By Daniel Diehl
Книга предлагает Вам sixteen конструкций для строительства репродукции мебели из средневековья. подробные планы основаны на тщательном изучении и оценке редких оригиналов, полные пошаговые инструкции, списки материалов, что поможет создать вам мебель, не отличающуюся от оригинала.
Read Online or Download Constructing medieval furniture : plans and instructions with historical notes PDF
Similar woodworking books
Making 14 adjuncts to the software package for bench and lathe use, taking not more than three to four hours or concerning particular fabrics, but each one in a position to store time in use in addition to helping accuracy. With operating drawings, images and sketches incorporated.
Written particularly for the woodworker looking new adventures on this planet of wooden. wake up your glossy layout aesthetic with 27 outstanding modern designs for the house. The fusion of nature's stylish shapes and sleek architecture's daring symmetry yields a dynamic and fascinating number of designs for scroll observed woodworking.
Abram, famous person of TVs New Yankee Workshop and This outdated apartment, is popular for having extra energy instruments than a well-stocked domestic heart. average audience will for this reason be stunned to work out that the following he offers typically with hand instruments. Abram covers goods similar to degrees, chalk traces, and plumb-bobs, detailing his studies with them and his personal tastes.
Ширмы в японском стиле - сёдзи - полупрозрачные, панели в виде деревянных решеток, которые тонко трансформируют свет и пространство и добавляют элегантности в любую обстановку. В этой книге вы найдете все, что необходимо для дизайна и изготовления сёдзи для вашей квартиры или дома. Включая такие разделы как Заметки по аутентичности и основам дизайна, Полное руководство по самостоятельному конструированию, материалам для ширмы и выбору древесины для каркаса.
Extra resources for Constructing medieval furniture : plans and instructions with historical notes
Cutting the Mortises C utt ing th e morti ses in th e skids is the most tedious piece of work on thi s project, but it need s to be done before any assembly can begin. A rout er can be used to cut at least a portion of both the blind mortise, into which the side panels fit, and the open morti se, int o which th e floor board fits. Squaring the corners of th e mortises will require careful work with hammer and ch isel. The entire width of th e floor board sits in a l-inch (25mm) deep blind mortise, but there also is an extended tenon that passes completel y through a small open morti se in th e foot board.
If this is indeed one of Archbishop Kilwardby's chests, it must have been built before 1276 and altered to have three locks. The chest may have originally been several inches taller than it now is. The unusual open work on the feet of the chest indicates that there may have been more to the design of the leg than survives. An example of a similar complete leg is shown in the construction drawings at the end of the chapter. If one of the feet had become badly damaged, or if moisture had caused them to rot, it would have been reasonable to saw off the legs to a level above the damage.
Top of each column, raising th e table by 3 ~ inches (95mm). The original top braces were set in th e top of th e column itself. The rect an gular scars of the origina l braces are shown in the first drawin g, directly under th e riser blocks. The origina l braces were pegged th rough the columns. The ends of th e pegs can be seen in th e side view of th e pedestal on th e first page of drawings. Materials The top and columns of th e tab le are said to be of elm, but it would certainly have required an elm of monumental proportion s to produc e a slab of wood large enough to form the top of thi s table.
Constructing medieval furniture : plans and instructions with historical notes by Daniel Diehl