Rules for Planing to Dimensions

True and smooth a broad surface put on a face mark. This becomes the face side. 2. Joint (straighten and square) one edge from the face side put on a face mark. This becomes the face edge 3. Gage to required width from the face edge, and joint to the gage line. 4. Gage to required thickness on both edges from the face side plane to the gage lines. 5 Square one end from the face side and face edge. 6. Lay off with knife and square the required length from the squared end work to the knife line....

Library

An experience, somewhat extended, in teaching academic branches of learning as well as woodworking, has convinced the author that the most effective teaching of woodworking can be accomplished only when its content is made a subject of as diligent study as is that of the other and older branches. Such a study necessitates the use, by the student, of a textbook. The selection of a suitable text is made difficult because of the fact that tool processes are usually treated in connection either...