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Things to Make

Things to Make

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Transcriber's Note: If the pdf version of the book is viewed using facing pages with even numbered pages on the left, you will see a close approximation of the original book. Notations of the form "(1,650) 2" appear at the bottom of some pages; they are probably printer's references for assembling to book. The text only version is of limited use because of the many figures used. I recommend the pdf or rtf versions. Some of the projects should be approached with care since they involve corrosive
Transcriber's Note: If the pdf version of the book is viewed using facing pages with even numbered pages on the left, you will see a close approximation of the original book. Notations of the form "(1,650) 2" appear at the bottom of some pages; they are probably printer's references for assembling to book. The text only version is of limited use because of the many figures used. I recommend the pdf or rtf versions. Some of the projects should be approached with care since they involve corrosive

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Transcriber's Note:If the pdf version of the book is viewed using facingpages with even numbered pages on the left, you will see aclose approximation of the original book.Notations of the form "(1,650) 2" appear at the bottomof some pages; they are probably printer's references forassembling to book.The text only version is of limited use because of themany figures used. I recommend the pdf or rtf versions.Some of the projects should be approached with caresince they involve corrosive or explosive chemicals,electricity and steam boilers.
 Do not use lead solder, particularly on cookingutensils.
Whether you simply want to travel back into the mindof a young boy at the beginning of the twentieth century, orwant to try your hand at some interesting projects incarpentry, machinery, kites and many other areas, have fun.The following four pages have definitions of unusual(to me) terms used frequently in the text.
 
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Batten - Narrow strip of wood.Benzoline - An impure benzene; colorless, flammable, liquidaromatic hydrocarbon, C6H6.Bevel (Bevelling) - A cut that is not a right angle.Bradawl - Awl with a beveled tip to make holes in wood for bradsor screws.Chamfer - Cut off the edge or corner; bevel.Boss - Enlarged part of a shaft where another shaft is coupled or awheel or gear is keyed.Broach - To shape a hole with a tapered tool.Carbide - Calcium carbide, used to produce acetylene(C2H2) gas for lighting and welding.Compo - "Composition", like plastic.Creosote - An oily liquid containing phenols and creosols,obtained from coal tar. Used as a wood preservative anddisinfectant. Can cause severe neurological disturbances if inhaled.Deal - A fir or pine board of standard dimensionsFish-plate - A plate bolted to the sides of two abutting railroadtracks.Fretworking - Ornamental design, often in relief.

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