1. 1978-01-01 512 pages, illustrated, photos
  2. 1986-01-01 Step-by-step instructions on how to make a try square, bevel squae, marking gauge, cutting gauge, mortise gauge, panel gauge, mallet, bow drill, bow saw, coping saw, fret saw, and hack saw. 107 pages, illustrated
  3. Key Resource 1985-06-01 This 3rdedition of an invaluable and well-established ‘Buyers’ Guide’ now offers a wider range of tools, more guidance to the buyer and user, and clearer presentation of material. An additional feature is the series of expanded introductions to each general subject area. The material for the new...
  4. Key Resource 1973-01-01 This book teaches the artist and craftsman how to make his own tools: how to design. sharpen. and temper them
  5. Key Resource 1993-11-01 This edition covers small water supply systems, renewable energy devices such as watermills and improved cookstoves, agricultural tools and implements, intensive gardening, workshop tools and equipment, crop preservation, housing, health care, forestry, aquaculture, nonformal education, small...
  6. Key Resource 1993-01-01 Third Revised Edition This standard building materials sourcebook summarizes technical data and practical information and identifies appropriate solutions to any given problem in low-cost construction.
  7. Key Resource 2003-04-02 This book is an all-in-one "hands-on guide" for nontechnical and technical people working in less developed communities. It has been developed and designed with a prestigious team of authors, each of whom has worked extensively in developing societies throughout the world. This field guide...
  8. Key Resource 1993-05-01 This guide for carpentry instructors includes detailed plans for practical demonstrations, and important theoretical aspects of the craft. The tools include planes, clamps, workbench and vice. There is also a section on basic blacksmithing techniques.
  9. Key Resource 1999-01-19 Amazon.com Description The introduction of technology into developing communities around the world is closely tied to the everyday jobs of international aid workers, engineers, health professionals, social workers, and members of religious organizations. A majority of people involved with...
  10. Do-It-Yourself techniques and an encyclopedia of tools, hardware and materials.