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Cengage Learning 2014 Figure 3-1 Tapes and rules. Copyright 2013 Cengage Learning. All Rights Reserved. May not be copied, scanned, or duplicated, in whole or in part. seCtion ii / tools of the trade Try squares come in a range of sizes. A try square consists of a metal straightedge, often ruled, set at a right angle to a straight piece, and it is used for measuring and marking square work. The head is usually fixed, but not always. A variant of the try square is the double square, which has a sliding head.
The cutting action of the tool occurs where the back of the blade and the bevel intersect. The back of the blade should be flattened and polished, but you only need to do the first inch or so. Work though the series of grits, starting with the coarsest. Keeping the back flat on the abrasive surface, move it back and forth until it is uniformly scratched, and then move to the next grit; this is shown in Figure B. Ideally, the blade should have a mirror finish on the first inch or so by the time you are done, as shown in Figure C.
May not be copied, scanned, or duplicated, in whole or in part. 40 seCtion ii / tools of the trade PROCEDURE 3-2 Using a CHisel to CUt a Hinge ReCess STepS 1. Secure the material that you will be working on with clamps or in a vise so that it cannot move. 3. Position a chisel that is about the same width as the recess on the scored line with the bevel facing in to the recess; strike it with a mallet, cutting to the full depth of the recess, as shown in Figure B. © Cengage Learning 2014 2. Mark out the area to be chiseled using the hinge as a guide and scoring your layout lines with a knife as shown in Figure A.