisture Content and Relative Humidity
How Much Expansion?
Buying Lumber
Furniture Stability
Chapter 2: Safety 
Chapter 3: Flattening Lumber
Jointer and Planer Safety
The Jointer
Direction of Feed
Jointer Adjustments
Planer Practicalities
Chapter 4: The Tablesaw
Tablesaw Safety
Guarding Arrangements
Table Inserts
Rip Fences
Miter Gauges and Crosscut Sleds
Using the Tablesaw
Cutting Rough Lumber
Adjusting the Tablesaw
Chapter 5: The Bandsaw
Bandsaw Blades
Machine Size
Using the Bandsaw
Guiding the Work
Changing Blades
Chapter 6: Routers
Plunge Routers
Router Features
Guiding a Router
Choosing a Guidance Method
Router Tables
Using a Router
Using a Router Table
Chapter 7: The Mortise-and-Tenon Joint
Designing Mortise-and-Tenon Joints
Mortising Jig
Making and Gluing Tenons
Chapter 8: Dovetails
Dovetail Jigs
Jig Requirements
Routing Technique
Dovetail Cutters
Drawer Dovetails
Drawer Sizes
Setting Up the Dovetail Jig
Procedure for Dovetailing Drawers
Chapter 9: Essential Hand Tools
Hand Planes
Card Scrapers
Chapter 10: Drill Presses and Drills
Drill Bits
Chapter 11: Measuring and Marking Tools
Marking Gauge
Measuring Calipers
Dial Gauge
Bar Gauge Heads
Chapter 12: Wood Screws
Driver Recess
Head Style
Using Wood Screws
Chapter 13: Resawing
Resawing Wide Pieces
Chapter 14: Making Wide Panels
How Straight Is Straight?
Problems With Clamps
Thick Panels
Gluing Thin Panels
Very Large Panels
A Warning
Chapter 15: Square Assemblies
Chapter 16: Sanding
Principles of Sanding
Sanding by Hand
Power Sanders
Chapter 17: Gluing
Clamping Pressure
Chapter 18: Sharpening Edged Tools
Flattening the Back
Chapter 19: Finishing
Preparing the Surface
Wiping Finishes
Building Up a Sheen
Projects Section
Chapter 20: Chest of Drawers Project
Parts List
Lumber Selection
Dovetailed Box
Frame Components
Frame Joinery
Drawer Bearers
Arrangements for a Chest Back
Screw Holes for the Top
Preparations for Frame Assembly
Frame Assembly
Frames-to-Box Assembly
Leveling the Carcass Top and Bottom
Leveling the Carcass Sides
Front Stile Chamfers
Sanding the Frames
Cock Beading
Drawer Bearers, Liners, Guides, and Kickers
The Plinth
The Top
Drawer Stops
The Chest Back, Option 1: Plywood
The Chest Back, Option 2: Frame-and-Panel
Chapter 21: Bookcase Project
Summary of Procedures
Parts List
Dovetailed Box
Front and Back Frame Components
Screw Holes for Top
Rabbets for Back Frame
Center Back Rail
Assembling the Frame
Stopping the Back Stile Rabbets
Frames-to-Box Assembly
The Top
Shelf Supports
Shelves and Floor
The Bookcase Back
Chapter 22: End Table or Bedside Table Project
Drawer Opening
Top Fixing
Bedside Table Parts List
End Table Parts List
Selecting the Lumber
Making the Table
Decorating the Legs
Shaping the Parts
Sanding Before Assembly
After Assembly
Cock Beading
Drawer Bearers and Guides
Making and Fitting the Drawer
Drawer Stops
Drawer Pull
The Shelf
The Top
Drawer Kicker
Final Touches
Metric Equivalents

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Furniture making -- Amateurs' manuals.
Power tools -- Amateurs' manuals.