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By John Nelson

Пятьдесят солидных на вид, но простых в исполнении проектов, готовые к использованию шаблоны включены в это издание.Шкатулки, необычные часы, и многие репродукций антикварной мебели обеспечат увлекательное времяпровождение для начинающих столяров.

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It is as w ell t o get this thoroughly sorted out before starting to use ma rking punches to pu t the figures in. because it can be very di fficu lt t o retrieve th e situa­ tion if th e start was made the wrong wa y. 73 CHAPTER 14 Cutter Speeds for Vertical Milling a~ In gene ral I af raid mode l eng ineers do no t have very clear ideas about ho w fast they should run t heir lath es, drills or mi lling m achines. To run t oo slowly extends the w or king time unnecessarily, but to ru n t oo fa st will soo n blunt a cutter and may also cause poor w ork finish through cha tter.

A. m any years ago. Th ey are of cours e now m ade by Britis h firm s as w ell. and by o th ers all ove r th e w orld . to an accu racy of in tern ational st and ards . far be tter th an anything th at is needed fo r model engin eering , and are prope rly back ed off as w ell as being made f rom high speed ste el. No single cu tt er will properl y deal with all num ber of tee th, so t hey are m ade in set s. ea c ~ cutter dea ling wi th a li m it ed range . and each bea rs an ident ify ing num ber.

So as to positively limit the t abl e movement an keep the li nes the co rrect length. W he re there are li nes of mor e than one length on the sam e di al, one or more slip s of she et metal ca n be inserted in front of the stop to obtai n the sho rt lines . The cu tting tool can be gro un d to an included angle of about 50 degrees, Few mode lle rs have access to an engraving cutter gr inder. which is the ideal m achine for grindi ng the D-bit type cutters with conica l end w hich are neede d.

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