By Xavier Roberts
This booklet offers a primary direction in Carpentry.
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The one in the photo is a 160mm (6 1/2inch) blade size. The larger ones are 235mm blade size. Here are some basic tips and instructions on the proper use of circular saws. Steps 1. Understand the different types and sizes of circular saws and their purposes. Here a few examples: o 5 inch trim saws, usually with a fine-toothed blade and often with the blade located on the left side of the motor, for easy viewing of the blade path. These are available in 120V, AC models, and rechargeable battery models in various DC voltages.
Only put one screw in each hinge to begin with so you can test that the door closes easily in the frame. If you are happy, then screw in the remaining screws. Add the door stop if you are concerned about the door bumping into and marking the wall behind it. There are many different types of doorstops. One of them can be constructed as follows: o With the door shut, mark around the frame at the point where the door stop needs to be fixed. Then measure across the top of the frame and transfer this measurement to the wood for the doorstop.
O Cut to size. Place the wood across a portable bench or a sturdy surface, and cut the wood according to your measurements. o Screw the doorstop to the frame. Place the top of the doorstop in position and drill it in place. Use at least three screws to secure the doorstop to the frame. When you have successfully fitted the top piece, repeat this process for the two remaining sides of the doorstop. Warnings • • • Drill Safety: Wear goggles and keep loose items of clothing, hair and jewelery tucked away.
A First Course in Carpentry by Xavier Roberts