How To Make Woodwork Tools by Charles H.Hayward

By Charles H.Hayward

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To plug a screw hole in a fine surface, don't use doweling - the grain runs the wrong direction. Instead, use a plug of the same type of wood, cutting it with a "plug-cutter bit" (made for electric drills - a drill press works best). To use a lag screw, drill a hole two-thirds its diameter and length, start it with a hammer, and drive it tight with a wrench . Lag-threaded hooks and eyes (used for hanging objects) are installed the same way. You can use a stick, rod , screwdriver, or similar lever to turn them tight.

Hook and eye bolts, like other machine-threaded bolts, can be exchanged for the machine screws inserted in hollow-wall anchors (page 51) . Diameters run from about '/4" to 2 ", lengths from 1 " to 4". Hanger bolts, when screwed or bolted to one surface, leave a threaded stud poking out. They are designed for hanging fixtures from walls. A fixture (such as a cabinet) is placed onto the stud, and a washer and nut are added . You can remove the fixture simply by removing the washers and nuts, saving the wall and fixture from being chewed up through insertion and removal of screws.

When bench-mounting a vise, keep top of jaws flush with bench top. , . o"'''1ft''" .. Clamping miters is easy by using a specia l clamp made for the purpose, o r by making your own clamp. C-clamp is handy and inexpensive. It clamps materials together or to a workbench . Basic jaw widths are available from3"t016". - . BORE HOL6S IN PLYWOOD / Spring clamp is used for clamping light materials. like a large clothespin, two spring-loaded handles keep jaws tight until they are squeezed together. Wooden hand-screw adjusts for both angle and distance, making irregular, flat-sided objects easy to clamp.

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