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Dreadnought File








At is a sketch of a portion of a dreadnought file. This has superseded the old-fashioned home-made float used to clean out the sides of a mortise.









Fig. 172.—Clamping.

Fig. 172.—Clamping.

Fig. 173.—Tenoning Narrow Rail.

Fig. 173.—Tenoning Narrow Rail.









Fig. 174.—Inserted Tenons.

Fig. 174.—Inserted Tenons.

Fig. 175.—      Dreadnought File.

Fig. 175.— Dreadnought File.









Fig. 176.—External      and Internal Joints.

Fig. 176.—External and Internal Joints.

Fig. 177.—Setting out Stiles      and Rails for Tenoning.

Fig. 177.—Setting out Stiles and Rails for Tenoning.







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