John Hammer,Les Steel

Men At Work Collection:Ultimate Blacksmithing Guide,Blacksmithing For Beginners & Woodworking For Beginners

Finally The Ultimate Crafting Collection With The Ultimate Blacksmithing Guide, Blacksmithing for Beginners and Woodworking For Beginners
Prehistoric humans constructed the earliest tools from twigs, branches, and different types of rock. One of the most well-known types of prehistoric stone tool is the hand axe, with which ancient humans could cut food and other items into smaller pieces. Hand axes were used to dig for tubers to eat, or water to drink; and they were also used for chopping wood. Examples have been found in Africa, and later on throughout Europe. This audiobook contains proven steps and strategies on becoming a modern-day acolyte of the forge.
Woodworking Is A Hobby That People Have Been Enjoying For Years. While In The Past It Was Used More As A Way To Make Furniture And Other Things That You Needed In The Home, It Is Now Something That You Can Do For Fun Or To Showcase Your Talent In The Home. Even Though The Reason For Woodworking Has Changed Throughout The Years, There Are Still Many Of The Same Techniques That You Can Use To Get The Most Out Of All Your Projects.
Here is a portion of what iscovered in this AudioBook:-
Blacksmithing and its History.Blacksmithing Culture.Blacksmithing Processes and Techniques.Blacksmithing Projects For Beginners.Blacksmithing Projects For the Intermediate Blacksmith.Going From Hand Tools to Power ToolsThe Basics of Sanding and Staining Your ProjectHow to Mill a Board to Square Four SidesThe Basics of Cutting Mortise and Tenon JointsBeginners Projects Such as Making A Bench, A Bookshelf, A Lawn Chair and much moreWhether you want to begin your journey towards becoming a modern day blacksmith or woodworker, this book has it all and will guide you on the correct path! Buy Now and start this incredible journey!
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