Problems in Wood-turning

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Manual arts Press, 1909 - Turning - 61 pages
 

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Page 63 - A textbook written especially for the use of grammar and high school students. A clear and comprehensive treatment of woodworking tools, materials, and processes, to supplement, but not to take the place of the instruction given by the teacher. The book does not contain a course of models; it may be used with any course.
Page 62 - BIRD HOUSES BOYS CAN BUILD By ALBERT F. SIEPERT. — A book of rare interest to boys. It is written in the boy spirit and combines the charm of nature with the allurements of continuation work in wood. It illustrates hundreds of bird houses and shows working drawings of various designs, also feeders, shelters, sparrow traps, and other bird accessories. The common house nesting birds are pictured and described with information regarding houses, foods, etc., suitable for each. A pleasing and practical...
Page 62 - ... into groups according to principle, and arranged according to difficulty of solution. Each problem is given unsolved and therefore in proper form to hand to the pupil for solution. The best collection of problems for first year high school students available. 75 cents. MECHANICAL DRAFTING, By Miller. A textbook on mechanical drawing, for advanced high school and first year engineering students. The book abounds in illustrations, both line drawings and half-tones. A practical treatment of subject...
Page 62 - ... furniture design. A book that will stimulate and encourage designing and initiation on the part of the student. It contains a collection of plates showing perspective drawings of typical designs, representing particular types of furniture. Each perspective is accompanied by suggestions for rearrangement and the modeling of parts. The text discusses and illustrates principles of design as applied to furniture. A practical and helpful book that should be in the hands of every teacher of cabinet...
Page 3 - Fred D. Crawshaw A much more simple treatment than is usually found in books on wood-turning. It shows the reason for handling the tool in a particular way for each cut and presents a series of problems far superior to those usually found in books on this subject. There are 35 pages of text and 25 plates of working drawings, showing 55 projects outlining a progressive course of study. The projects shown are of good design — a quality heretofore unknown in books...
Page 34 - As was stated in the introduction, one of the purposes of this investigation was to search for a polarographic method of distinguishing between cis and trans isomers in solution.
Page 7 - When one attempts to do this, he is at once confronted with a mass of theory, from which it is difficult to select principles to be applied in the shop.
Page 24 - The other half is made by taking the successive "hinge" cuts above referred to but in the opposite direction and on the other side of the V.
Page 7 - It is safe to say that the use to which an object is to be put should be the principal factor in determining its general shape.

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