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see carpentrycarpentry,
trade concerned with constructing wood buildings, the wooden portions of buildings, or the temporary timberwork used during the construction of buildings. It comprises the larger and more structural aspects of woodwork, rather than the delicate assembling, which is
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; furniturefurniture,
properly such movables as chairs, tables, and beds; it is extended to include draperies, rugs, mirrors, lamps, and other furnishings. In its gradual evolution from periods of earliest civilization, the history of furniture parallels the progress of culture.
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; intarsiaintarsia
or tarsia,
properly a form of wood inlaying. The term is sometimes applied to inlays of other materials such as ivory and metal. It is differentiated from marquetry by the basic veneering process of the latter.
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; marquetrymarquetry
, branch of cabinetwork in which a decorative surface of wood or other substance is glued to an object on a single plane. Unlike inlaying, in which the secondary material is sunk into portions of a solid ground cut out to receive it, the technique of marquetry applies
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; veneerveneer
, thin leaf of wood applied with glue to a panel or frame of solid wood. The art of veneer developed with early civilization. It produces richly grained effects cheaply and is used also on structural parts that must be cut with the grain for strength.
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; wood carvingwood carving,
as an art form, includes any kind of sculpture in wood, from the decorative bas-relief on small objects to life-size figures in the round, furniture, and architectural decorations.

The woods used vary greatly in hardness and grain.
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woodwork

Work produced by the carpenter’s and joiner’s art, generally applied to parts of objects or structures in wood rather than the complete structure.

woodwork

the art, craft, or skill of making things in wood; carpentry
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Editorial Note: Les Neufeld is a professional machinist and an avid woodworker. He received his woodworking training at BCIT, and then earned Bachelor's and Master's degrees at UBC in Vancouver, Canada.
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A meditative calm has always filled the Nakashima Woodworkers property in rural New Hope, Pennsylvania, a quality cultivated by its founder, celebrated midcentury designer George Nakashima.
Rose, of Elkton, has represented forest industry workers for 36 years through the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers/Woodworkers District Lodge in Gladstone and the International Woodworkers of America Local Lodge in Reedsport.
Vance Communications Canada is busily developing a pair of events focused squarely on helping North American woodworkers improve their productivity, quality and ultimately their bottom lines.
Looking beyond obvious skill and technical finesse, Furniture with Soul: Master Woodworkers and Their Craft offers a more organic perspective of the pieces created by the twenty woodworkers featured within.
His specific attention to the peening and honing of the blade brings me to share a recent book discovery, The Perfect Edge, The Ultimate Guide to Sharpening for Woodworkers, by Ron Hock.
They just love the idea of making something, and they want quality training by master woodworkers."