9781590703762

Modern Cabinetmaking

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  • ISBN13:

    9781590703762

  • ISBN10:

    1590703766

  • Edition: 4th
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2004-07-01
  • Publisher: Goodheart-Willcox Pub
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Summary

Comprehensive text that covers cabinetmaking and woodworking techniques employed by custom cabinetmakers and home woodworkers.

Table of Contents

Introduction to Cabinetmaking
13(10)
Design Decisions
14(2)
Material Decisions
16(1)
Production Decisions
17(1)
Producing Cabinetry
18(2)
Managing Work
20(3)
Cabinetry Styles
23(18)
Progression of Styles
23(2)
Traditional Styles
25(4)
Provincial Styles
29(2)
Contemporary Styles
31(3)
Coordinating Styles
34(7)
Components of Design
41(12)
Function
41(1)
Form
41(1)
Design Levels
41(9)
Design Applications
50(3)
Design Decisions
53(6)
Identifying Needs and Wants
53(1)
Gathering Information
53(1)
Creating Ideas
54(1)
Refining Ideas
55(1)
Analyzing the Refined Ideas
56(2)
Making Decisions
58(1)
Human Factors
59(8)
Standard Dimensions
59(1)
Standing
60(1)
Sitting
61(3)
Reclining
64(1)
Line of Sight
65(1)
Human Factors and Safety
65(2)
Production Decisions
67(12)
Production Decisions
67(1)
Planning Your Work
67(2)
Plan of Procedure
69(6)
Applying Finish
75(1)
Working Your Plan
76(3)
Using Working Drawings
79(10)
Types of Drawings
79(4)
Reading Shop Drawings
83(2)
The Language of Drawing
85(2)
Reading Specifications
87(1)
Plan of Procedure
87(2)
Making Sketches and Mock-ups
89(6)
Types of Sketches
89(1)
Sketching
90(1)
Techniques of Sketching
91(2)
Developing Mock-ups
93(2)
Producing Working Drawings
95(12)
Computer Use in Cabinetmaking
95(3)
Manual Drafting
98(4)
Producing Shop Drawings
102(5)
Wood Characteristics
107(10)
Tree Parts
107(2)
Tree Identification
109(1)
Wood Classification
109(2)
Properties of Wood
111(6)
Lumber and Millwork
117(22)
Harvesting
117(3)
Drying
120(1)
Identifying Lumber Defects
120(6)
Grading
126(3)
Ordering Lumber
129(3)
Millwork
132(4)
Specialty Items
136(3)
Cabinet and Furniture Woods
139(26)
Terms to Know
139(1)
Wood Species
140(25)
Manufactured Panel Products
165(18)
Structural Wood Panels
165(8)
Appearance Panels
173(4)
Engineered Board Products
177(2)
Working with Panel Products
179(4)
Veneers and Plastic Overlays
183(14)
Types of Veneers
184(1)
Cutting Veneer
184(2)
Special Veneers
186(1)
Clipping and Drying Veneer
187(1)
Matching Veneers
187(1)
Veneer Inlays
188(2)
Plastic Overlays
190(7)
Glass, Plastic, and Ceramic Products
197(26)
Glass, Plastics, and Ceramics
197(2)
Selecting Glass Sheets
199(1)
Installing Glass Sheets
200(4)
Installing Leaded and Stained Glass Panels
204(2)
Selecting Plastic Materials
206(4)
Installing Plastic
210(3)
Solid Surface Material Tops
213(4)
Selecting Ceramic Tile
217(1)
Installing Tile
217(3)
Slate Tile
220(3)
Mechanical Fasteners
223(22)
Unthreaded Fasteners
223(6)
Threaded Fasteners
229(7)
Insert Nuts
236(1)
T-Nuts
237(1)
Anchors
237(2)
Repair Plates
239(1)
Fasteners for Ready-to-Assemble Cabinets
239(6)
Hardware
245(22)
Pulls and Knobs
245(2)
Door Hardware
247(10)
Drawer Hardware
257(1)
Shelf Supports
258(1)
Locks
259(1)
Casters
260(1)
Bed Hardware
260(1)
Lid and Drop Leaf Hardware
260(1)
Furniture Glides
261(1)
Furniture Levelers
261(6)
Health and Safety
267(14)
Unsafe Acts
267(2)
Hazardous Conditions
269(5)
Fire Protection
274(1)
Personal Protective Equipment
275(3)
Mechanical Guarding
278(2)
First Aid
280(1)
Ordering Materials and Supplies
281(8)
Be Thorough
281(1)
Be Economical
281(2)
Describing Materials and Supplies
283(1)
Ordering Materials
283(3)
Ordering Supplies
286(1)
Ordering Tools
287(2)
Measuring and Laying Out Materials
289(16)
Marking Tools
289(1)
Measuring Tools
290(5)
Layout Tools
295(4)
Layout Practices
299(4)
Measuring and Layout Tool Maintenance
303(2)
Sawing with Stationary Power Machines
305(38)
Handedness
305(1)
Sawing Straight Lines
305(1)
Tilting Arbor Table Saw
306(10)
Tilting Table Saw
316(1)
Radial Arm Saw
316(5)
Sawing Curved Lines
321(1)
Band Saw
321(5)
Scroll Saw
326(4)
Selecting Blades
330(5)
Maintaining Saw Blades
335(1)
Maintaining Power Saws
335(8)
Sawing with Hand and Portable Power Tools
343(14)
Handsaws
343(3)
Sawing by Hand
346(1)
Portable Power Saws
347(7)
Maintaining Hand and Portable Power Saws
354(3)
Surfacing with the Jointer and Planer
357(20)
Reading Wood Grain
358(1)
Jointer
358(4)
Planer
362(2)
Jointer/Planer
364(1)
Radial Arm Saw Surfacing
364(1)
Maintaining Surfacing Machines
365(1)
Planer and Jointer Knives
365(1)
Keeping Tools Sharp
365(2)
Sharpening Jointer Knives
367(3)
Maintaining the Planer
370(7)
Surfacing with Planes and Scrapers
377(12)
Hand Plane Surfacing
377(1)
Bench Planes
377(2)
Block Plane Surfacing
379(1)
Scrapers
380(2)
Portable Power Plane Surfacing
382(2)
Sharpening Surfacing Tools
384(5)
Drilling and Boring
389(26)
Drills and Bits
389(9)
Hand Tools for Drilling
398(1)
Stationary Power Machines for Drilling
398(2)
Portable Power Tools for Drilling
400(1)
Drilling and Boring Holes with Hand Tools
401(2)
Drilling and Boring with the Drill Press
403(6)
Drilling with Portable Drills
409(1)
Maintainance
410(5)
Shaping
415(30)
Shaping with Stationary Power Machines
415(17)
Shaping with Portable Power Tools
432(8)
Maintaining Shaping Tools
440(1)
Sharpening Shaper Cutters
441(1)
Sharpening Router Bits
441(1)
Cleaning and Lubricating Machinery
442(1)
Recharging Cordless Tools
442(3)
Turning
445(22)
Lathes
445(2)
Turning Tools
447(3)
Mounting Stock
450(1)
Lathe Speeds
451(1)
Lumber
452(1)
Between-Center Turning
452(8)
Faceplate Turning
460(3)
Smoothing Turned Products
463(1)
Maintaining Lathes and Tools
464(3)
Accessories, Jigs, and Special Machines
467(14)
Accessories
467(4)
Jigs and Fixtures
471(5)
Special Machinery
476(5)
Joint Making
481(32)
Joints and Grain Direction
481(1)
Joints in Manufactured Panel Products
482(1)
Joinery Decisions
482(1)
Joint Types
483(7)
Mortise and Tenon Joint
490(7)
Box Joint
497(1)
Dovetail Joint
497(3)
Dowel Joint
500(2)
Plate Joinery
502(4)
Spline Joint
506(1)
Butterfly Joint
507(1)
Pocket Joint
508(1)
Scarf Joint
509(1)
Structural Finger Joints
510(1)
Threads
510(3)
Abrasives
513(10)
Abrasive Grains
514(1)
Abrasive Grain Sizes
514(1)
Coated Abrasives
515(2)
Manufacturing Coated Abrasives
517(2)
Solid Abrasives
519(4)
Using Abrasives and Sanding Machines
523(18)
Inspecting the Wood Surface
523(1)
Selecting Abrasives
524(1)
Abrading Process
524(1)
Hand Sanding
524(1)
Stationary Power Sanding Machines
525(8)
Portable Sanding Tools
533(2)
Adapting Machines for Abrading
535(2)
Abrasive Tool Maintenance
537(4)
Adhesives
541(14)
Selecting Adhesives
541(4)
Selecting Contact Cements
545(2)
Selecting Construction Adhesives
547(2)
Selecting Specialty Adhesives
549(1)
Applying Adhesives
550(5)
Gluing and Clamping
555(14)
Spring Clamps
555(1)
Screw Clamps
556(6)
Other Clamps
562(1)
Clamping Glue Joints
563(1)
Gathering Tools and Supplies
563(1)
Clamping Procedure
564(1)
Edge-to-Edge Bonding
565(1)
Face-to-Face Bonding
566(1)
Clamping Frames
567(2)
Bending and Laminating
569(12)
Wood Bending
569(4)
Wood Laminating
573(8)
Overlaying and Inlaying Veneer
581(12)
Materials, Tools, and Supplies
582(1)
Overlaying
583(6)
Inlaying Practices
589(2)
Special Practices for Finishing Overlaid and Inlaid Surfaces
591(2)
Installing Plastic Laminates
593(12)
Preparing Surfaces for Laminates
594(1)
Cutting Laminates
594(1)
Applying Adhesive
595(1)
Installing Laminates on Flat Surfaces
596(5)
Forming Curves
601(1)
Postforming
601(1)
Forming Curves with KerfKore®
602(2)
Causes of Panel Warpage
604(1)
Caning and Basic Upholstering
605(8)
Caning
605(3)
Weaving Cane in a Conventional Design
608(2)
Weaving Rush
610(1)
Upholstering Slip Seats
611(2)
Case Construction
613(16)
Types of Case Construction
613(1)
Case Materials
614(1)
Case Components
615(4)
Introduction to 32 Millimeter Construction
619(10)
Frame and Panel Components
629(8)
Frame Components
629(4)
Panel Components
633(2)
Web Frame Case Construction
635(2)
Cabinet Supports
637(18)
Feet
637(1)
Legs
637(9)
Stretchers, Rungs, and Shelves
646(2)
Posts
648(1)
Plinths
648(2)
Sides
650(1)
Glides, Levelers, and Casters
651(4)
Doors
655(12)
Hinged Doors
655(6)
Sliding Doors
661(2)
Tambour Door
663(2)
Pulls, Knobs, Catches, and Latches
665(2)
Drawers
667(14)
Design Factors
667(1)
Engineering Factors
668(1)
Drawer Components
668(2)
Drawer Assemblies
670(4)
Trays
674(1)
Drawer and Tray Partitions
674(1)
Installing Drawers
674(3)
Commercial Drawer Components
677(1)
Adjusting Drawer Fronts
677(1)
Installing Drawer Pulls and Knobs
678(3)
Cabinet and Tabletops
681(12)
Materials
681(1)
Edge Treatment
682(2)
Securing One-Piece Tops
684(1)
Adjustable Tops
685(5)
Glass and Ceramic Tops
690(1)
Hinged Tops
690(1)
Hidden Tops
690(3)
Finishing Decisions
693(8)
Wood Finishing Decisions
693(5)
Metal Finishing Decisions
698(1)
Finish Removal
698(1)
Planning a Finishing Procedure
699(2)
Preparing Surfaces for Finish
701(10)
Repairing Surface Defects
701(4)
Bleaching the Surface
705(1)
Raising the Grain
706(1)
Preparing MDF
707(1)
Final Inspection
707(1)
Distressing the Surface
707(4)
Applying Finishing Materials
711(20)
Brushing
711(2)
Spraying
713(13)
Wiping
726(1)
Dipping
726(1)
Rolling
727(4)
Preparing the Surface for Topcoating
731(14)
Washcoating
731(1)
Staining
732(4)
Filling
736(2)
Sealing
738(1)
Priming
739(1)
Decorative Finishes
740(5)
Topcoatings
745(11)
Penetrating Topcoatings
745(2)
Built-Up Topcoatings
747(6)
Selecting Multipurpose Finishes
753(1)
Rubbing and Polishing Built-Up Topcoatings
754(1)
Applying Decals, Stencils, and Stripes
754(2)
Nonscratch Surfaces
756(1)
Removing Topcoatings
756

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