By R. E. Wakeford
This publication first seemed in 1954 and has stumbled on a gradual marketplace ever for the reason that. Revisions have taken position while helpful, however the simple strategy of casting sizzling steel in molds alterations little or no and revision have for this reason principally regarding provide of foundry fabrics. That the publication continues its regular reputation is a advice that it rather does give you the details sought via the beginner foundry-man.
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Whenyouhave removed all thewastefromthisside,turnoverthepanel, andworkfromtheothersideuntilthepinsareallexposed. I I I I I I I ,t I I I I I I paring f, Final \,, Withthepaneloutside faceup,aligntheedge of a guideblockwiththeshoulder lineonthepanel andclampit in place. Repeat the process between theotherpinsuntilthereis nowaste beyond theshoulder line. I I I I I I 29 I I CARCASECONSTRUCTION I Preparing to outline thetails S e to n eo f t h e t a i l b o a r d so u t s i d e f a c ed o w no n a w o r ks u r f a c ea n d c l a m p a g u i d eb l o c ko n t o p o f i t w i t h t h e e d g e o f t h e b l o c kf l u s hw i t ht h e s h o u l d elri n e .
Tomountthestrips,boretwo screw holesin eachof themneartheends. Maketheholesona drillpressin a twostepprocedure asfor ledger stripsin the bottomof a cabinet(page60). Use a screwdriver to fastenthestrioto the cabinel(lefl. Inserting theshelfsupports Measure thedistance between the frontandbackstileson bothsidesof the cabinet. Cutshelfsupports to fit thegaps pairsof dadoes. matching between Make surethatthesupports arewideenough to properly, buttress theshelves andtest-fit lhem(right)to ensurethattheyfit snugly in thedadoes.
Glueupthecarcase and,at thesametime,applya thingluebeadalong therabbets forthebackpanelandonthecontacting surfaces of theplywood. Spread theglueevenly, set thepanelin position, thenusesmallnailsto secure (/effJ. it at 4-inchintervals 3B I I I I I I I t I I I I I I I I I t I T T I t I t t I I I I I I I I I EDGEBANDING D dg. Youcanchooseoneof two options:Commercialedgebanding, shownon page40,is availablein a wide varietyof woodtypes,colorsandthick- nesses. Installingit is simplya matterof cuttingoffthe lengthsyou needfrom a roll, settingthe bandingin placeand heatingit with a householdiron to melt that bondsit to the surface the adhesive ofthe wood.