Panel Slitting Gauge

Whir) yflu h&tt to ci/t i (fiin (M™1 *id[h (fi to ¿01 t fcriti of itrfjtf ifl thin ivwd it it did rrttft eiwwmit^ K <1 sJlttinj WW' '«htr Lhdn a idw. The Jiöi wir » tx

Crtiniptif Aawn Ot*d tf tt)C merit f'om iflfii iidr rfilfi ttiii sJinini {ffufrr.

js available die wheel can be turned, but it is easily shaped l>y band. Make it lo revolve freely on its gxle WLthoiJL undue volihle. The asle is glutd to the handle pi1. , . . Col the tenon on the item and -ink a hold die cutter and its wedi^ An ok broke A-in. chisel was »fid fw the gati^C Sy old tool Of a similar kind could he used- 1 J*

exact size tioi-s not matter.

( he fence is in two parts semv^t together, j.

square hole to take theslein bong cut il. tlu .^e Xl on. This Should allow the fence to sltde frr^y KriLut side play, A hole J W ^

pirce for the thumbscrew, and Tuit

EmS is cut in the underside IO take the ml. A metal blank IS fitted beneath to prevent the SC * ft™ biting into tlie ^-ooti.

beneath the bolt heads, u is advisable lo rt-r t^ S as tvell as nUls » rhat lhe feii^ is ree top^ ; S' t ^ them. Any ]H,-ce of old bantl-sav bl;,d,-can l»e filed lo form a cutler.

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invaluable foi inla/iho or for hüulüincs fi^sssyss^A««f, invaluable foi inla/iho or for hüulüincs fi^sssyss^A««f,

ROUTER with cranked cutter btifi£ fltrf ivfth Ö irontitf tuiur Iha ntuftr rl rtry pQwtrft/l, Urtit tht fuCtrn?

"Iff ii fTüt on irte i^d^ and flrii itmiiarly to ü ifnitf.

THE LisLta L mptr made by the woodworker ha* its cutter set at a steep angle, round about dejj. An exBiqplc is given i>n paj-e Its high piieEi LIivn it more of a scraping than a cutting action and this mcatw ifiat it is noj habit to tear out the grain. i >fi rln' other harid it prcsi n 1 s considerable resis[;inceH and for this reason some workers piefer the router with a erauked tutter -Thb JieK over only a few degrees otu of the huri/omal, -lud J Lh action is til Ii-- practically that of ihr chisel,

Those Vfho prefer could make the main stoek out of-51 solid block of haidwraQ As, however, many readers will not hai-e a large enough serf ion of >ood, : 1 built-up siwk L£ given here, There is a : in. Sole, a j-irt, 'jack, and two 1 '-iit. angle blocks.

Cut out the parts (O finish lo th™ slkcs : sole. (> in. by jJ in. ; back, 6 in. by a J in. ; angle blocks. 'J,", m. by aft in. nytc that die grain of die naiiied nins diagonally . Murk the centre hole I r J. in, diiirrt. I in the solo and note that at the han k it is CU1 out at a right angle to accommodate the cutter stem. Gauge the thickness of die back along the iKtcii ^dge and set onl the dovetail dots. These aft barofaccd, and iL is a good plan to ta]>er them. The nd vantage u lhat they then are tijhL npdv

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cr-.il . (U[ Ihn Y- ■ "-If. dilu In [hl FH 'Id. In [h,* tMnrrnttH bp ro r.r f ; |0 our Lhr «frrn,n y-lf Cht LiFxrir Phipc wc-jlH ba fallow^

HlO I. JOEjAL TOR HEAtfY tyORPC Than tfeh tD abuln t llrp Of rjri:n JOJ

cr-.il . (U[ Ihn Y- ■ "-If. dilu In [hl FH 'Id. In [h,* tMnrrnttH bp ro r.r f ; |0 our Lhr «frrn,n y-lf Cht LiFxrir Phipc wc-jlH ba fallow^

whe n pushed right hoiiie, and this- si mplifira the fittinii- 11 will be rcalued [hat as blocks are doveLa tlrd to tin- biick also they must project beyond 'be gauge line to the extent of the dovetail depth.

Having completed the sok joints, lransfer (he marks in I he back and cut these joints also. Arrange the taper »that (tie Ijack difodfrim from the top Continue the " V h groove up the back, when zisscmhlmg, the piO'Ls must go LOgethei ¡n the corred order ; the angle blocks into ilip- base, and (he back lastly, When drv level anv inequalities in the "VM groove and lit the enuer-holding block. This has also a "V h groove, the depth of whtch is arranged so tliaL there is a slight jpip I between iJk- UM ||1(. !,.,,:, when the einter is in position. Fix with a couple of screws.

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DETAIL Of 301 MTi

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THL gau^t consists of a main stock in which three round bare slide. At ihr end of each l>ar K a steel marker. To enable the bsiri to bf fixed ill any desired position liolls nre Let m, these sliding along slots tut in the main stock, Io use lhe gauge set the bar fo that the marker projects ihr required amount faut the hinge aganw the liar or use the rule) and use the saug«1 irt the normal way as in Fig. G. Note that all three marken point in di Ihrem dilutions 5*1 that n is ii npo«i hie lo make two marks at I he same tl me. I t a a quite good idea to put a diitinguiahntg 11» rk Oil each, such as CI for carcase, D for door, and T for ihickne«: [11 this way there is 110 danger Of I he wrong marker being med- 1 Im is not likely to happen in the case of J" bccause lh:s £ always much lew than the others, bui C and ]>

three-dimension

HINGE GAUGE

WfrM WI ibftup 0 dwr ivhicft ri Ihtlh ol Iht (ft,ni you wJ fDuifi, for ifc rtttiwn (f^c Uli tfte «her Jtir the dE&Lh if the d»r ir it! I*.tt in fij. J. twn Hiher to rwrt one or f» Wlhr to fF*e the thJrd dfcAtfon (&]. TWi fr,nie twit which fa* cm mok* jwmrtf, (rrtf fltf f iW-FkifrtmiHfÄ vw the ¿HitW fl« ^ « « of Ifl* iöfi. eh« pug* «in ¿>e wrtt to nur* ¿n* ° «

f,s. ). TJi.'B it muüfJr JinpguAle wifl i^I» becc^t tJid c/rht to' frtfj«» iiero'«! the marfctr havi often not more than £ in- difference, and a i, then that the distinguishing marks are haiwW.

Construction -Cut out the main Stock Irom .1 niece of hardwood to finish 31 in; by 31 m. by ! J-in. With lhc gauge mark the pos-ltiona «f die hilra at ends, mi mi the gauge horn the samced^ to eiistur : : -i ends being alike. Put on a handscrew to prevent possible splitting, and W Hie holes (Ha.) half-way in ftoni each cod. J^rc* obviously necessary to keep them upright. t Ihainfrr Ihe two convert, and work the hollo^-oui dctVc&Pll running around the live sides. A noujje is useful for removing the bulk of ihe waste, whilst a rebate or shoulder plane is handy for finishing ifivJinirfvi flH pGfl 31}

Iii 1. 7H£ il7(S*CU MIED WHEN HINGElUC

Iii 1. 7H£ il7(S*CU MIED WHEN HINGElUC

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    How to make a "panel slitting gauge"?
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