By James Rodgers
Writer James Rodgers has been educating woodturning for over a decade. He took that have and wrote the booklet A Lesson Plan for wooden Turning to supply step by step guideline for starting turners. The e-book is designed as a self-directed direction in woodturning defense, instruments and methods and builds upon itself with every one ability and undertaking. The tasks concentrate on ability improvement and are documented with over two hundred colour pictures so the scholar will see right slicing motions and positions. This booklet may additionally make an exceptional consultant for lecturers.
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The mortise and tenon joint. The draw-boring technique, seen in cross-section. The mortise and tenon joint occurs in such a wide variety of circumstances that it is virtually impossible to say that any one situation is typical. Having said that, as far as the projects in this book are concerned, it may be stated that the requirement here is mostly for two-shouldered or four-shouldered stopped mortise and tenon joints. The theory of the mortise and tenon joint is that the mortise, and therefore the tenon, should be equal to one-third the thickness of the wood in which they are cut.
Although the drilled hole must pass right through the mortise and into the wood on the other side, it must not be allowed to break through on the opposite surface of the wood. Fit the tenon into the mortise and mark the position of the hole, then remove the tenon again and set the position of the hole 2mm (3/32in) nearer to the tenon’s shoulder, drilling right through it. Draw-boring – drilling the offset hole though the tenon. Cut the dowel peg to length, and chamfer the end that is to be driven into the hole so that it has the ability to push its way into the off-set tenon without baulking, as would be the case if the end were left square.
However, even if put to such a use, no small child should be left unsupervised, especially if it is used to fence off a pond or some other water feature, as these inevitably present a great danger to young children. Front elevation. The fencing consists of no more than two horizontal crosspieces supporting a series of uprights that are each given rounded top ends. The crosspieces are cut from 19 × 19mm (¾ × ¾in) softwood, and the uprights are made from 45 × 19mm (1¾ × ¾in) material. Ornamental Fencing Cutting List Upright: Twenty-four of 445 × 45 × 19mm (17½ × 1¾ × ¾in) Crosspiece: Two of 1,550 × 19 × 19mm (61 × ¾ × ¾in In order to produce a rigid structure, the components are assembled by cutting housing notches in the uprights into which the crosspieces fit, each joint being secured with a dowel.