A Lesson Plan for Woodturning: Step-by-Step Instructions for by James Rodgers

By James Rodgers

Writer James Rodgers has been educating woodturning for over a decade. He took that have and wrote the ebook A Lesson Plan for wooden Turning to supply step by step guideline for starting turners. The publication is designed as a self-directed path in woodturning protection, instruments and strategies and builds upon itself with each one ability and venture. The tasks specialise in ability improvement and are documented with over two hundred colour images so the coed will see right slicing motions and positions. This booklet may additionally make a superb consultant for academics.

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T he bottom rails on the desk, which are in reality skids, are distinc tly oversized lumber. But they could CONSTR UCTION NOTES The construction of the wooden case of thi s attractive desk is ext remely simple; however, the ornamental ironwork adds a bit of a challenge to the project as a whole. 35 READING DE SK, ENGLAND, FOURTEENTH CENTURY. OAK; H. 38 112", W. 43", D. 18 112". COLLECTION OF THE PHILADELPHIA M USEUM OF ART, COURTESY P H ILADELPH IA MUSEUM OF ART. PHOTOGRAPH BY GRAYDON WOOD , be made by gluing up an oak 2-by-8 (50-by-200mm) and a st'anda rd mill dimension oak l- by-S (25-by200mm).

The two oute rmost st raps th at continue aro und the chest and form hinges do not line up front to back (see drawin gs). This is because th e metal was forged int o place while st ill hot and twisted as it was bein g applied. Addition ally, th ese two straps were cut off on the front of the chest whe n the two outermost locks were insta lled. 55 FRONT VIEW 69" Om753mm} • 32 W' (832mm) '--- . :L 7W' 0 97mm) 1>--- - - - - 49 ljz" Om257mm} 7W' -1 097mm) REAR VIEW - • 20" (508mm) 20" (508mm) • • • .

69", D. 24". I _ COLLECTION OF MERTON COLLEGE, OXFORD, ENGLAND. COURTESY THE WARDEN AND FE LLOWS OF M ERT O N COLLEGE. PHOTOGRAPH BY cut ing th e open foot design, wait to cha mfer th e bottom of th e foot until the chest is assembled. Once assembled, you will need to work th e top an d bottom edges of th e front and back panels, and th e legs, to compensate for th e sligh t inward pitch of the chest. To use a more modern approach to th e problem, the legs ca n simply be cut to len gth, as shown, at a 2-degree angle.

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