By K. Winchester
;Art Of Woodworking - Cabinetmaking КНИГИ ; ХОББИ и РЕМЕСЛА Автор: ok. Winchester Название: Cabinetmaking Издательство: Time-Life Books Год: 2005 Формат: djvuРазмер: 21,2 Мб Для сайта: www.mirknig.comКниги из серии The paintings Of Woodworking являются энциклопедией столярного дела.В них можно найти все, что связано со столярными работами. Разобраться можно и без знания английского языка, книги богато иллюстрированы.В этом выпуске рассматривается изготовление мебели для кабинета. Эта книга может послужить основой для собственных проектов по изготовлению мебели. .com uploading.com eighty five 1 2 three four five
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The board is then run on edge against the rip fence. The order of these cuts is important. If the board were run on edge first, then on its face, the waste piece could be trapped between the blade and fence, and be kicked back at you at a very high speed. As shown above, the waste piece falls safely to the outside of the blade after the second cut. To make a groove or dado with a single blade is more a nibbling away process until the groove is complete. It’s easiest to start with the two outside passes that will define the groove’s shoulder, then make overlapping cuts between those kerfs to remove the waste material.
They look like a standard straight bit with one difference: They have an additional small cutter at the end of the bit. This bit allows you to plunge directly into your work, instead of wiggling the bit as you plunge, which is typical with a straight bit. When cutting blind joints – rabbets, dados and grooves that are closed at one or both ends – use a stop block to halt the cut at the blind ends. Note that the end of the stop block is mitered. This prevents sawdust from being trapped between it and the stock, where the dust might interfere with the accuracy of the cut.
To make a mortise, you must bore a starter hole and expand it to the dimensions needed. There are several ways to do this using a fixed-base or a plunge router, either hand-held or in a table. However, when you make mortises for mortise-and-tenon joints, you usually want to make several mortises in different workpieces, all the exact same size and shape. The easiest way to accomplish this is with a simple template. As a general rule, mortises should be about half the width of the material they’re made in.
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