The first of three books designed to meet the needs of students engaged on a course of study in carpentry and joinery. Together, the three volumes cover the content of the City and Guilds of London Institute Craft certificate course in carpentry and joinery (course number 585).
The first of three books designed to meet the needs of students engaged on a course of study in carpentry and joinery. Together, the three volumes cover the content of the City and Guilds of London Institute craft certificate course in carpentry and joinery (course numer 585). Procedures described in the practical sections of the text have been chosen because they follow safe working principles. The aim of the book is to supplement school or college-based work of a theoretical and practical nature, its presentation is such that it should also prove invaluable to students studying by correspondence course ("distance learning") and to mature students who in earlier years may perhaps have overlooked the all-important basic principles of our craft.
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"A valuable asset to students and those with a wider experience...This first volume indicates clearly that the set of books will be of immense value to all carpentry and joinery students preparing for their qualifications. The drawings and photographs, both of which are numerous, are excellent, and the descriptive matter very well written. " Journal of the Institute of Carpenters
Table of Contents
Part 1 Timber and associated materials: growth and structure of a tree; hardwoods and softwoods; sources and supply of timber; size and selection of timber; drying timber and moisture content; common enemies; manufactured boards; laminated plastics; board and sheet sizes. Part 2 Hand tools and workshop practices: measuring tools; setting-out and marking-out (marking-out) tools; saws; planes; boring tools; chisels; shaping tools; finishing tools and abrasives; holding equipment (tools and devices); tool storage; tool maintenance. Part 3 The porterbox storage system: practical project; porterbox crop-fronted tool box and saw stool; practical project; portercaddy - practical project; portercase - practical project; porterdolly - practical project; porterchest. Part 4 Portable powered hand tools: electric drills; rotary impact drills; electric screwdriver; orbital sander or finishing sander; specification plate; general safety. Part 5 Woodworking machines: gross-cutting machines; circular sawing machines; planing machines; mortising machines; narrow band-sawing machines; wood-turning lathes; sanding machines; woodworking machines regulations 1974; grinding machines; workshop layout. Part 6 Basic woodworking joints: lengthening and joints; widening-edge joints; framing-angle joints. Part 7 Suspended timber ground floors: floor joints; flooring (decking); skirting. Part 8 Gable-ended single roofs: roof terminology; forming a pitched roof; common rafters; roof assembly; eaves details. Part 9 Turning pieces and centres up to 1 metre span: simple geometric arch shapes; turning pieces; centres; easing and striking centres. Part 10 Formwork: formwork design; pre-cast work. Part 11 Ledged-and-battened doors: door construction; assembly; framing; fitting and hanging; items and processes. Part 12 Single-light casement windows: construction; fixing to the structure. Part 13 Moisture movement: surface tnesion; capillarity; preventative measures. Part 14 Shelving: traditional shelving; proprietary systems and shelving aids. Part 15 Fixing devices: word screws; threaded bolts; fixing plates; plugs.
Carpentry and Joinery: v. 1 by Brian Porter
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