By Graham Blackburn
Приведены сведения о деревообрабатывающем инструменте, его конструкциях и методах подготовки к работе. Описаны конструкции наиболее распространенных видов инструмента общего назначения и некоторых специализированного назначения.
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Ajlc)r of today's metal tape measure was, implies, originally made of cloth. The up by hand into a leather case. with. tlleate,md tapes may Stretch, they can be easier to use than metal ones, which tend to remain intraCtable when you arc trying to measure something not quite flat. For the shorter lengths that you arc likely to need to measure in the shop, however, wooden rules have diSl:intt advantages. MARKING TECHNIQUES MENTION WAS MADE AT Till-: 81-:GINNJNC of this chapter of the necessity for a fine instrument if exact measurements are needed.
The work i~ held again§l: this top piece so that the face of the miter to be trimmed overhangs the wide rabbet very slightly. When making a miter shooting-board, t\vo tips are worth bearing in mind: Fir§l:ly, provide a duSt groove by chamfering the bottom of the second piece. Without this there is the risk that du§l buildup may force the sole of the plane away from the fence that this piece forms, and you will no longer be trimming the miter at exaaly 45•. Secondly, take the time to mortise the top piece - the flop for the work - into the top of the second piece rather than relying on screws or nails alone.