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Home Craftsman No11 (1906)

Home Craftsman No11 (1906)

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Published by Robert Elliott PH.d
Home Craftsman Chapter 11 of 14

HOME TRAINING IN CABINET WORK: NEW
SERIES OF PRACTICAL TALKS ON STRUCTURAL
WOOD WORKING. BY GUSTAV STICKLEY
HE spirit and purpose of this series of articles on structural wood working is best expressed in the motto of THE CRAFTSMAN, “Als ik kan,” and in beginning this friendly talk with the boys, young and older-grown,-it seems most natural to go back to the time when I was a boy and first learned to make things. Although the boys of to-day are to be the men of to-morrow, there are many grown-ups whom I hope to interest in these practical talks illustrated with drawings and working plans as object lessons, that can be utilized by any boy or man who wishes to do something with his own hands and head, and to learn how to do things right by beginning right.
Home Craftsman Chapter 11 of 14

HOME TRAINING IN CABINET WORK: NEW
SERIES OF PRACTICAL TALKS ON STRUCTURAL
WOOD WORKING. BY GUSTAV STICKLEY
HE spirit and purpose of this series of articles on structural wood working is best expressed in the motto of THE CRAFTSMAN, “Als ik kan,” and in beginning this friendly talk with the boys, young and older-grown,-it seems most natural to go back to the time when I was a boy and first learned to make things. Although the boys of to-day are to be the men of to-morrow, there are many grown-ups whom I hope to interest in these practical talks illustrated with drawings and working plans as object lessons, that can be utilized by any boy or man who wishes to do something with his own hands and head, and to learn how to do things right by beginning right.

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HOME TRAINING IN CABINET WORK: PRAC-TICAL EXAMPLES IN STRUCTURAL WOOD-WORKING. ELEVENTH OF THE SERIES
DINING TABLE
T
IS table is designed to extend to ten feet.The extension slides will need tobe procured from a manufacturer as they are difficult to make by hand.Thecenter leg is firmly screwed on to the cross piece and each end of the cross pieceis screwed to the center slide of each group.Four dowel pins keep the top exactlyflush and ordinary window fasteners, if placed at the joining of the rails, will keep themfrom parting.Blocks are glued and screwed to the rails and lag screws run throughthese blocks and the leg, making a very firm joint, which is necessary on account ofthere being no support below.The top is fastened by table irons about g inches apart,one being placed in the top of each leg and the others spaced evenly on the rails.MILL BILL OF LUMBER FOR DINING TABLE
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THER chairs have been given in this series, and a description of one appliesclosely to all. The sides are put together first, the side rails being mortised andtenoned and the front and back rails dowelled, thereby pinning the tenons.The arms should have no sharp edges and are sprung into place after the rest of thechair is put together. The back slats are curved. By referring to page 240 of theMay,
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