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James Krenov's gentle, lyrical cupboards have encouraged a iteration of wooden craftsmen, as has his impassioned insistence that one do his absolute best paintings, it doesn't matter what. during this quantity, first released in 1979, Krenov invitations the reader into his workshop, the place he stocks his options and uncompromising method of craftsmanship, in addition to recommendations approximately his paintings and its position on the earth. photograph sequences express how Krenov composes a cupboard at once within the wooden, with out dimensioned drawings. He additionally discusses operating with shop-sawn veneers, the means of becoming curved doorways, and the issues of accuracy and blunders. The e-book concludes with a close exploration of 3 furnishings tasks: a curved exhibit cupboard, a writing desk with drawer, and a chess desk.
;Art of Woodworking -Outdoor furnishings КНИГИ ; ХОББИ и РЕМЕСЛА Автор: Kenneth Winchester Название: paintings of Woodworking - outdoors furnishings Издательство: Time-Life Books Год: 1996 Формат: djvu Размер: 5,2 МбДля сайта: www. mirknig. comКнига на английском языке. Книги из серии The paintings Of Woodworking являются энциклопедией столярного дела.
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Indd 46 4/9/10 12:48:15 PM G U S TAV S T I C K L E Y P O P P Y TA B L E THICKNESS mahogany 13 ⁄ 16 21 (mm) 2113 ⁄ 16 554 225 ⁄ 16 567 429 (mm) 1 shelf mahogany 13 ⁄ 16 21 161 ⁄ 16 408 167⁄ 8 5 legs mahogany 13 ⁄ 16 21 5 127 225 ⁄ 8 575 1 hub mahogany 13 ⁄ 16 21 31 ⁄ 16 78 31 ⁄ 4 83 5 stretchers mahogany 13 ⁄ 16 21 2 51 613 ⁄ 16 173 COMMENTS STOCK top LENGTH PART (mm) 1 WIDTH QUANTITY GUSTAV STICKLEY POPPY TABLE • INCHES (MILLIMETERS) DTBE = dovetail both ends Hidden lapped dovetails. The stretchers connect to the hub and the leg with 1 ⁄ 2"-thick lapped dovetails.
It also established a reference to the exact size and shape of the parts. While I was building this table, I referred to this drawing rather than relying on calculations, numbers and measuring. 56˚ and that the length of the bottom edge of the rail between the legs is 1517∕32". Neither of those pieces of information is needed, and trying to build to the numbers instead of referring to the full-size drawing only slows things down and invites mistakes. I made the legs by laminating two 13∕ 16"-thick pieces together, then cover- Using a full-size section drawing is essential; it lets me set angles and shows the exact sizes of parts without any of the risks of measuring.
Entire project. What slowed this step down were the tight corners at the buds on the legs, plus the cutout areas. In these places, the grain direction of the mahogany changes from long grain to end grain and then back again in the span of a few inches. No one area was difficult to smooth, but the number of curves increased the overall length of the perimeter, and each area required a different approach. I found a stool to sit on, and settled in to get it right. When I was satisfied with the rasping and scraping, I went over the entire table with Abranet to obtain a consistent, smooth surface.