Jigs & Fixtures For The Hand Tool Woodworker 50 Classic by Graham Blackburn

By Graham Blackburn

50 vintage units you may make. In Jigs furnishings for the Hand instrument Woodworker, professional hand instrument woodworker Graham Blackburn brings vintage units again to lifestyles and indicates you precisely tips to make and use them in todays workshop.

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This is not to mention the risk that the hook at tthe end of the tape (designed to slide permit inside and outside measurements) is to permi typically worn and no longer accurate. The rule is easier tto hold diagonally across a workpiece, it can be used as a depth gauge, or it can be used as a bevel to mark angles – some folding rules have the knuckle joint graduated in degrees for this purpose. Some folding rules are even equipped with a built-in bubble, so they can be used as a level. All of this further illustrates the fact that many traditional hand tools are themselves jigs and fixtures designed to facilitate better woodworking.

Many traditional jigs and fixtures ensure accuracy by relying on this kind of relative measure rather than absolute measure. Marking one piece from another is invariably less prone to error than trying to calculate, for example, a third of 145/16"! When you use the width of a tenon to mark directly the width of its future mortise, regardless of its actual measurement in fractions of an inch, you will be practicing a form of traditional woodworking that is easier and more accurate than relying on tape measures or calculators.

This is particularly true in the case of drawer pulls, of which there may be a great many as in kitchen cabinetry or even one chest with perhaps six or more drawers. Each pull may require a measurement from the top of the drawer, a measurement from the side of the drawer, and a measurement of the distance between two screw attachments. A single guide with exactly marked and pre-bored holes will guarantee uniformity. Top 4" – 6" (or as wide as pulls may be) End ⁄" 34 Side 21⁄2" Locate holes to match specific drawer-pulls ⁄" 18 FIGURE 46B: Drawer-pull guide 54 CONSTRUCTION • This guide is designed not for boring the actual holes but only for marking with a sharp marking or scratch awl, or with a pencil.

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