By Danny Rubie
Sensible info on kitchen layout which makes kitchen cabinetmaking available to woodworkers of all ability degrees, this quantity walks the reader throughout the levels of making plans, layout, building and install and contours quite a number cabinetry and a full-colour gallery of kitchen layout.
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Prefer to I use a belt sander equipped with a belt (nothing coarser than used, fine-grit worn-out, 120-gnt belts) and a buffer, though there are many different opinions do the on the best way to |ob. The cutting edge of most carving be beveled to hold the tool tools should approximately 30°. Lightly in your hand and roll side to side on the running sander ing sure that let you keep the tool from mak- moving. Don't the blade get too hot or you temper and damage the edge it (3), will rum the of the blade.
Make sure you work with sharp tools when carving a textured surface, because you won't be able to rely on sanding to correct marks left by dull tools. Smoothing Out| Smoothing Out Ktured surface, sun the smoothing process by using carver buns in a portable electric router. Here are a few (1) Smaller, oles of the different more shapes available flexible tools art available for smoothing, but that the router works I have found fine. and don't take off too one time. Whenever possible, rest your hand against something or let one of your fingers slide against the edge of the bowl (2), for guidance and safety.
In this A and B show laminates that taper shows a jig for a jig for one in draw- making direction; C making laminates that taper toward both ends. The jigs out of solid wood. Here is are best made one of the jigs bandsawn (4). Each laminate is placed in the jig and sent through the thickness planer to achieve the desired shape. Here piece that is (5), the tapered toward one end has passed through the thickness planer. ' through will force into ' thepg, and the piece will be planed tot' propnate shape Gluing procedures and clamping techniques for tapered laminates are the used for same other types of lamination as those Scrapers Chapter 2 28 Chaptei 2 1 The Blade The Scraper Blade Scrapers are available as a simple, rectangular piece of steel, called a scraper blade, and as a blade mounted in a handle resembling a large spokeshave, called a cabinet scraper.
Build Your Own Kitchen Cabinets by Danny Rubie