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By Wayne Barton

Chip carving bargains such a lot of choices—and this bounty of styles was once particularly selected to supply carvers with adventure in lots of kinds, together with lettering, symptoms, geometrics designs, positive-image, and free-form paintings. The initiatives characteristic greater than one hundred twenty five diversified decorative plates, containers, wall plaques, cupboards, chair backs, condominium numbers, lamp bases, lap desks, and different creations. New to this variation: a lettering chart for readers to track after which carve. To make issues even more straightforward, you employ in basic terms the 2 such a lot on hand knife blades (W.B. foremost No. 1 and No. 2) and the main flexible, manageable woods (basswood and butternut).

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I have found that I can perform nearly all my shaping operations on a 3-hp plunge router mounted under a table. Occasionally I use molding heads on the radial-arm or table saw to shape large patterns, and I have even farmed out volume work to mill shops. ) These assumptions leave only two major mobile tools to deal with: the band saw and the surface planer. My band saw has spent a good deal of time roaming around my shop. Its latest location is just ahead of and to the left of the jointer (see the shop map on page 15).

The vehicles must also have a place to turn around. Another important consideration is whether the law allows you to work in your home. Contact your city or regional planning office to find out whether your property is zoned for commercial use. You can also simply go to the town hall and ask to see the zoning map and the list of attendant ordinances. ) As a one- or two-person shop, you will be small, but you won't be invisible. If there's a legal problem with your presence, you might eventually find yourself out of a shop.

Wax the guard where it meets the wood, and keep the pivot well lubricated with a light grease. Also lubricate the table and fence surfaces with wax to avoid erratic feed movement and to reduce drag. One final note: Save one-third of the blade area exclusively for edging stock, such as particleboard and plywood, that is damaging to the blades. The remaining two-thirds will stay sharp far longer, extending the replacement period significantly. The Surface Planer In the early years I owned a handsome, old and heavy (immobile, actually) 16″ planer.

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