Lathe: The Tool Information You Need at Your Fingertips by John Kelsey

By John Kelsey

Devoted to delivering essential information regarding woodworking instruments and methods that different manuals forget, the books during this sequence include safeguard evidence, factors approximately uncomplicated venture setup, and tips for maximizing software functionality. choked with transparent diagrams and directions, those pocket-sized, sturdy manuals are perfect for speedy reference within the workshop. The upkeep and makes use of of lathes are explored during this hugely really good but obtainable instruction manual. It covers all facets of lathe possession, from preliminary setup to the best makes use of. full of details germane to all woodworkers, this consultant successfully explains the bits and bobs of lathe operation with no being slowed down by way of pointless pattern tasks. This no-nonsense guide specializes in hassle-free suggestions and directions on lathe utilization.

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If you can't avoid flatsawn (also called plainsawn) lumber, placing the crown up will help shed water c1nd reduce the effects of shelling. Shelling occurs when the bands of earlywood (lighter wood grain) and latewood {darker wood grain) separate. It occurs on the pith s1de of a board rather than the bark (crown) side. See the photo at nght for reference ,. Sapwood, seen here as the lighter portions of this board, offers the least resis tance to d ecay. It bo rders the d arker heart wood. \1 A flat sawn board (top) expands t wice as much across Its width as a quartersawn one, leading to less stability.

X 4a x 96' Red oak plywood •Ptane or resaw to the thkkncss listed In the Matcrklls List. H. ®} 28 lOp shelves Q shelf end edging R shelf front edg•ng p /. M1tl. Qly E top sldt m•ls F bouom side ratls H Note: rront/back legs@

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