Bent Iron Work; (Including Elementary Art Metal Work). with Numerous Engravings and Diagrams

Bent Iron Work; (Including Elementary Art Metal Work). with Numerous Engravings and Diagrams

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1906 edition. Excerpt: ...bottom, and the in. width is covered over by the strips, Q, binding the frames, o, together. The frames are filled in with scroll-work, R, the main scrolls being fastened with clips to the frames and to each other also. The minor scrolls also are clipped in. These frames can be united.to each other in several ways. In the example illustrated by Fig. 115 the horizontal strips, Q (see also the detailed view, Fig. 120), act as binders, embracing the frames, being themselves held at the corners with clips, r. A little solder run between the faces at P prevents the parts from moving. The horizontal strips must be secured to the frames with clips or with fine wire, the former being preferable. Some finish is required at the corners formed by the meeting of the frames; in Fig. 115 it is simply a double-ended scroll, T, of Q in. iron, with its rod twisted with the pliers. In Figs. 121 and 122 the scroll, T, is shown in the section of the thin iron near top and bottom, where it is fastened to P, P, with clips, t (Fig. 121). A little ornamentation at top and bottom completes the lantern framing. The scrolls at top and bottom are in harmony with those in the panels, and are fastened with clips similarly to the others. Oblong plates of coloured glass, s, are placed Fig. 124 Fig. 123.-Securing Glass to Lantern Frame; Fig. 121.--Oorner of Lantern. within the lantern frames. They are secured with clips, as shown in Fig, 123, the ends, s, being turned down carefully after the insertion of the glass slips. Two clips at top and two at bottom are sufiicient to hold the glass securely. In Fig. 124 the relative positions of these several parts are clearly seen, the outer frames, P, the horizontal binders, Q, and the glass, S. These parts are, of course, in...show more

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  • Paperback | 26 pages
  • 184 x 246 x 4mm | 60g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1236560752
  • 9781236560759