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MANUAL TRAINING FIRST LESSONS WOOD -MTOIIZIING PROFESSOR OF APPLIED MATHEMATICS IN THE COLLEGE OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK, INSTRUCTOR IN CIIARGE OF 1114 WORKSHOPS OF THE COLLEGE, ARD AUTHOR OF 11 MANUAL OF LOGARITHMIC COMPUTATION IVISOK, BLAKEMAN, AND COAIPANY lpublfebera NEW YORK AND CHICAGQ 1888, BY IVISON, BLAKERlAK CO. - PRESS OF HENRY H. CLARK CO., BOSTON. CORRECTIONS. ..- - . By mistake of the draughtsman several errors appear in the figures which should be corrected, as below Page 16, Fig. 7.-The end of the block should show concentric rings, not a spiral. It is shown correctly in this figure. I, i 8 Page 75, Fig. 30.-The set ----A screw should be in the head of the gauge, not in the… rod. It is shown correctly in the annexed cuts. Page 113, Fig. 49.-The last part of this figure should be changed to appear as below TABLE OF CONTENTS. PAGE PREFACE . a.. . 111 ZXTERIATS I, ESSON AS TOOI, S SEEDED . vii I. Cutting tools - knife and hatchet crosscutting . . l 11. Knife and hatchet continued splittiilg whittling, 2nd hcving 111. Strength of wood . IV. The Cross-cut-saw . . 8 . 14 . 21 1. Shrinking, cracking and warping of tilnler 28 I . Working-sketches . 32 VII. Working-drawings . . 38 VIII. Making a nailed box laying out tllc work 44 IX. Hammer and nails putting at box together . . 49 X. The same, continued taking apart . 54 XI. The Jaclr-plane . . 5s XII. The Smoothing-plane . . G8 XIII. Back-saw ancl hcnch-dog . . 75 XIV. The Chisel paring and chamfering characters of ciifferent woods . . S5 V BC. Tools and Materials required for the Course of Lessons in Wood-Working. I.-TOOLS, OPUE FOR EACH PUPIL. Pocket-knife, two blades. Lead pencil, No. 2. Marking-gauge. Cross-cut-saw, 22 inches long, 8 teeth to the inch. Rip-saw, 22 c 6 4 L 6 6 6 Tenon-saw, 14 6 6 12 t L 6 6 Dove-tail-saw, 8 6 L 15 CL tt Try square, steel blade, 6 inches long. Hammer, weight 1 lb., handled. Mallet, 1 lb., handled. Two-foot folding rule, metric and English on opposite sides. Jack-plane, double-ironed. Smoothing-plane, double-ironed. Firmer chisel, one inch, pear-tree handle. L half-inch 6 6 6 6 6 6 quarter-inch 6 11.-TOOLS, ONE FOR EACH BENCH TWO PUPILS. Double bench, with closets. Bevel, blade 12 inches long. . . . v111 drlawivtrl Trctiwig. -- Oil-stone, in box. Oil-can, filled. Bench-dog, G inches by 12. Brace. Center-bit, inch. Screw-driver, inch. Brad-awls, A and 2. 111. - TOOLS FOR EXCI1 CI, ASS. One chopping-block, 12 to 15 inches in dinlncter, 20 inches high. One dozen straight-edges, X 2 - 24, pine. Three glue-pots, 1 quart. Three glue-brushes. Two dozen hand-screws, 14 inches. L L L 6 6 6 6 9 Twenty pounds glue. Can of sperln-oil, 1 gallon. white shellac varnish, 1 gallon. One fore-plane. Three plows, with bits. One draw-knife. IV.-MATERIALS FOR EACH PUPIL. LESSON 1. - Stick of white pine, square, 10 long. Stick of pine or hemlock fire-wood, 2 feet long, 2 inches thick. LESSON 11. -Two pieces of pine, each X 2-6, one straight-grained the other crooked. Piece of pine or hemlock fire-wood, six or eight inches X Manual fiaining. LESSON XXIV. -Half sheet sand-paper, nunlber 0. V. - MATERIALS OF ILLUSTRATION FOR EACH CLASS. Specilnen of fiher of hemp and flax for Lesson III., 11. 14. Iiece of rotund pine or spruce, about six inches long, wit11 bark on, for Lesson III., p. 16. Snlall testing-ilachine desirable hut not indispensable for Lesson III., p. 18. Piece or pieces of round timber, about 10 or 12 inches i11 diameter and 2 feet long, stripped of bark, showing character and direction of cracks or checks for Lcsson P, p. 31. Sinlilnr pieces cut into boards, which are numbered and tied together, sltils included, in their proper places, for same. Block of valnut 5 X 34- - F, with hole in one end as in descriltion, p. 34, 35. Nailed box, 05 X S - 12, as figured on p. 3