Evesham, United Kingdom (PressExposure) February 10, 2012 -- From first glances at the E-book it looks well published and packed to the brim with facts and information on a variety of topics. It primarily addresses novices and beginners within the woodworking industry or those who use woodwork tools in their hobbies and general day to day life.
The book breaks down and covers virtually all woodworking tools and the majority of models and different types of tool they consist of; these are then explained and compared to expose the differences and help the reader differentiate between. This is extremely helpful as beginners may not be sure what tool to use for a specific job and a thorough read of the book will most definitely solve any questions new woodworking users have on this subject.
It should also be noted this book is entirely free to download, read, print out - do whatever with. This is a huge gamble and big step for the author and business as the majority of books relating to this industry charge a minimum of £2-3 for most e-books and paper books. The author of the E-book is luckily on hand to explain the book and the choice of distributing it for free; below he gives a quick account of the book and the reasons for his choices.
Scott Morris, author and E-commerce Manager at Woodwork-Tools stated; "The book is a great little read and should definitely be of help to those who aren't that experienced in the field of woodworking and don't possess much knowledge on the tools. Hopefully this free book will change that for them and give them a basic insight as to what tools do what and the different models of tools that are available." He continues to say; "The choice for distributing the book for free was easy, it didn't cost anything to produce aside from time and it will definitely be useful to quite a big audience and this may reflect in users coming to our site to look for the products they've just read up on.
It may not directly relate to sales, but we're just trying to help and expand knowledge of those in the field or looking to get into the industry." The book encompasses virtually every tool that could be thought of; drill bits, chisels, clamps, hammers, planes, hand saws, routing systems, nail guns and more. The list is thorough and comprehensive so whatever the tool, it will more than likely be found and described in more than enough detail in the book.
WoodworkTools.co.uk is a sub-site of Toolbox, the sister company of the ever expanding Plumbworld empire.
Plumbworld was an early pioneer of online trading, started by James and Anita Hickman in 1999 and was sold to the Grafton Group PLC in December 2006, Plumbworld now employ more than 50 people in their purpose built warehouse and offices and boast an astonishing 49 websites selling everything from woodburning stoves and chainsaws to barbecues and Triton showers. The business has a turnover in excess of £18 million and is growing at more than 20% year on year.