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Complete Course In WOOD TURNING On Cd ( NO Books )
COURSE 1 BEGINNER
A COURSE IN WOOD TURNING (348 pages)
"'with illustrations in separate folder for easy printing'"
Course 2 "The Examination"
PREPARED FOR THE USE OF STUDENTS IN MANUAL TRAINING
HIGH SCHOOLS, TECHNICAL SCHOOLS,
AND COLLEGES (1909) 90 pages
The Author’s Introduction : The object of these pages is to place before pupils such information as will be of practical help to them in their work in wood .turning. It has been the writer's experience that pupils lose confidence and become nervous because of the mishaps that are sure to occur, especially in attempting certain forms often presented early in courses of this character ; and for this reason these exercises have been arranged in such a way that the turning of beads and similar work is left until such time as the confidence of the pupil is fully established ; in fact, until he has had considerable experience on the lathe in handling the principal tools in connection with the simpler forms.
Course 3 (The Laboratory Course) 80 pages
The Author’s Introduction : THE practice of wood-turning is an art relative to which there is little published, and there is, in consequence, little chance for arriving at conclusions as to the best method for performing any given operation; so there is a wide diversity in the methods by which different operators arrive at the same results. Some use one tool almost exclusively, while others use a large variety of tools. The following exercises are designed to give the operator command of the more commonly used tools, using each for the operations for which it is especially fitted. The first four exercises are of special importance, and the operator is urged to continue the practice of them until he can perform them easily and safely ; the operations involved in the third exercise, when mastered, will be found to give special confidence. As the exercises have been arranged to give in the most direct manner, and without repetition, the typical operations of the wood-turner, some learners may desire to add further practice in some or all of them, and, for the benefit of such, further exercises, involving similar operations, have been added in the form of an appendix. These have drawings, and, where necessary, additional instructions. The operator is urged, however, to perform the regular exercise before attempting the added one.
Course 4 "Art and Education in Wood Turning"
By WILLIAM W. KLENKE
INSTRUCTOR IN WOODWORKING AND ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING,
CENTRAL COMMERCIAL AND MANUAL TRAINING
HIGH SCHOOL, NEWARK, NEW JERSEY (1921) 120 pages
The Author’s Introduction : THIS book is intended primarily for the use of students in normal schools, high schools, colleges or similar institutions and for lovers of all things useful and beautiful in wood-turning. It aims by means of text and illustrations to give such facts about the art of wood-turning as are needed by students and teachers in the schools. In giving these facts, whenever there is a question between two methods of procedure, the one being the method of the factory expert in wood-turning, and the other the method of the art craftsman in the school. As a result it is sometimes true that a less direct method is recommended than is employed by the commercial turner, but this is justified on the ground of the purpose of the book, which is fundamentally educational. Besides being a book of instruction on the process of woodturning, it is a book of problems, in the designing of which the author has constantly aimed to recognize beauty of form. As indicated by the title of the book, the author's chief purpose has been to make a contribution to the teaching of art and to education, through the fine old craft of wood-turning.
Problems in Wood-turning 64 pages (1909)
Author: Fred Duane Crawshaw
The Author’s Introduction : WOOD-TURNING doubtless is an art. However, if the statements which follow in this text are facts, the subject comprises some of the elements of a science. The art of wood-turning is the ability of the operator to skilfully handle the tools in making the several wood-turning cuts. The science in wood-turning is found in the mathematical principles discovered when these cuts are analyzed.
Patternmaking 360 pages (1920)
The Author’s Introduction : A treatise on the construction and application of patterns, including the use of woodworking tools, the art of joinery, wood turning, and various methods of building patterns and core-boxes of different types (1920) Author: Shelly, Joseph Atkinson, 1877- Subject: Pattern-making
Lathe work for beginners 288 pages (1922)
The Author’s Introduction : A practical treatise on lathe work with complete instructions for properly using the various tools, including complete directions for wood and metal turning, screw cutting, measuring tools, wood turning, metal spinning, etc., and instructions for building home-made lathes with their attachments, etc. (1922) Author: Yates, Raymond F. (Raymond Francis), 1895- Subject: Lathes; Turning (Lathe work)
HOW THEY ARE SET OUT, HOW MADE AND WHERE USED; WITH FOUR HUNDRED ILLUSTRATIONS.
E-Book 09- Code Of Fair Competition For The Wood Turning, Shaping Industries (1934)
E-Book 10- Supplementary Code Of Fair Competition As Approved On August (1934)
E-Book 11- The Lathe And Its Uses Or, Instruction In The Art Of Turning Wood And Metal (1868)
E-Book 12- The Young Mechanic, Including The Art Of Turning In Wood And Metal (1902)
E-Book 13- Training In Wood-Work, Designed For Use In Manual Training And Technical School (1902)
E-Book 14- Wood Working Wood Turning, Pattern making, Green-Sand Molding, Core Making (1903)
E-Book 15- Wood-Turning (1921)
E-Book 16- Amendment To Code Of Fair Competition For Wood Turning, Shaping Industries As Approved On October 19 (1934)
E-Book 17- Artistic Wood Turning Works Catalogue 1917- 1918 (1917)
E-Book 18- The Turner's Companion
The turner's companion: containing instructions in concentric, elliptic, and eccentric turning; also various plates of chucks, tools and instruments: and directions for using the eccentric cutter, drill, vertical cutter, and circular test; with patterns, and instructions for working them (1868)
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