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This accomplished sequence for woodworkers presents customizable, distinctive plans for as much as 20 initiatives. every one venture is totally photographed, with specified, easy-to-follow directions, and encompasses a fabrics record. Spiral binding for lay-flat use.
Complete directions and undertaking plans for making specific, easily designed furnishings that may final for generations. tasks contain a conventional Shaker corridor desk, a vintage venture bookcase with divided glass doorways, and a rustic high-back bench with non-compulsory garage less than the seat.

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One is a simple marking duce. In the past decade, I’ve probably made gauge that allows me to accurately divide the a dozen of these rests, some not much longer outside surface of turned cylinders, which is than the factory rest that came with my lathe essential for the many lathe-based pieces I and some, which I use for turned chair back build each year. posts, measuring over 44" in length. 45 Length-of-Part Tool Rests Many years ago, when I began making Shaker reproduction chairs, I had what I thought was a big idea about how I might make better use of my time at the lathe.

I eventually became comfortable with the springiness of those first rests, but the rigidity of my newer versions is comforting. 3 STEP After jointing and planing the 2" strips, use your jointer to cut a bevel on the rest's horizontal bar. This shape is critical because it enables the lathe tool to be supported close to the spinning work. For reasons of safety, it is imperative that a tool rest provide support for the tool as close as possible to the part being turned. If the distance between the support and the work is too great, the tool can catch on the work and be driven down into the gap between the support and the work with potentially disastrous results.

I also decided that the simple tenons I had been cutting laboriously by hand with a backsaw could be more efficiently cut on the table saw. 1 Jig for Cutting Tenons on Curved Legs I build lots of Shaker tripod tables. When I began making them, I cut the STEP The jig is nothing more than the scrap left behind after cutting out the band sawn profile of a curved leg. 36 2 STEP The leg is pressed up against the scrap which is itself pressed up against the wood miter gauge extension. The only difficulty of using this jig is this: To align the jig and the leg it holds with the stack of dado cutters, the saw operator has to lean forward far enough to sight the leading edge of the leg being tenoned as it approaches the blade.

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