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close this bookMeasuring and Scribing - Course: Manual Woodworking Techniques. Instruction Examples for Practical Vocational Training
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Instruction Example 1.3.: Scribing with Templates

Practise the scribing of curved lines with templates for curves of all kinds.

Material

According to their application solid wood strips or plies (plywood).

Measures:

solid wood



thickness:

20

mm

width:

100

mm

length:

1000

mm




ply



thickness:

6

mm

width:

100

mm

length:

1000

mm

Tools

Folding rule, pair of compasses, try square

Auxiliary accessories

Work bench or carpenter’s bench, pasteboard, pencil, scissors, template (to be made if necessary)

Required previous knowledge

Knowledge of wood features (pay attention to the grain direction), reading of drawings

Explanations to the working drawing

1 equal to radius R 400

Sequence of operations

Comments




1.

Preparation of the working place.

Check for the completeness.




2.

Construct the template on pasteboard (or transfer it from the drawing).

Determine if a working allowance has to be taken into account.




3.

Cut out the template.




4.

Put the template on the workpiece.

Place it so that a large part of the workpiece surface has a continuous grain direction.




5.

Mark the form of the template with a pencil.





6.

Check the markings.


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