Carpentry And Joinery

Carpentry and Joinery 1  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Bayron at May 21, 2014
Carpentry and Joinery 1

Carpentry and Joinery 1 by Brian Porter, Chris Tooke
English | 2001 | ISBN: 0750651350 | 304 pages | PDF | 13,4 MB

Circular Work in Carpentry and Joinery  

Posted by Oleksandr74 at April 17, 2012
Circular Work in Carpentry and Joinery

George Collings - Circular Work in Carpentry and Joinery
Linden Publishing Co. | 1992 | ISBN: 0941936228 | English | 136 pages | PDF | 22.5 MB
Trim Carpentry and Built-Ins: Taunton's BLP: Expert Advice from Start to Finish (Repost)

Clayton Dekorne, Andrew Wormer, "Trim Carpentry and Built-Ins: Taunton's BLP: Expert Advice from Start to Finish"
2002 | pages: 531 | ISBN: 1561584789 | PDF | 20,9 mb
Mathematics for Carpentry and the Construction Trades (3rd Edition) (repost)

Mathematics for Carpentry and the Construction Trades (3rd Edition) by Alfred P. Webster
English | ISBN 10: 0135114004 | 2011 | PDF | 408 pages | 4.4 MB

Mathematics for Carpentry and the Construction Trades, Third Edition, offers a unique approach based on the authors' experience in building construction and applied education. Loaded with photographs and detailed drawings, the text illustrates the underlying mathematics in each step of the building process.
Carpentry and Framing Inspection Notes: Up to Code (repost)

Carpentry and Framing Inspection Notes: Up to Code by Gil Taylor
English | 2005 | ISBN: 0071448861 | 224 pages | PDF | 9,4 MB

Up to Code: Carpentry and Framing Inspection Notes is an on-the-job “cliff notes” resource, packed with information that will save time and money while ensuring quality. To-do checklists, charts and tables with at-a-glance calculations, who’s-responsible-for-what info, and diagrams that clearly illustrate complicated information make it fast and easy for busy building professionals to do their jobs thoroughly and efficiently, and avoid costly mistakes.
Carpentry and Framing Inspection Notes: Up to Code (repost)

Gil Taylor, "Carpentry and Framing Inspection Notes: Up to Code"
2005 | ISBN: 0071448861 | 224 pages | PDF | 9,4 MB

Up to Code: Carpentry and Framing Inspection Notes is an on-the-job “cliff notes” resource, packed with information that will save time and money while ensuring quality. To-do checklists, charts and tables with at-a-glance calculations, who’s-responsible-for-what info, and diagrams that clearly illustrate complicated information make it fast and easy for busy building professionals to do their jobs thoroughly and efficiently, and avoid costly mistakes.
Carpentry and Framing Inspection Notes: Up to Code (repost)

Gil Taylor, "Carpentry and Framing Inspection Notes: Up to Code"
M.g.H | 2005 | ISBN: 0071448861 | 224 pages | PDF | 10 MB
Manual Completo De La Madera, La Carpinteria Y La Ebanisteria/Complete Manual of Wood, Carpentry and Cabinet Work

Albert Jackson, David Day “Manual Completo De La Madera, La Carpinteria Y La Ebanisteria/Complete Manual of Wood, Carpentry and Cabinet Work"
Ediciones Del Prado | 2004-06-30 | ISBN: 8478383425 | 320 pages | PDF | 59,3 MB

Carpentry and Framing Inspection Notes: Up to Code  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by maxxum at Jan. 28, 2007
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Gil Taylor, «Carpentry and Framing Inspection Notes: Up to Code»
McGraw-Hill | ISBN 0071448861 | March 31, 2005 | PDF | 1.2 Mb | 224 Pages

Up to Code: Carpentry and Framing Inspection Notes is an on-the-job “cliff notes” resource, packed with information that will save time and money while ensuring quality. To-do checklists, charts and tables with at-a-glance calculations, who’s-responsible-for-what info, and diagrams that clearly illustrate complicated information make it fast and easy for busy building professionals to do their jobs thoroughly and efficiently, and avoid costly mistakes. The books help building pros establish and meet inspection guidelines, and provide clients with schedules and specifications.
M.C. Escher - Animated Metamorphose (java) and other works

M.C. Escher - Animated Metamorphose (java) and other works
39 pic | various sizes | jpg | 5 MB

Maurits Cornelis, or "Mauk" as he came to be nicknamed, was born in Leeuwarden, The Netherlands. He was the youngest son of civil engineer George Arnold Escher and his second wife, Sara Gleichman. He was a sickly child, and was placed in a special school at the age of seven and failed the second grade. In 1903, the family moved to Arnhem where he took carpentry and piano lessons until he was thirteen years old.