By Ian C. Bradley

The observed is likely one of the most elementary instruments and has a tendency to be taken a great deal with no consideration. Many hours and lots more and plenty attempt may be kept, and extra exact paintings produced, if the consumer has a data of ways his observed works and the way to maintain it in fine condition. during this publication, Ian Bradley presents specific counsel at the use and upkeep of every kind of observed, either hand and mechanical, from the common-or-garden junior hacksaw to round and bandsaws, within the entire and succinct demeanour which has made him this sort of revered author on workshop issues.

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I wanted these edges to be as nice as the flat surfaces so I planned on it taking awhile. Actually it took quite awhile. Smoothing the edges of the legs took about half the time I spent on this Taking a stab at marking. Cutting through the pattern with the point of a knife establishes the layout lines for the carving. Shape from the tool. After starting the carving with a V-tool, a deep, narrow gouge cleans up the cuts and defines the profile of the lines. entire project. What slowed this step down were the tight corners at the buds on the legs, plus the cutout areas.

Tip of a pencil and measured in 10" in on center and drilled another hole for a nail. I used this home-made compass to draw the circle. I clamped the sub-top to my bench and cut out the circle leaving the line inside my cut. Switching between my files, rasps and sander I smoothed up the edge of the top, then added a chamfer to the bottom edge. I adjusted the compass to 103∕4" to draw a 211∕ 2" diameter top, cut it out and added a roundover profile to the edge. I unclamped the legs and sanded them with 120 grit and assembled the two halves.

Attach the top to the column with the lag screws. 26 ABOVE RIGHT: Predrill the top and column for the 5 16 78 27 LEFT: The finish I selected for this piece is a water-based aniline dye stain with a lacquer top coat. All that is left is to order the marble insert for the top and set it in place to finish the project. indd 38 4/9/10 12:47:58 PM This Greene & Greene Garden Bench looks great on your patio or in your living room. PROJECT 6 Greene & Greene Garden Table BY JIM STUARD A reader from Claremont, California, Everett Vinzant, liked our Greene & Greene Garden Bench so much he decided to build a coffee table to go with it.

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