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Art of Wood Working: Wood Finishing
Art of Wood Working: Wood Finishing



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Название: Art of Wood Working: Wood Finishing

Аннотация:

This book will cover most aspects of furniture refinishing. From preparing the surface to the finishing touches you will find this book an indispensable tool.


Язык: en

Рубрика: Технология/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Издание: 1st edition

Год издания: 1992

Количество страниц: 144

Добавлена в каталог: 16.11.2009

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Предметный указатель
Abrasives      35 37 128 see
Abrasives, Abrasive cord      40
Abrasives, Making a sandpaper cutting board (Shop Tip)      37
Abrasives, Rottenstone      127 130 131—132
Abrasives, Shop-made abrasive tape (Shop Tip)      40
Ammonia      80—81
Antique effect finishes      55
Antique effect finishes, Pickling      75
Belt sanders      23 35
blades      see "Cabinet scrapers" "Hand "Planes"
Bleaching      57—58
Block planes      22 29
Bronze powder stenciling      113 117
Broue de noix      69
Brushes, A foam brush (Shop Tip)      92
Brushes, front endpaper      83
Buffing      126 128 135
Buffing, Keeping a buffing bonnet grit-free (Shop Tip)      133
Build It Yourself, Graining, block cushion grainers      121
Build It Yourself, Protective finishes, spray room dollies      98
Build It Yourself, Protective finishes, turntables for spraying      100
Build It Yourself, Surface preparation, contoured sanding block      39
Burn-in kits      43 46
Cabinet scrapers      22 30 34
Cabinet scrapers, Sharpening      30—32
Cabinet scrapers, Sharpening, using a file clamp (Shop Tip)      31
Cabinet scrapers, Sharpening, using a variable burnisher (Shop Tip)      33
Cabinet scrapers, Using old scraper blades to cut half-blind dovetails (ShopTip)      34
Chemicals      see also "Solvents" "Stains"
Chemicals, Ammonia      80—81
Chemicals, Bleach      57—58
Chemicals, Mordants      76—79
Chemicals, Spills      16
China wood oil      86 87
Cleaning techniques      136—139
Cleaning techniques, Chemical spills      16
Cleaning techniques, Finished surfaces      134
Decorative painting      111 see "Marbling" "Stenciling"
Decorative painting, Tools      112
Dents, Repair      44
Dollies      98
Dovetail joints, Using old scraper blades to cut half-blind dovetails (ShopTip)      34
Drying oils      87 134
Drying oils, Preventing reactive finishes from drying out (Shop Tip)      87
Dyes      55 59 60—63 70 see
Dyes, Natural dyes      69 76—79
Ebonizing      55
Ebonizing, A chemical stain for ebonizing (Shop Tip)      79
File clamps      31
finishes      see "Decorative painting" "Polishing" "Protective "Stains"
Fire, Extinguishers      12 17
Fire, Safety precautions      12 17
Fire, Spray rooms      103
French polishing      106—109
French polishing, Making a pumice dispenser (Shop Tip)      107
Fuming      80—81
Gel stains      65 66—67 70
Glazing stains      65 66—67 70
Grain filler      21 51—53
Grain filler, Coloring grain filler (Shop Tip)      50
Grain filler, Lightening wood with grain filler (Shop Tip)      58
Grain, Raising      21 50
Graining      111 118—120
Graining, Tools      112 121
Half-blind dovetail joints, Using old scraper blades to cut half-blind dovetails (Shop Tip)      34
Hand scrapers      21 22 30 33
Hand scrapers, Sharpening      30—32
Hand scrapers, Sharpening, using a file clamp (Shop Tip)      31
Hand scrapers, Sharpening, using a variable burnisher (Shop Tip)      33
Hand scrapers, Using old scraper blades to cut half-blind dovetails (ShopTip)      34
High-volume, low-pressure spray systems      93 94
Holes, Filling, filling a damaged corner (Shop Tip)      49
Holes, Patching      47—49
HVLP spray systems      93 94
Insurance, Spray rooms      103
Japan colors      65 66—67 70
Jigs, Block cushion grainers      121
Jigs, Supports for drying (Shop Tip)      74
Jigs, Turntables for spraying      100
Jigs, Variable burnishers (Shop Tip)      33
Lacquers      90 134
Liming      75
Linseed oil      9 87
Marbling      110 122—125
Marbling, Tools      112
McGoldrick, Paul      6—7
Mordants      76—79
Moser, Thomas      8—9
Natural dyes      76—79
NGR stains      60 61
Padding lacquers      106
Palm sanders      23 35
Paste wood filler      see "Grain filler"
Patching compounds      43 45—46
Patching compounds, Filling a damaged corner (Shop Tip)      49
Patching compounds, Using a glue gun to apply shellac stick (Shop Tip)      46
Pickling      75
Pigment stains      55 59 64—67 70 see
Planes      20 21 22 24
Planes, Adjustment      27—28
Planes, Sharpening      24 25—27
Planing      21 28—29
Polishing, Waxing      127 135 see "Rubbing
Polyurethanes      88
Pore filler      see "Grain filler"
power tools      see "Sanders" "Sprayers"
Product labels      18
Protective clothing      12
Protective finishes      83 86 87—90 see "Rubbing "Waxing"
Protective finishes, Application techniques      83 86
Protective finishes, Application techniques, brushing      83 92
Protective finishes, Application techniques, flooding      83
Protective finishes, Application techniques, French polishing      106—109
Protective finishes, Application techniques, padding      91
Protective finishes, Application techniques, spraying      82 83 97—101 100
Protective finishes, Application techniques, spraying problems      104—105
Protective finishes, Application techniques, wiping      83 91
Protective finishes, Curing      129
Protective finishes, Tools      85
Protective finishes, Tools, a foam brush (Shop Tip)      92
Protective finishes, Tools, sprayers      84 85 93—96 101
Protective finishes, Tools, viscosity cups      89 96
Protective finishes, Types, drying oils      87 134
Protective finishes, Types, lacquers      90 134
Protective finishes, Types, polyurethanes      88
Protective finishes, Types, shellacs      89 106—109 134
Protective finishes, Types, varnishes      83 88 134
Pumice      130 131—132
Pumice, French polishing      107—108
Pumice, Making a pumice dispenser (Shop Tip)      107
Raising the grain      21 50
Random-orbit sanders      38
Reactive finishes      87
Reactive finishes, Preventing reactive finishes from drying out (Shop Tip)      87
Repairs, Finished surfaces      134
Repairs, Surface preparation      43—49
Repairs, Surface preparation, gluing an edge splinter back (Shop Tip)      44
Respirators      12 14—15
Respirators, Storing respirator cartridges (Shop Tip)      15
Rottenstone      127 130 131—132
Rubbing compounds      133
Rubbing out      126—133
Rubbing out, Tools      128
Safety precautions      12—13
Safety precautions, Bleach      57
Safety precautions, Dual-cartridge respirators      12 14—15
Safety precautions, Dual-cartridge respirators, storing respirator cartridges (Shop Tip)      15
Safety precautions, Fire      12 17 103
Safety precautions, Mordants      77
Safety precautions, Protective clothing      12
Safety precautions, Spray booths      13 84
Safety precautions, Spray rooms      102—103
Sanders      23 35 38 see
Sanders, Buffing bonnets      126 128 133
Sanders, Buffing bonnets, keeping a buffing bonnet grit-free (Shop Tip)      133
Sanding      35—36 see
Sanding blocks, Contoured sanding blocks      39
Sanding blocks, Curved surfaces      38
Sanding blocks, Shop-made sanding blocks (Shop Tip)      36
Sanding, Curved surfaces      38 40
Sanding, Finding flaws (Shop Tip)      41
Sanding, Removing dust particles      42
Sanding, Removing dust particles, making a tack cloth (Shop Tip)      42
Sanding, Tight spots      41
Sandpaper      see "Abrasives"
Savoy, Prew      10—11
Scrapers      see "Cabinet scrapers" "Hand
Scraping      33—34
Scratches, Repair      134
Shellacs      89 134
Shellacs, French polishing      106—109
Shellacs, French polishing, making a pumice dispenser (Shop Tip)      107
Shellacs, Shellac sticks      43 45—46
Shellacs, Shellac sticks, using a glue gun to apply shellac stick (Shop Tip)      46
Shop Tips, Decorative finishes      114 115
Shop Tips, Protective finishes      87 92 107
Shop Tips, Rubbing out      133
Shop Tips, Safety      15
Shop Tips, Staining      58 69 71 73 74 79
Shop Tips, Surface preparation, grain filler      50
Shop Tips, Surface preparation, repairs      44 46 49
Shop Tips, Surface preparation, sanding      36 37 40 41 42
Shop Tips, Surface preparation, scraping      31 33 34
Smoke detectors      17
Solvents, Product labels      18
Solvents, Protective finishes      86 103
Solvents, Safety precautions      12—19 84 102—103
Solvents, Toxicity      19 86 103
Solvents, Waste disposal      12 13 16
Sprayers      84 85 93—96
Sprayers, Cleaning      101
Sprayers, Viscosity cups      89 96
Spraying      97 99 101
Spraying, Dollies      98
Spraying, Problems      104—105
Spraying, Spray booths      13 84
Spraying, Spray rooms      102—103
Spraying, Turntables      100
Staining      54 55 71—74 see "Fuming"
Staining, Controlling the flow of stain (Shop Tip)      71
Staining, End grain      69
Staining, Getting stain into tight spots (Shop Tip)      73
Staining, Pickling      75
Staining, Supports for drying (Shop Tip)      74
Staining, Tools      56
Stains      see also "Staining"
Stains, Chemical      76—79
Stains, Chemical, a chemical stain for ebonizing (Shop Tip)      79
Stains, Dyes      55 59 60—63 70
Stains, Dyes, natural dyes      69 76—79
Stains, Pigment stains      55 59 64—67 70
Stains, Preparation      68
Stains, Preparation, preparing a natural walnut stain (Shop Tip)      69
Stenciling      111 113—116
Stenciling, A cure for bleeding (Shop Tip)      115
Stenciling, Bronze powder      113 117
Stenciling, Patterns, back endpaper      113—114
Stenciling, Patterns, back endpaper, projecting a pattern (Shop Tip)      114
Stenciling, Tools      112
Surface preparation      21 see "Sanding" "Scraping"
Surface preparation, Repairs      43—49
Surface preparation, Repairs, filling a damaged corner (Shop Tip)      49
Surface preparation, Repairs, gluing an edge splinter back (Shop Tip)      44
Tack cloths, making a tack cloth (Shop Tip)      42
Tools      see also "Abrasives" "Brushes" "Cabinet "Hand "Planes" "Sanders" "Sanding "Sprayers"
Tools, Decorative painting      112
Tools, Protective finishes      84—85 92
Tools, Rubbing out      128
Tools, Spray booths      13 84
Tools, Spray rooms      102—103
Tools, Staining      56
Tools, Storage      136 137 139
Tools, Surface preparation      22—23
Tools, Variable burnishers      33
Tung oil      86 87
vapor pressure      18
Variable burnishers      33
Varnishes      83 88 134
VOC (Volatile Organic Compound) rating      18
Walnut oil      87
Walnut stains, preparing a natural walnut stain (Shop Tip)      69
Wash coats      21 51 53
Waste disposal, Solvents      12 13 16
Wax sticks      43
Waxing      127 135
Wiping stains      64—65 70
Wood filler      43 45
Wood filler, Filling a damaged corner (Shop Tip)      49
Wood, Color      55
Wood, Grain      51
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