500 Cabinets A Showcase of Design & Craftsmanship by Ray Hemachandra
By Ray Hemachandra
From a closed hutch and bedside desk to cabinets, curios, and a waterfall chest of drawers, those 500 remarkable modern cupboards exhibit the paintings and craft of excellent furnishings making. those newly made works have a good time form, joinery, detailing, colour, or the sophisticated mixture of all these features. specifically, every bit testifies to the layout and technical talents of its writer, and has that almost all worthwhile component to all mind's eye.
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Only use a circular saw on material which is well supported and stable, remember that having cut though the timber, there is going to be an offcut; nothing to worry about if it is a 25 mm strip of 3 mm ply (but you will still have to hold it), but it will need full support if it is half a sheet of 32 mm ply. If the offcut is heavy and unsupported, it will twist away before the cut is complete and cause damage to the cut edge, and possible damage to the saw/ injury to the operator. When sawing timber with a laminate finish, cut from the back.
Sizes range between 8 and 32mm. Sharpening - use a fine file, oilstone or grindstone. Hole saw Used for cutting large, fixed, diameter holes in wood or plastic. They will usually cut up to a depth of 18mm deeper versions are available. Best used in a power drill at low speed as the blade saws it's way through the material. Sharpening - could be done with a fine triangular file - as for an ordinary saw. Combination hole saw Like the Hole Saw above, these combination saws can cut large holes but they consist of a number of different sized round saw blades, usually ranging from about 25 to 62mm in diameter.
The coating is only really effective when metal is being drilled, it has little effect when working with other materials. 8-12 mm plus. They are designed for drilling relatively small holes, they sometimes tend to clog quickly especially when the wood is 'green' so when drilling deep holes (especially in hardwood) the bits should be withdrawn regularly to remove the waste. Special care is required when using the smallest sizes since these bits are thin and brittle. Always hold the drill square to the work and apply only light pressure when drilling.