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DELTA Getting the Most Out of Your Wood Shaper Manual

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Number of Pages: 48
 

This is a reproduction, not a photocopy, of an original Delta Getting the Most Out of Your Shaper book. This is a complete handbook covering all the branches of shaper operation in the home workshop with over two hundred photographic illustrations and line drawings. Please see index below.

 

One reason that I’ve reprinted some of these older books is because they have a lot of information with illustrations that get directly to the point.

 

This book is part of a series that we have on our site:
GETTING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR SHAPER
GETTING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR DRILL PRESS
GETTING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR LATHE
GETTING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR CIRCULAR SAW AND JOINTER
GETTING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR ABRASIVE TOOLS
GETTING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR BAND SAW AND SCROLL SAW

 
 

Index

CHAPTER ONE—THE SHAPER AND ITS ADJUSTMENTS
The Shaper—Power and Speed—Auxiliary Spindles—The Adjustable Fence—Ring
Guard—Sliding Jig—Heavy-Duty Shaper……………………………………5-6

CHAPTER TWO—CUTTERS AND COLLARS
Shaper Cutters and Collars—Mounting Open Face Knives—Methods of Using Open
Face Knives—Combining Cuts……………………………………………7-8

CHAPTER THREE—METHODS OF OPERATION
Four Main Methods—Shaping with Guides—Shaping Against Collars—Shaping with
Outline Pattern—Shaping with Forms—Setting the Cutter—Rotation and Feed…..9-10

CHAPTER FOUR—SHAPING WITH GUIDES
Definition—The Adjustable Fence—The High Fence—The Long Fence—The Miter
Fence—The Segment Fence—Other Guides—Hold Downs—Stops………………….11-14

CHAPTER FIVE—SHAPING WITH COLLARS
Working Conditions—Position of Collar—Starting the Cut—Sliding Starting Block
Path of Cutting—Compound Curves……………………………………..15-16

CHAPTER SIX—SHAPING WITH PATTERNS
Advantages—The Pattern—Examples of Work—Outline Planing—Double Patterns—
Register Blocks—Bevel Planing—Double-edge Patterns…………………….17-19

CHAPTER SEVEN—THE USE OF FORMS
Definition—The Tenoning Jig—The Sliding Jig—A Typical Form—Rocking Forms—
The Fluting Jig—Square Turnings—Caution………………………………20-23

CHAPTER EIGHT—JIGS AND FIXTURES
Tenons—Column Work—Fluting Jig—Pivot Jig—Rounding Corners—Radial Rosettes..24-26

CHAPTER NINE—MISCELLANEOUS SHAPER OPERATIONS
Jointing—Tapering—Shaping Figures—Turnings—Panel Raising—Making Dowels—
Sanding—Ornamental Work—Round-Bottom Recesses—Rip Planing………………27-32

CHAPTER TEN—GRINDING SHAPER CUTTERS
Rake Angle—Amount of Bevel—Projected Shape—Making a Knife—Use of Shaped
Wheels—Sharpening Knives……………………………………………33-34

CHAPTER ELEVEN—APPLICATION OF SHAPER CUTTERS
Square Stuck Doors—Bead-and-Ogee Sticking—Applied Mouldings—Windows—Sash
Bars and Muntins—Construction of Lower Sash—Rabbeted Check Rails—Building
Trim—Storm Sash—Paneled Frames—Casework—Miscellaneous Mouldings—Wood
Joints—Table Tops—Small Cutters—Combination Spindle Cuts—Bead and Cove
Mouldings—Three-Knife Cutterheads……………………………………35-48

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I have collected this information for many years and have found the information they contain to be priceless in using and setting up the machines properly. I believe this manual will be a valuable resource of knowledge that will provide a lot of helpful information that is often hard to find. My manuals are not photocopies. I maintain a high standard of quality in my reproductions. Most of the manuals I reproduce look better than their originals. I have professionally digitally edited every page, and removed stains, wrinkles and handwriting. All of the manuals are printed on thick white paper to withstand shop wear and tear.

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