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glossary of woodworking terms

Arthur William Lewis

glossary of woodworking terms

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Published by Blackie in London, Glasgow .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Woodwork -- Dictionaries.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 119-120.

    Statementby A. W. Lewis.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTT180 .L44
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[5], 120 p.
    Number of Pages120
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5582129M
    LC Control Number67097730

    Fibreboard A lightweight manufactured board material with little strength, can be used in ceilings or as insulation to attics. Miter joint n - Similar to a traditional box joint, except the edge grain is hidden. It is one of the best measures of the ability of a wood species to withstand denting and wear. Rotary-cut, rotary-peeled adj - Wood that is cut without being surfaced. Warp includes bow, crook, cup and twist, or any combination thereof. When the individual strips or planks are butted together, the tongue of one piece engages the groove of the next piece.

    Interlocked grain Grain that exhibits periodic changes in the direction and pitch of the fibres, often producing a ribbon-like figure. Clearness is measured in large rectangular areas called cuttings and it is graded on the best face, however both faces of the board must meet the minimum requirement for FAS. Pilot hole n - A hole drilled into a workpiece that is used to guide a fastener, ensuring the fastener is driven in the proper direction; it can also clear some offcut wood to prevent splitting. A featherboard is often made by cutting various slots into the end of a board.

    The tongue projects a little less than the groove is deep. Bullnose v -To create a half-round, convex edge through the process of milling. Spline n - A narrow strip of wood that is joined with other pieces of wood by being glued into corresponding grooves. Spiral grain is a form of cross grain. The completely dry oven-dry or kiln dried weight of a given species is a constant, and the moisture content of the wood at any given time can be express as a percentage of this constant. The deadman itself can slide to accommodate different lengths.


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Woodworking has a wide range of applications, from building functional structures to creating artwork. Cabinetmaker n - An expert woodworker who builds fine furniture.

Your layouts and bill of materials will instantly update, along with the project's total cost! The fact that the shelf is notched and the dado is stopped allows for the joinery to remain hidden when assembled. The edges are rough from the sawmill.

Bar clamp n - A clamp with a long bar that spans two clamping jaws, used to hold large items. Heartwood is generally darker than sapwood, but the two are not always clearly differentiated.

For example, drawer fronts would be primary, and sides and back would be secondary. Engineered flooring is produced by adhering layers of plastic laminate veneer with real wood.

Slip a shaped stone used for sharpening non-flat blades such as gouges.

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Flitch n - Veneers flat-sawn into sheets and gathered in the order they were sliced from the log; can also refer to one-quarter of a log. Pavilion A temporary movable building or tent. Sticking a moulding that is part of a larger piece of wood such as a frame as opposed to being applied.

Resaw v - The act of cutting a piece of wood at its length and width in order to create thinner boards. Two edge laps are combined to form an edge lap joint.

Because of its weight, it is not used where a lot of material needs to be removed. Seasoning reducing the moisture content of wood before working to prevent cracking, splitting, and other damage due to drying. Similar to mortise-and-tenon joints that have been cut along the length of two boards.

Shake a crack or split in wood, caused by damage or drying. Drying wood in a kiln is an art to ensure that the wood dries evenly to retain its strength and aesthetic properties.

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