Large Panel Gauge

fract IÍZÍS t)r* net loifrOfta^t. Tftt JDfliff JEflrtl ifriufd nöt bt undaty Jitavf, iuL il jbmiW be rigid. AbduE F far. dr ' in. iqjüjf ffl HttJan it íi.Son; xijfhl

^IIE puifMK of this is fairly obvious ; it enables vide pieces olL wood such ¡i^ to|is, Canease ends, etc., to bt marked perfectly parallel. A length of 30 iti. fine ltir tji.■ n stem is suggested sílice few ilems in Cabinet work are larger than (his. It, howev*r, }<mtr work involvfJ dealing with extra nvide parts, you could fricre.tsi: thr1 length to-3 ft. Or cyili more. In mis ciiat lIu-

the ]ienciJ you e-lii either make the latter a light fit, or you can arranae to lit .1 ^inatl wedge to one side.

Use a reliable SanlvfDod throughouL, fluí the Truce to an oblong shape and mark in tFie centre mortise with 11$ slot above for the wedge. Ntfl^ that tin1 Lop of (he slot 311 LLSt slope to conform to that of tin- wedge. Al ihr bottom work the rebate and limiCIv shapip the top edge and smooth it

fro e. invaluable for causing large fanus to ^ilíth accuíatfl*

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fro e. invaluable for causing large fanus to ^ilíth accuíatfl*

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Irn.^lh of (he fence ¡flight he K in, 10 prevent (JtRsibility of racketing,

Either a Steel marker ran lie nur-d or a ¡innil can l>r inserted in a hole, Some workers prefer onr- ; some the Other. The marker a ino« cxart linej whilst the pencil mark is more easily -een, ctpectally On lighL woods. If you decide ^n ihr lebatc is warked aloiig tlie edge of the panel and this cimircs (hat il is kept at the same hcight. To Vary this might give a 1=lIsc readmg. Note that ilic clltred emU of lIm- wcdgi1 ane to prevent it front slipptng oui affid tjecoming Li st. To itSSCinble the gauge it is essen dal 10 iTi*ert tlie wedge firet. Pusli it lo itÄ Uli Wiest [inri, and [heti enter ihr- item

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HINGE GAUGE

ftll'. Mai k ín the Lhree líolt slois, eíieh cxactly central with iís hole, and cili, The rnaiu waste can he di lllcd-, a rtÁrrow thittl l>eing n*ed lo finish olí". As Lilis operation may tead to iplínter the ^■nofl at Lite h^k'f an r^Cellent plan is to pyi a ] in. do^vei in the hole and ehei]> rlo^^-n on lo this. The wemd is thus supportedp

The bhrs aixL round Ira^tht of rod i tu. diamcler with a marker at one eiM antl Ixilt at the other. l'ig. B» A, allo^TS the sfiape oL' the tnarkee <itid llO^v it ií íet in flush. Any piecc of Steel Cat! be liei^L

The writer used id it ol<l hAcksaA blade, inaldng this red-hot and allowing Co cool slowly to louver the temper. This enables the sc:cw fiole to lye drilled and the sha]*." cut, The pom Led end L-iKvelled 1 M'tirarh to give a e u l i i ni^ cogí- Nni c 11; m it is eeeessed into the wood. This prevents it from twisting yhcq the gauge if. In usri. At ihe othre end a nut and Ijolt fiüing is arranged as at B, Fig. g. Wfan ¡LwrnblirLg the gan^í piLL a washer beneaili each boh bead to taevenl the lauer fharn bitiiiH irno ihe wood.

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