By Henry Haven Windsor
Approximately a hundred of the best, most efficient items of challenge furnishings that you may ever need to make: chairs, desks, sideboards, buffets, and lots of smaller items. 213 illustrations, together with measured drawings.
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H.H. Windsor was once the editor and founding father of a variety of exchange magazines, together with renowned Mechanics journal. He used to be born in Iowa and lived in Chicago until eventually his demise in 1924. --This textual content refers to an out of print or unavailable version of this identify.
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The taper should be about 3 ° inclusive ( the same angle as a Morse taper) . To cut the taper, I use a spe cial scraper that can easily be ground from an old file and a long-forgotten auxiliary tool rest, called an arm rest (for more about scrapers and the arm rest, see pp. 1 3 7 and 7 7 , respectively). You'll quickly find the right taper if it's too steep or not steep enough, the chuck won't hold the work. Most work for jam-chucking is turned between centers or on a face plate before it's mounted in the jam chuck.
Such a light will be help ful for fine detail work or for seeing inside hollow work such as bowls. Tool Storage H i re an Electrician f you're at all uncertain about elec I trical matters, hi re a competent licensed electrician to do any wiring you need in your shop. 38 Setting Up A Lathe Tool storage around a lathe can present a real problem. Shelves or drawers under the lathe fill with chips. Tool racks attached to the front of the lathe tend to get in the way. Without a tool rack of some sort, you'll end up balancing three tools on the bed and one will invariably fall off, point first.
Also included in this category are special-purpose lathes that have huge swing and tremendous between-center capacity or that do orna mental work. Dream lathes are generally the province of the avid turner who forsakes other types of woodworking. Sure, it's a lot of money, but then have you ever priced golf clubs? , it is highly portable. The Jet is typical of today's so-called mini lathes. In reality, it is a short bench lathe with a l O-in. swing and in. between centers. At 78 l b . , it is not so portable.
Mission Furniture How to Make It (Parts I, II, III Complete) by Henry Haven Windsor