Log Cabin Secrets: Book 1: Mitered Joinery
This book is also available as an eBook -- at Amazon and Apple book stores.
Please click on one of the links at the bottom of this page.
THIS BOOK INCLUDES:
Step-by-Step instructions for the log-to-log joinery to make beautiful log roof trusses, log accents, and log post-and-beam structures.
Mitered joinery is naturally strong, and naturally good-looking. in the past, though, it has required "lofting" —a fussy and demanding process that requires a huge, strong, flat, level work surface: a surface as big as the truss being built. Few people have a lofting deck, so using mitered joinery was out of their reach. . . .
Now, thanks to my advancements to mitered joinery, you can produce these structures with as few tools as a chalkline and a small piece of MDF for a table.
In this book I teach the basics of how to choose good logs, snapping the lines on the logs, and then laying out the cut-lines for each joint. I offer you three layout methods: Simple Angle; Storyboard; and Spreadsheet. You choose the method that you like, and that suits your project.
40 pages; more than 140 illustrations. Full color graphics and photos on every page.
Clearly written. Even the complex techniques are easy to understand.
Metric and Feet-Inches for all important dimensions. English language.
Click one of the links below to view and buy as an E-Book:
Click to go to "Mitered Joinery and Advanced Mitered Joinery" in the Apple Book Store (Apple/Mac only) Books 1 & 2 are in one file (one eBook) for $17.99. You will need the free Apple Book app (available only for Apple devices).
Or, click this link to go to Amazon (for PC and Windows, and for iPads and MacBooks that have the free Kindle app) You will buy Book 1 and Book 2 separately ($9.54 for each eBook). You will need the free Kindle app (available for all operating systems).
Please do NOT buy my eBooks for a phone: you will not be happy trying to read this on a small screen.
ALL the books in my Secrets series builds on the basic log building information in my Revised Log Construction Manual. If you are new to log building, then you should also have my Log Construction Manual.