Action Whirligigs: 25 Easy-to-do Projects
Whirligigs — those charming little wind-driven toys — make excellent introductory woodworking projects because they are easy to do, inexpensive and — most of all — great fun! Hobbyists at all levels of ability will love creating the 25 delightful projects described in this book, from the simple Baking a Pie whirligig to the double-armed Woman at the Computer. Other figures include a Man/Woman Fishing, Oil Well Pump, Saluting the Flag, See-Saw, and Bucking Bronco. Easy-to-follow instructions and measured drawings explain everything from selecting and using proper tools and creating the driving mechanism to finishing and displaying the completed project.
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SILHOUETTE WHIRLIGIG COMPONENTS
CONSTRUCTING SILHOUETTE WHIRLIGIGS
MECHANICAL SILHOUETTE WHIRLIGIGS
NONMECHANICAL SILHOUETTE WHIRLIGIGS
DESIGN YOUR OWN SILHOUETTE WHIRLIGIG
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4-bladed 6/32 machine nuts Attach the connecting Attach the corner attach the propeller blades boat brads brass Connecting Rod brass rod brass tubing cam Support Brackets cap Axle carpenter's glue CHIP CARVING coping saw corner irons cross-lap propeller dowel Drill a 3/8 Drill the 3/8 Figure front glue Glue/brad the cover glue/screw Insert legs ligig located Fig machine nuts Tubing Maltese Cross propeller Man/Woman Fishing MATERIALS Platform mechanical whirligigs metal move Mule Kicking non-mechanical Paint the platform pilot holes pin and cap pivot socket plat platform and mark platform extension plywood pole position PROCEDURE JL rod Screw Eye rolling pin roundhead screw holes sert the tension shaft when ready side supports SILHOUETTE WHIRLIGIGS Skier Socket Liner spacer standard drive shaft support piece sure the holes tail slot tension pin torso washers Weathervane Whirligigs wheel whir whirligig Fig Who's the Boss wind windmill wire wood