A COLLECTION OF NEW AND IMPROVED METHODS OF LAYING OUT AND ERECTING CARPENTERS' AND JOINERS' WORK
By ALBERT FAIR
80 PAGES (5x7 inches)
75 ILLUSTRATIONS Handsomely bound in Cloth.
PRICE, 50 CENTS
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TO LAY OUT and erect carpenters' work accurately and quickly is an accomplishment desired by all progressive carpenters. In this book, not only the simple rules for the short cut are given, but also the "reason why," so that the carpenter can apply his knowledge to many problems besides those given in this book.
The book contains remarks about the carpenter and his work, a large folding plate showing the interior of a house with each part named, the use of geometry, mitreing, mitre boxes, mitres for curved moldings, various kinds of molding, bending moldings around circles, rake moldings, kerfing, brackets for coves, use of the steel square, use of 2-foot rule, use of glue, working hardwood, blind nailing, setting door jambs, hanging doors, fitting doors and windows, framing, siding, shingling, framing a floor with short timbers, building up a beam, laying floors, wood carpet, dished floors, veneering, inlaying, roof framing simply explained, braces, hoppers, wheat bins, fence posts, shaping a flag pole, bevel of tank staves, well curbs, etc., etc.
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