Appliances For Planjng

J paru wililar lines to the square shootinp boa3'<C but the stop is planed 45 tlegr fit it^ edges. It need lie only

{[uiiL- sinatlp s,iy about i a-14 in. L>.1 r 1 l;' il it

USeil oulv lor thr- ends nil' moul^tu^s and other narrow pkc« afwood. J'he bloek fits in m nress em in dip upper lioard. h ihould be made a close lit anrl glneil <|ti\vpi, Afteihvards thm- sejv-^ii run lH' dri\iL[t in to make It secure. Tlic: dost groteve is ^quiiyïd as before,

Donkey's Ear Shooting Soard, Uhikl the ]iiitr,L shooting board i^ suitable for sinall^ narrow intailelirigs, it is of litde value fer planing sav ^L Wide piece such as that which would be required for, say, a plinth. To plane this you ne™ the doifiity's ear shooisnjç Inoard. Ii is shown in Nnjte how ù ii bnih up. Thf surface ^ni

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TVf ulù úl Lilla trjbki lhi cq jinnnt .it 4 CirctLt h rtbCcd vrhir which ibe moulding lie* is ai 4j} <legr exacdy and the stop is Íiv^íl in a grtiOve c Lit acrfjss it. To the underside ii i- advisable lo scre^^ a strip which will cnahh [Jn^ wholr appliance lo he éíkchI in ibe beeifch vice.

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Ihose rec|uiriDg full informalton en th.- ehoic-e, LLse, and shar]>ening of tools generally should see Woodwork Tools, an Evans Brodicrs book by die same aulhor, |i is published at 7s. Gd- net, and b? obtained ihroyjili ;my beik^'lkror direct from the publishers.

FIC ' HAlít SIZES OT SAW AMD t?ÉT Of Thf PQIMTJ. (TC-

The- .□Inci n-ikn i hiiiri-Llthc Hi in ElMi' Lhi'LMiÉLL, bUJI ir« rfuk 'n !■ 1 kw In' Al n-io-.c,--! nt wNn líriinf i[ íh-c TOf h TlfhCtntd. ñ fetldi 1.n.j tf ríiuld t-i

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FRAME SAW

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o^oniopt em thr imgJe nar- ^ ^ flrK >l<TCt JJiif mffite a Hfflif frame. Jrtrf tfyy ¡1« {^«(C-J iJfirrc.nfc. fWlMgfa iSt-y TKft thr (irms in ■!.'■ p ji.ti pfdCt. Thu ii din iha dia£nnal ^os [.o'l Cfny iake L'ti. The JjJode fj the Ji^hfninj rHH-CUI rirosjfmg 2 ft. brtw+in nhe tfxifip bolts. Tjg.'iii.-iinf; is ¿p QWUV (f a w/S

itruirrfr iu.:,h as Lhiwi u:nj' Jn rhf gTdv iff»: cf biplane. Mtmy J!0fi5 iffl f^rrri they ore nwrtJy tldr ufiultrf mec*. ^ianJ-wood should ire uiid pfCftrflirjH, iWt dra.1. iJ free from Jrnitr, wfli thf piiJ|»Jr.

Tfr= «bVf /rams jftitffT (lire wff mpfc fa deal and vroi perfttllf WCCetpfiif, If in □ imipii harthtrtod, hnwtvtr. the Ihjcifless could we!\ be cat rfiWfl to I 10. 9t two ] in.

IT is essential to draw out the e,iiv lii full sivi*-because of die awkward angli?, Obtain the ^jtw blade ftmfl, however, in ease there is any variation in si it. The join tl, cli-r>u.*i1i fitting hand-licln in their width, are fairly free lii length, Lllq reason for this is thai they have to turn slightly as the rcrew at the top is tightened. Foe the game reason tin' inoriiic where ihe two stasis iutnwci is cut very full because there has to decided ]>lav. l-'iff. 2 makes clear how the amis and struts are fifctj to move,

Arnih«—Note that the mortises are clU in square > and dial their length is so arranged that the tenons can he eut in the width of the strut?. The moniscs ire exactly } In!p«p, the Lenrais, bedding dwvil m the bottom. At thr: fjottom, ]ih>1< s foe the screws holding the blade are burcd, and a saw CUt made enabling the blink to slipped in.

St;ivK. PiH-p^rc Llie t^vn stays. One linisbing ijiu. si^uane, and the other tjin. by Jin. in section, Mark the centre of each and set out the tenons tlie\' are barefaced, [hcrv Iw-ing no side ■^hotilri^i's . Srt an adjustable be\d to give the slope fit lhc iLnds< notinji that ihe ode end is different from ihe other. Cut the md shoulder. Set out and cut die sloping mortise in ihc thicker ]>ictc, Jwiing awn the bulk of the waste, Thitl down lhc ends to I in: ilbiek, giving a seTpefltinc-hlmj^-il so that the tenons are parallel in thick not L:i|>i red. 1 ¡1 tin- joints -<.w<\ U}

te^etlter, and see that the IraiUn is fa- iO \vnvlit as in Fig- i. Kevel the arms, and ftt the strainer, putting siolli wire at the ends to fit in notches Cllt in the ajrns. In use (he saw is gripped just flbuve the blade.

If die saw is to be used for green litnlier li shouhl have ample set to the teeth to i^íxt e;wy clearance.

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