Timber And Cutting Lists

There are several point to bear in mind when considering timber selection : what is the piece you are making and how will it fit into the home? What final effect do you wish to achive? Are colour and grain pattern important factors, and so on. You wish to achieve? Are colour and rain pattern important factors, and so on You also need to see what is available from your timber supplier, so you can buy boards that allow you to cut components economically and use wood of suitable stability for the task. A cutting list helps when planning both the selection and preparation of the timber for any project, showing timber sizes andpreparation of the timber for any project, showing timber size and quantities.

The Cutting List

In the excitement of starting a new project it always pays to remember that you can save a great deal of time and money by planning what you are going to do before buying any timber. Make up a list of all the components you require for the project, stating against each item its length, width and thickness. (It may also help to have separate columns for sawn sizes as well as finished dimensions.)

This ‘cutting list’ is a great help when buying and selecting timber. It is also necessary when machining components back in the workshop, as you can see at a glance, both the rough-sawn size of an item and the finished dimensions after planing.

A good maxim is to design your components so that they can be planed easily from 25 mm (1 in) or 51 mm (2 in) rough boards. It is common practice for timber Yards to saw wood to about 28 mm (1 3/32 in), which dries down and shrinks to slightly over 25 mm (1 in). A board of this thickness will give you a finished component of roughly 19 mm (¾ in) when planed on both sides. A 51 mm (2 in) board will give a finished thickness of about 45 mm (1 ¾ in).

Consider carefully whether you need particularly stable components, such as drawer sides or the loose leaf for a drop-leaf table. In both these cases you should use quartersawn timber, which is particularly stable and less likely to cup or warp. Consider, also, whether you are buying kiln-dried or air-dried timber. If air-dried, then you must allow a period of at least one to two weeks after your initial planing of the timber for the material to settle and acclimatize to your workshop’s humidity. If you are using kiln-dried timber you can expect any temporary movement owing to acclimatization to happen much more quickly, but for shorter periods.

Cutting List For Table

Item
Quantity Material Finished sizes (length x width x thickness)
Legs 4 Oak 750 x 45 x 45 mm (29% x 1% x 13/ in)
Side Rails 2 Oak 1,950 x 70 x 25 mm (76% x 2% x 1 in)
End Rails 2 Oak 950 x 70 x 25 mm (37% x 2% x 1 in)
Top* 3 Oak 2,000 x 336 x 35 mm (78% x 1314 x 1% in)

Notes

*The solid wood top is glued up from

three narrower boards. Allow 5 mm (3k in)

extra on component width and thickness

for sawn sizes, plus an extra 25 mm (1 in)

for length.

Alternative timber: Any tough, close-grained

hardwood.

Suggested finish: Oil or lacquer.

Marking and Cutting The Timber

Once you have selected your timber and brought it back to the workshop, select which board will give you which component on your cutting list. It helps to stand the boards on end so that it is easier to check both faces. The first crosscut is critical: although shorter boards are much easier to handle, once a plank is, say, 1,219 mm (4 ft) long instead of 2,438 mm (8 ft), the options for using that plank for lengthy components are obviously reduced.

Use a chalk line to mark cutting lines down the length of the rough-sawn board as shown. Do not attempt to cut to your finished sizes at this stage, but cut each component 5 mm (3/16 in) or so oversize.

Sawing along the chalk lines is best done on a band saw, although it is quite manageable with a jigsaw. Use the band saw freehand without any fence or guides, and simply guide the saw down the chalk line. A steady hand and good lighting around the band-saw table help accomplish this task. Make sure that your band saw is fitted with a sharp blade and is properly tensioned. Also check that the upper blade guide is set so that no more than 10 mm (3/8 in) of teeth are exposed above the timber. Keep your hands well back from the blade: although the band saw is a relatively gentle machine to use, it is still capable of inflicting very painful and damaging cuts.

Laser line

It is possible to use a simple laser device to project a line along the timber, although this can be more work than using a chalk line. It involves using a pencil to :he path of the beam on the board, connecting marks with a straightedge.Lasers are also used for levelling, so shelving, cupboards, dado rails and so on can be aligned horizontally or vertically on a wall before drilling. In construction industry lasers have many uses, from out buildings to lining up timber roofs. They project lines at any angle – useful for marking out stair handrails. More sophisticated laser devices include digital measurement of length, area and volume at the press of a button. Distance range on :essional models can measure up to 200 m approximately 650 ft).

How to use a Chalk L

ine

The chalk line is a hand tool that consists of a case filled with chalk dust and, typically, 30 m (approximately 98 ft) of 1 mm (1/32 in) braided cotton or synthetic line. You hook one end of the line over the board at your first measuring point and stretch the line to your second measuring point – in this case at opposite ends of the board. By flicking the taut line against the surface, you mark a chalk line. The tool is frequently used in the construction trade and is available from builders’ merchants.

1 First brush the boards you have selected with a wire brush to remove all dirt, grit and foreign material that may blunt your tools. Pull the line out of its case, through the chalk, and down the length of the board.

2 Snap the line against the board to leave a straight, clean chalk line on the timber.

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Chalk line Hand tool for marking lines using chalk dust.Cutting list A chart on which all the different components and sizes for a project are listed. This is very useful when you need to buy or select timber for a project. Laser line Electronic tool that emits a laser beam. Fitted to some power saws to give cutting line.

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A solid workbench is the heart of any workshop and is a worthy investment whether you buy one or build it yourself. A good workbench is a large-scale cramping device that enables you to hold a piece of timber or project securely while working, whether it is gripped vertically, horizontally or tilted. A decent bench should be heavy, rock solid and should not suffer from vibration when using a mallet.

Basic Criteria

A traditional cabinet-maker’s workbench is usually made from beech, although other close-grained hardwoods, such as maple or birch, are more stable. If building your own bench you can economize by making a framework of softwood, where members are a minimum of 75 x 75 mm (3 x 3 in) PAR. The top, however, should be hardwood for strength, durability and above all weight, and should be at least 51 mm (2 in) thick. It is important that the top of your workbench is dead flat, clean and free of damage. Check it periodically with a long straightedge and, if necessary, true up the surface with a bench plane, the longer the better.

Adding a lower shelf increases rigidity and provides storage space; a drawer is also handy. It is common to enclose the space beneath the top as cupboards, with doors at the front or the end. You can also incorporate a simple slotted rack along the back for storing hand tools, such as saws and chisels. A carpenter’s bench has a recessed tool well running lengthways along the top, so tools do not interfere with timber or projects placed on the bench surface. A bench too low can be raised on wooden blocks fixed under each leg.

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Portable Benches

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Bench hook A small rectangular work board with stops on top and underneath, held against the edge of the bench. It enables small pieces of wood to be gripped while sawing.

Holdfast A metal arm inserted in a collar in the bench top for holding timber flat. It may have a threaded screw adjuster or simply be tapped in place with a hammer.

PAR (planed all round) A term referring to softwoods that are planed on all four sides. Winding sticks A pair of identical hardwood strips with parallel edges. Placed at opposite ends of a board, they are used to check for twist by sighting along one strip and aligning it with the other. Coloured edges make this easier.

The Work Environment

A comfortable, safe working environment leads to greater efficiency. If temperature and humidity are right, timber is more likely to remain stable and you will be able to concentrate on producing quality work. Machines and power tools produce a lot of waste, so make sure extraction is effective so dust is kept to a minimum.

Dust Extraction

Power tools and machines can create an extremely uncomfortable and potentially harmful level of dust. Make it a priority to install adequate extraction equipment that collects dust before it has a chance to get into the air and empty extractor bags or containers outside the workshop, so that fine dust does not become airborne again. Not only is dust harmful, it will interfere with your work when applying a finish to a project. Consider a separate finishing room if space permits.

Vacuum Extractors

Power tools that produce dust or chippings — sanders, saws, routers and planers — have an outlet for attaching the flexible hose of a compact portable vacuum extractor, which contains a replaceable paper cartridge to filter fine dust particles. Such a unit can easily be moved around the workshop, and is quick to swap between tools. Many extractors have a mains socket allowing you to plug in a power tool directly, automatically activating the unit at the same time. The unit remains running for several seconds after switch-off, to collect residual dust.

Extraction Systems

Larger extractor units, suitable for machines such as planers and table saws, use disposable plastic sacks for collecting the waste — some designed specifically for fine dust and others for coarse dust and chippings. These extractors may be either mobile units with a flexible hose or part of a built-in system with duct pipes that remove the waste from individual machines. Ducting may be either galvanized steel or plastic, and is designed to attach permanently to walls and ceilings. Lengths are simply clipped together, with various bends and adaptors for changing the pipe direction or reducing its diameter. Common diameters are 63, 100 and 150 mm (approximately 2½, 4 and 6 in).

Filtration Units

Filtration units hang from the ceiling and absorb airborne particles that escape collection by the above methods. They are typically used with a timer and can operate for several minutes after you have left the workshop, switching off automatically.

Face and Ear Protection

Power tools and machines not only produce a lot of fine sawdust and coarser chippings, they can cause chips to fly off at any moment. They are also noisy, although hearing loss is gradual and may not seem a problem initially. It is essential to protect yourself from these potentially serious health hazards, especially if exposed to them for extended periods of time.

Eye Protection

Your eyes are at considerable risk when using power tools or machines that can create flying debris. Clear, rigid plastic visors or toughened safety glasses are comfortable to wear, even over spectacles. A powered respirator combines a fine dust mask and visor, giving full facial protection. These are particularly good for woodturning and routing, where your face can be close to the work piece. A built-in fan provides a constant stream of filtered air across your face and ensures the visor does not fog up. A rechargeable battery enables you to wear the device for several hours at a time.

Ear Protection

Hearing loss due to prolonged exposure to machinery noise used to be common in the woodworking industry. Tighter health-and-safety regulations mean this is now less of a problem, but there is still a danger in the home workshop. Avoid this by always wearing ear protection, either in the form of ear defenders or disposable foam earplugs, when using any power tool or machine. Keep a pair of ear defenders next to a machine so there is no excuse not to wear them.

Face Masks

It is always wise to wear a face mask, even if using a dust extractor. The dust created when machining some sheet materials and certain hardwoods can cause severe throat irritation and discomfort. In Europe, disposable masks are identified by a dust-rating system, with a `P2′ protection level suitable for woodworking (MDF in particular). If the code is not displayed on a mask it probably does not reach the required standard, so avoid using it. Better-quality respirator masks feature disposable filters, which last longer than disposable versions and give better protection. For spray finishes, a dual-cartridge respirator mask will give protection against lacquers, paints and toxic dust.

Foot Protection

You can cause damage by dropping a length of timber on unprotected toes. Wear boots with steel toe caps, or at least wear a sturdy pair of leather shoes, even if you change into them at the workshop door on hotter days.

 

WARNING

Plastic (PVC) ducting is cheaper than its steel equivalent but tends to accumulate static electricity, with the potential for sawdust becoming ignited by sparks. It is essential that such systems are correctly earthed.

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COSHH Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations

Ducting Pipework through which sawdust or chippings pass on their way to an extractor unit.

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The Sharpening Process

Sharpness is essential in controlling a cutting edge effectively, whether it is a plane, a chisel or a saw. The sharper the tool, the less force required to push the edge through the timber. The more power needed to push a chisel through the wood, or a plane across its surface, the less control you have. A razor-sharp edge will slice through with the minimum of effort.

Grinding

Most plane and chisel blades are ground at an angle of 25 degrees. New tools will be ground already, but after repeated honing you will need to regrind the bevels. The easiest method is to use an electric wet-stone grinder, which cools the blade edge with water. This prevents the steel overheating during the grinding process, which could lead to the temper of the steel being lost and the hardness of the cutting edge reduced. For this reason, high-speed bench grinders are not recommended for woodworking tools, apart from those used for woodturning. A wet-stone, or water-cooled, grinder may have either a vertical or horizontal stone, which rotates slowly and you usually clamp the blade of the tool in a jig that you move across the revolving surface.

Sharpening Saws

It is possible to sharpen handsaws in the workshop, although this takes considerable skill. Saw doctors (located in specialist tool stores) have the equipment and expertise to sharpen bench saws much more accurately than even a skilled woodworker can. If you do want to try sharpening a saw, obtain a cheap, secondhand tool to practise on first. You can sharpen the very small saws, however. Dovetail saws are best sharpened using a 102 mm (4 in) precision saw file at right angles to the blade. The technique is to settle the file into the gullet of each tooth, then to give one stroke per tooth. Sharpen saws like this little and often, rather than waiting for them to become dull and useless.

Sharpening Stones

Whatever type of stone you use for sharpening, it will need a lubricant. This suspends the steel particles as they are ground from the blade and prevents them clogging the grinding surface as you push the tool across it.

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TIP

 • A blunt edge is also more dangerous: a chisel is more likely to slip when blunt than when sharp. Never allow your tools to become blunt, but hone a plane or chisel blade as soon as you start to feel slight resistance when cutting.

How to hone a chisel or plane iron

Once a chisel is ground it must be honed before use. Although the 25-degree bevel may be sufficient for cutting softwoods, the edge formed is too weak for hard­woods. A steeper angle of 30 to 35 degrees is required, known as a secondary bevel.

1 Apply a lubricant to the stone. Holding the chisel or plane blade in your right hand (or vice versa if left-handed), place the bevel down flat on the stone. With two fingers of your left (right) hand, press down on the back of the blade.

2 Lift the blade slightly and push it forwards along the stone, making sure you keep the angle constant.Make several circuits around the stone with a figure-of-eight pattern. Aim to hone the front 1 mm (1/32 in) of the cutting edge. After a few strokes you will find a wire burr has formed on the rear edge of the chisel.

3 Lay the back of the blade completely flat on the stone and press down on it with two fingers. Push the tool along the stone a couple of times, then turn it over and make a couple of strokes with the bevel face down again. Repeat, with the back of the blade flat, to remove the burr.

Grinding and Honing Angles

Honing Guides

A honing guide clamps the blade at the correct angle to the stone, enabling you to move the tool backwards and forwards to obtain a precise bevel edge. Most honing guides can be used for plane blades as well as chisels, and can be adjusted to a variety of angles. With enough practice you will be able to master the sharpening technique without needing a guide.

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Burnisher A straight, hardened steel blade set into a handle for raising the burr on a scraper. It may be oval or circular in section.

Gullet The valley between two teeth points. Honing After grinding, edge tools are honed (sharpened) on an abrasive stone to produce a cutting edge.

TCT (tungsten-carbide tipped) Circular saw-blade teeth and router bits are usually tipped, remaining sharp longer than high-speed steel (HSS) versions. Better for sheet materials. Temper The process of hardening the cutting edge of a tool by heating and cooling the steel.

 

Grinding and honing angles

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