Planen, ordnen, verstauen, arbeiten - 15 Projekte und Ideen für die Werkstatt Die Werkstatt ist der wichtigste Raum für den HolzWerker. Entsprechend viel Mühe wird auf ihre Einrichtung verwandt. In diesem Buch sind die wertvollsten Artikel aus 10 Jahren HolzWerken zusammengefasst. Ein grundlegender Artikel befasst sich mit der Planung und Raumaufteilung, ein weiterer mit der Einrichtung einer vollwertigen Werkstatt auf 14 Quadratmetern. Für den eigentlichen Arbeitsplatz werden gleich mehrere Anregungen und Lösungen geboten. Ob Neubau einer Hobelbank, Aufarbeitung eines alten Exemplars oder dem Selbstbau einer Werkbank für Metallarbeiten. Dem allgegenwärtigen Platzproblem wird begegnet mit einer Arbeitsfläche die sich anpasst. Dazu kommen Bauprojekte für verschiedenste Möbel, in denen Werkzeug und Material aufbewahrt werden können: ein Schrank, stapelbare Boxen, zwei Kommoden und eine Werkzeugtruhe. Zwei Projekte beschäftigen sich mit dem Halten, Führen und Spannen von Werkstücken und ein weiteres mit einer pfiffigen Lösung für die Führung von Kabel und Absaugschlauch. Insgesamt 15 gute Gründe, sich noch mehr in und mit Ihrem Lieblingsraum zu beschäftigen.
Author: Gudrun Freese, Tina Wendon
Includes pair work activities and games to make your teaching more effective. Each 2-page lesson in this work consolidates letter sounds and vocabulary covered in the ELT Student Book.
The Toolbox Book
Author: Jim Tolpin
Publisher: Taunton Press
Provides designs and instructions for building tool boxes, and offers advice for the most efficient ways to store tools
This extraordinary first-hand account of Sir Edward 'Weary' Dunlop's experiences as senior medical officer in the infamous prisoner-of-war camps in Java and on the Burma-Thailand Railway, is not only an account of great historical significance but also a testament to the ability of the human spirit to overcome the most unbearably cruel conditions.
Based on his vast experience working with green wood--fresh, unseasoned wood harvested from local woodlands--Ray Tabor' has brought woodworkers a great sourcebook for creating items of beauty while using natural, unadulterated material. Each of the more than 300 patterns for traditional craft designs is fully annotated with a brief description, historical information, and details about which tools and materials are needed. The collection covers a range of objects, from fences and gates to door stops, furniture, even walking sticks and wooden spoons. Simple instructions and diagrams make every project easy, and woodworkers of all levels will have fun exercising their skills while crafting a beautiful--and organic--keepsake.
Woodworking is thriving in the hands-on, DIY, maker world we currently live in. Yet, for it's increasing popularity, there are many crafters who don't engage in woodworking because they falsely believe you need a large workshop and a full-blown collection of tools and equipment. The Minimalist Woodworker is about eliminating this myth. To enjoy woodworking, all you need is a few essential tools, a little bit of space, and the desire to make something with your own two hands. The Minimalist Woodworker is about making woodworking clean and simple – from the tools and the workspace to the easy-to-follow instructions. It eliminates the fears and excuses as it demystifies the craft. Written by Vic Tesolin, aka the Minimalist Woodworker, a woodworker, instructor, and writer who is currently a technical adviser at Lee Valley Tools, The Minimalist Woodworker is a stress-free approach for the hobbyist that emphasizes the destination is actually the journey. Beginning with an understanding of the minimalist mindset, The Minimalist Woodworker quickly details how to make a small space productive and outlines the most efficient tools for a woodworker. Each piece of equipment is explained and instructions on how to use are provided. Techniques for keeping them sharp and maintained are also explained. Once space and tools are covered, seven projects are presented: a saw bench and matching saw horse, a Nicholson-style workbench, a shooting board/bench hook, a shop mallet, and a small hanging cabinet. Each project not only develops woodworking skills, but also outfits The Minimalist Woodworker's small shop. With step-by-step instruction, photos and illustrations, and an easy-going voice, The Minimalist Woodworker offers a stress-free point of entry into the life-long craft of woodworking.
Working Wood 1&2
Author: Paul Sellers
Die Zärtlichen Schwestern
Author: Christian Fürchtegott Gellert
Publisher: Tredition Classics
Dieses Werk ist Teil der Buchreihe TREDITION CLASSICS. Der Verlag tredition aus Hamburg veroffentlicht in der Buchreihe TREDITION CLASSICS Werke aus mehr als zwei Jahrtausenden. Diese waren zu einem Grossteil vergriffen oder nur noch antiquarisch erhaltlich. Mit der Buchreihe TREDITION CLASSICS verfolgt tredition das Ziel, tausende Klassiker der Weltliteratur verschiedener Sprachen wieder als gedruckte Bucher zu verlegen - und das weltweit! Die Buchreihe dient zur Bewahrung der Literatur und Forderung der Kultur. Sie tragt so dazu bei, dass viele tausend Werke nicht in Vergessenheit geraten
Bamboo in Japan
Author: Nancy Moore Bess, Bibi Wein
Publisher: Kodansha International
This is a fully illustrated guide to the art, craft and design of bamboo, as demonstrated by the Japanese. It demonstrates how to use inexpensive materials to create sophisticated effects in the home and garden. A list of bamboo collections, gardens and research sources is included. For centuries, bamboo has fascinated legions of craftspeople, plant lovers and devotees of the handcrafted object. And nowhere is bamboo used more elegantly and distinctly than in Japan. Its presence touches every part of daily life-art, crafts, design, literature, and food. Its beauty
Presents step-by-step instructions for woodworking projects using only hand-held tools, and includes advice on glues and finishes; instructions for making woodworking tools; and dimensioning lumber by hand.
Modern Urban Girls
Author: Stefan Soell
Publisher: Skylight Editions
Text in English & German. "No more romance", said the renowned erotic photographer Stefan Soell, after enjoying great success with his two lavish photographic volumes entitled "Alpenglow" and "Volcanic Girls". A completely new, modern style of portraying the nude was required, and Stefan has once more succeeded convincingly. He searched for the right type of woman to match his vision for three long years, finally settling on something between the young, successful, cool businesswoman and glamorous movie star. Oozing beauty, of course, fantastically built, with a confident, cheeky appearance, and unashamedly flaunting their sex appeal. Soell has discovered over 16 completely new, never-seen-before faces, and managed to fit all their glorious nudity into the unprecedented environment of finest, ultra-modern, minimalist architecture. The contrast between the wonderful, warm skin tones, sensual body shapes and the cool, modern architecture could not be greater, and the very unusual combination of hot eroticism and cool design increases the attraction of this volume of photographs immensely.
Author: Lon Schleining
Publisher: Taunton Press
In this contemporary look at the world of workbenches, Lon Schleining takes us on a guided tour of a wide variety of classic, modern, and specialty benches and offers hundreds of options for choosing or building that perfect bench and its accessories. This is a fresh look at the classic subject with a focus on helping readers find the right bench and accessories for their needs. The object is to guide the reader through making critical choices, including whether to buy it or build it. Even long-time woodworkers dream of the perfect bench and the time to build it, and for them, the real enjoyment is in the planning. With nearly 300 photos and drawings, The Workbench provides in-depth information along with the inspiration to fulfill workshop dreams.
Author: Bill Hylton
Publisher: Fox Chapel Publishing Company Incorporated
Describes how to make joints and assemble doors, drawers, and other elements, and provides plans for specific furniture projects.
Tall Wood Buildings
Author: Michael Green, Jim Taggart
Tall Wood buildings have been at the foreground of innovative building practice in urban contexts for a number of years. From London to Stockholm, from Vancouver to Melbourne timber buildings of up to 20 storeys have been built, are under construction or being considered. This dynamic trend was enabled by developments in the material itself, prefabrication and more flexibility in fire regulations. The low CO2 footprint of wood - often regionally sourced - is another strong argument in its favour. This publication explains the typical construction types such as panel systems, frame and hybrid systems. An international selection of 13 case studies is documented in detail with many specially prepared construction drawings, demonstrating the range of the technology.