All Wood Turning Page 5
<h4>STAINS.</h4> <p>The function of stains is to change the color, and to enchance the grain and texture of the wood. Stains may be divided into four general classes, which are not, however, entirely distinct. (1) Oil stains, (2) Water stains, (a) ma...
Wood Hand Tools
<p>The hand tools in common use in woodworking shops may, for convenience, be divided into the following classes: 1, Cutting; 2, Boring; 3, Chopping; 4, Scraping; 5, Pounding; 6, Holding; 7, Measuring and Marking; 8, Sharpening; 9, Cleaning.</p> <h4>...
<p>Lumber is a general term for all kinds of sawn wood. Logs may be sawn into timber, that is, beams and joists, into planks, which are 2" to 4" thick, or into boards which are from ¼" to 1¾" thick. These may be resaw...
Wood Turning Tools
<p>A wood turning kit should consist of one each of the following tools. Fig. 2 shows the general shape of these tools.</a></p> <p> 1¼" Gouge</a><br /> ¾" Gouge<br /> ½" Gouge<br /> ¼" Gouge<br /...
Points On Setting Up Lathe And Shafting
Tool Processes In Face-plate And Chuck Turning
Adjusting The Tool Rest
The Common Joints
Use Of The Tools In Spindle Turning
Practical Suggestions For Storing Lumber
The Care Of The Woodworking Shop