Woodwork Joints by William Fairham
28 Tusk tenon joints
Tongueing and grooving planes, 61
Tongues, cross and feather, 51, 52
Tongues, loose, 55
Toothing plane, 161, 162
Trestle joint, 24
Try square, 9, 28
Tusk tenon joints, 74, 75
Twin tenons, 72, 73, 80
Twist bit, 96
Vee'd matchboarding, 49, 50
Vee'd scarf joint, 105
Veneer keying, 178
Wall plugs, 186
Wedges for tenon joints, 67
Wedging, fox, 76
Wedging frames, 184
Wheel joints, barrow, 20
Wheel, sprocket, 68
Wheelwright's self-wedging tenon joint, 75
Winding laths, 3
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Table of contents (by pages)
- 1: Woodwork Joints by William Fairham
- 2: Simplest Form of Glued or Rubbed Joint
- 3: How the Wood is held whilst Glueing
- 4: Testing Surface with Winding Laths
- 5: Example of Circular Laminated work
- 6: The ploughslip being used to carry the drawer bottom
- 7: Halved Joint with Double Dovetail
- 8: Dovetailed Halved Joint with Shoulders
- 9: Generally known as a cellarette
- 10: Oxford Frame with Halved Joints
- 11: Showing an Oblique Halved Joint
- 12: This is also called an Open slot mortise and tenon joint
- 13: Application of Bridle Joint to Roof Truss
- 14: Vertical Boring previous to Chiselling
- 15: Tongued and Grooved Matchboarding
- 16: Matchboarding Vee'd Both Sides
- 17: And the grooves are arranged so that
- 18: Cramping a Tongued and Grooved Mitre
- 19: The grooves having been completed
- 20: This is called a barefaced tenon
- 21: Barefaced tenons being employed
- 22: Long and Short Shouldered Tenon
- 23: Or the midfeather between two drawers
- 24: Operation of Pegs in Drawbore Pinning
- 25: Tenon with Tongued and Grooved Shoulder
- 26: Setting out Stiles and Rails for Tenoning
- 27: Second Operation in Sawing Tenons
- 28: Simply drive the dowel to within 1 8 in
- 29: Dowelled Joint ready for Glueing
- 30: Method of Dowelling Thick Timber
- 31: Glue dowels and complete joints
- 32: Detail of Scarfed Joint in Purlins
- 33: Hinges call for careful gauging and accurate fitting
- 34: In this sketch three intermediate saw kerfs are shown
- 35: 235 is a centre or pivot hinge
- 36: Gauged on the inside of the carcase end
- 37: Commence with the web under the lath A
- 38: And the outside of the architrave moulding
- 39: Shutting Stile of Cupboard Door
- 40: Meeting Stiles with rebated Astragal
- 41: Through Dovetails on Carcase Work P
- 42: How to obtain Correct Angles for Dovetail Template
- 43: Cutting away the Half Dovetails
- 44: Cutting several Dovetails at once
- 45: Working a Housed and Mitred Dovetail Joint
- 46: Showing Bearer Rails Dovetailed
- 47: Hand made Template for Marking Dovetails
- 48: Chipping Waste of Lap Dovetail
- 49: Paring away Channel for Dovetail Grooving
- 50: And other angles and kerfs may be made where desired
- 51: 331 by using straight mitres at A
- 52: And a template made of cardboard
- 53: And the method is called laminating
- 54: Leaving a solid portion to which the muntin is skew nailed
- 55: Another type of Birdsmouth Joint
- 56: The corrugations add to the strength of the device
- 57: 369 is probably older than many of us could guess
- 58: Must remain above the slot of X
- 59: THE DOUBLE DOVETAIL PUZZLE Fig
- 60: Variation of the Dovetail Puzzle
- 61: The ordinary mortising exercise is
- 62: 188 Bevelled dovetailing
- 63: 175 Corner dovetail
- 64: 145 Dovetail joint
- 65: Marking dovetails with cutting
- 66: 24 tusk tenon
- 67: 8 Mitred dovetail
- 68: 38 Oblique dovetailing
- 69: Tenon with tongued and grooved
- 70: 175 Table framing
- 71: 28 Tusk tenon joints