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close this bookWorking with Driling Machines - Course: Mechanical Woodworking Techniques. Instruction Examples for Practical Vocational Training
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View the documentInstruction Example 03.1.: Brush Stand
View the documentInstruction Example 03.2.: Decorative Board
View the documentInstruction Example 03.3.: Wall Shelf

Instruction Example 03.3.: Wall Shelf

Manufacturing of bores for dowel and screw joints to mount a wall shelf.

Material

- 2 prefabricated decorative boards (Instruction Example 03.2.)

length:

500 mm

width:

70 mm

thickness:

20 mm

- 1 planed board

length:

500 mm

width:

80 mm

thickness:

20 mm

- 2 planed and half-round cut boards

length:

160 mm

width:

80 mm

thickness:

20 nun

- 12 flat head wood screws

- 4 wooden dowels


Figure

Machines and tools

Bench or pillar drilling machine, pencil, awl, drill with centering drill point according to the dowel and screw size, countersink, screwdriver, wooden hammer

Measuring and testing means

Folding rule, marking gauge

Auxiliaries

Clamping means, cold glue

Necessary basic knowledge

Measuring and marking

Sequence of operations

Comments

1. Preparing the working material Checking the machine for functioning

Check for completeness

2. Marking and marking out the bores for the wood joints

Determine the bore distance yourself!

3. Clamping the drill and drilling the through hole and bottom bores

Selecting the drill according to the size of the screw and dowel diameters!

4. Clamping the countersink and countersinking the side boards for accommodating in the screw head


5. Manufacturing the dowel joints


6. Manufacturing the screw joints


7. Checking the joints for stability and cleanliness



Wall shelf