By Xavier Roberts
This booklet presents a primary direction in Carpentry.
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Steps 1. Open the door that you need hardware for. 2. Stand in the doorway with your back to the hinges. You will be standing sideways in the opening, looking at the part of the opening where the door latches into place when closed. Which side of you is the door on? o A left-handed interior doorknob. If the door is on your left hand side, it is a left handed door. o A right-handed interior doorknob. If the door is on your right side, it is a right handed door. 3. Doors that swing outward are an exception.
Fix hinges to the frame. Mark pilot holes on the frame with a pencil and then drill through these marks in the same way you did for the door. Put the screws through the pilot holes to affix the hinges on the frame. Tips • • • When using the plane, avoid chipping out the corners by working inwards from each edge towards the centre. 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.
Even a blade guard in good condition will occasionally bind if a piece of debris from the cut becomes lodged in its mechanism. Tips • • • • Keep your tools and work area clean. Use only the correct size extension cords with your circular saw. Most require a 15 amp cord, so a cord 100 feet in length should be 12 gauge, and grounded tools must be used with grounded (3 wire) extension cords. Don't dismiss the HSS saw blade, though, as so many do, it may come in handy. It's a good standby. You can always sharpen it yourself, unlike TCT which has to be sent away.
A First Course in Carpentry by Xavier Roberts