Adhesives and Sealants (Workshop Practice) by David Lammas

By David Lammas

In recent times there was nice raise within the kind, sophistication, and effectiveness of adhesives, sealants and theadlocking varieties. This publication is meant to supply sensible aid and information in determining what adhesives out of the ever increasing diversity may be used for specific initiatives.

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93 Cutting Ac;tion of a Rip Saw. FIG. 94 Using a Coping Saw, Cut on the Down Stroke. 45 HAND SAWS the work is thin, a piece of stock should be placed behind the piece being cut to stiffen it. A V block is often used when cutting small layouts. When inside designs are cut, a hole must be bored in the waste stock so that the blade can be inserted and the saw reassembled to cut out the design. Compass Saw. As the name implies, the compass saw was designed to cut circles. The blade is ground to a point at the end and with the back thinner than the cutting edge.

A chamfer is generally a 45° angle cut at the arris (where two surfaces meet at a 90° angle). It is generally made for decorative purposes. A bevel is cut the full thickness of the piece and at any angle. It is generally made for some purpose other than decoration. I best be cut with a plane after they have been laid out with a marking gauge or by gauging a line with a pencil as shown in Figure 65. Place your second finger against the edge of the stock and hold the pencil as shown. Practise drawing lines on a piece of scrap lumber.

73 Surform. PLANES AND PLANING 37 Courtesy Stan/ell Tool$ FIG. 74 Replaceable Blade. the grain and on the side or face of the piece, it is called a ploughcut. If on the edge of the stock, it is referred to as a groove. When the cut is at a right angle to the wood, it is a dado (see Figure 70). A saw or chisel is used to cut the boundary lines while the router plane is used to cut out the centre of the cut. A new type of forming plane is shown in Figure 73. The cutting is done by a piece of steel mesh with sharp edges.

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