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By Graham Blackburn

Приведены сведения о деревообрабатывающем инструменте, его конструкциях и методах подготовки к работе. Описаны конструкции наиболее распространенных видов инструмента общего назначения и некоторых специализированного назначения.

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Traditional Woodworking Handtools

Приведены сведения о деревообрабатывающем инструменте, его конструкциях и методах подготовки к работе. Описаны конструкции наиболее распространенных видов инструмента общего назначения и некоторых специализированного назначения.

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The board may be built up or rabbeted, and it may be held on the bench by a holdfast, between dogs, or in the vise by means of a keel attached to its underside. It may even be made adjustable with the addition of a sliding fence. Bridge clamping is another useful technique for awkwardly shaped pieces that cannot be otherwise held. The method consists of clamping a Stout bridge-piece on the work and on an equally thick auxiliary piece (see FIG. z6). Clamping picture frames is a branch of woodworking that has developed virtually its own • Joseph Moxon.

For centuries the common form was that of two wooden arms, one thicker than the other, fastened together to form a right angle (see FIG. 52). aquare but Handle (or stock) FlO. -.. When the tongue extends from the handle a tilted scribe may still mark a correct line ... whereby the thinner arm (often called the tongue or blade) is not let completely into the fatter arm (often called the handle or stock). Joseph Moxon, who, in 1678, wrote the firsr book in English on joinery, explained it thus: ...

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