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Staircase jig

designed to cut out an entire stringer in one setup. There are jigs to cut dovetails, mortise & tenon joints, box joints, keyed miters, finger joints...

Last Update: 2018-09-04T02:29:32Z Word Count : 309 Synonim Staircase jig

Box joint

chisel, and fine cabinet makers still use these methods. Jigs can also be used, as with dovetails, to help produce a consistent result. Applications include...

Last Update: 2020-07-19T03:58:37Z Word Count : 248 Synonim Box joint

List of This Old House episodes (seasons 11–20)

solid-oak white-stained faces, morticed European hinges, full-extension, dovetailed, solid-wood drawers, and a two-part epoxy finish. The oak floor has been...

Last Update: 2021-01-22T14:23:26Z Word Count : 327 Synonim List of This Old House episodes (seasons 11–20)

M*A*S*H (film)

dialogue. This is still watchable for the verve of the ensemble acting and dovetailing direction, but some of the crassness leaves a sour aftertaste." Writing...

Last Update: 2021-02-23T03:55:58Z Word Count : 4336 Synonim M*A*S*H (film)

Milling (machining)

typically raises and lowers the entire head, including motor, often on a dovetailed (sometimes round with rack and pinion) vertical column. A mill drill also...

Last Update: 2021-01-31T05:24:04Z Word Count : 7645 Synonim Milling (machining)

Bench hook

nail. Usually a bench hook is used with a backsaw, such as a tenon saw or dovetail saw. In use the bench hook is laid flat onto the workbench, so the hook...

Last Update: 2020-12-31T07:20:50Z Word Count : 689 Synonim Bench hook

Router (woodworking)

many uses. With the help of the multitude of jigs and various bits, they are capable of producing dovetails, mortises, and tenons, moldings of infinite...

Last Update: 2021-02-09T16:45:00Z Word Count : 2667 Synonim Router (woodworking)

Machine tool

freehand. The machine slide (tool way), which has many forms, such as dovetail ways, box ways, or cylindrical column ways. Machine slides constrain tool...

Last Update: 2020-12-22T04:03:41Z Word Count : 4663 Synonim Machine tool

Glossary of woodworking

disease of timber that gives a spotted or speckled appearance to the wood. dovetail joint A joint technique most commonly used in woodworking joinery. Noted...

Last Update: 2020-12-21T11:09:21Z Word Count : 2867 Synonim Glossary of woodworking

Workbench (woodworking)

the benchtop that tools or jigs can be bolted to. In applications where repeated removal and reinstallation of the tool or jig is desirable, screwing into...

Last Update: 2020-10-05T16:30:34Z Word Count : 3256 Synonim Workbench (woodworking)


transported to the site and laid without mortar. Knobs, indentations and dovetails were used to form joints between stones. The roof of stupas, niches and...

Last Update: 2021-02-20T15:01:05Z Word Count : 10626 Synonim Borobudur

British folk revival

1956–58. Spearheaded by Lonnie Donegan’s hit "Rock Island Line" (1956) it dovetailed with the growth of café youth culture, where skiffle bands with acoustic...

Last Update: 2021-02-10T23:14:09Z Word Count : 4136 Synonim British folk revival

List of The Woodwright's Shop episodes

112 "Panel Frame and Dovetail" TBA Roy discusses frame-and-panel construction for doors and the basic steps to create a dovetailed joint. 39 113 "Colonial...

Last Update: 2020-12-17T16:56:40Z Word Count : 519 Synonim List of The Woodwright's Shop episodes

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Staircase jig

A staircase jig is a woodworking tool that incorporates both a right angle and an acute angle in its design. The jig is easily transported due to its small size and light weight. Precise measurements are required to layout the diagonal locations. This jig uses a zero reference line from which the rise and tread are measured. The upper part of the jig is a right triangle with a roundover overhang. The template allows for a tight fit of the tread into the stringer in the overhang section. The bottom of the jig incorporates an acute angle. This tapered angle allows a space for a wedge to fit against the back side of the vertical and the horizontal plane of the stringer. This jig can be used to lay out different rise (vertical) and tread (horizontal) widths. The jig is used with a plunge router and a bushing guide. The router plows out a precise groove into the finished product that allows all the parts to fit together.

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