A Laboratory Course in Wood-turning

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Harper & brothers, 1897 - Turning - 69 pages
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Contents

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Page 11 - The chisel is held in the right hand, and the fingers of the left hand used to steady it.
Page 31 - The curve marked [b] is cut in a similar manner, the direction of the cut, however, being from left to right instead of from right to left, as here the cut starts against the shoulder on the left-hand side and finishes against the one on the right-hand side.

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