5 edition of steel square and its uses found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited under the supervision of William A. Radford, assisted by Alfred W. Woods., and William Reuther.|
|Contributions||Woods, Alfred W., joint ed., Reuther, William, joint ed.|
|LC Classifications||TH5619 .R14|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||07015487|
Ken Horner explains how, in the hands of someone who knows how to use it, this simple tool can quickly solve many common construction problems involving angles, arcs, circles, and squares. With the help of the Essential Guide to the Steel Square, anyone can unlock the helpful secrets of this valuable, time-honored tool.4/5. A Speed Square (rafter square, rafter angle square, triangle square) is a triangular carpenters' marking out tool manufactured and sold by Swanson Tool Co., Inc. The Speed Square combines common functions of the combination square, try square, and framing square into one. Carpenters use it to make basic measurements and mark lines on dimensional lumber, and as a saw .
Steel, alloy of iron and carbon in which the carbon content ranges up to 2 percent (with a higher carbon content, the material is defined as cast iron). By far the most widely used material for building the world’s infrastructure and industries, it is used to fabricate everything from sewing needles to oil tankers. In addition, the tools required to build and manufacture such articles are. a higher grade of cutlery steel, with more carbon in it, which allows for much better edge retention when the steel is heat treated properly. It can be hardened to Rockwell 58 hardness, making it one of the hardest stainless steels. Also known as "razor blade steel". Available in three grades A, B, C (more common) and F (free.
The Steel Square and Its Uses - Online Reprint. There is nothing of more importance to a young man who is learning the business of house-joinery and carpentry, than that he should make himself thoroughly conversant with the capabilities of the tools he employs. Structural steel is normally priced by weight, so having a firm idea of what structural sections will be used and the meaning of the lettering of each section is important for developing an accurate estimate. For example, the standard method for specifying the dimensions of an American Wide Flange Beam is W 6 x 25, which is 6 inches deep with a.
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The Steel Square and Its Uses Hardcover – January 1, by William A. Radford (Author) See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" — Author: William A.
Radford. The Carpenters' Steel Square, and Its Uses. Being a Description of the Square, and Its Uses in Obtaining the Lengths and Bevels of All Kinds of Rafters, Hips, Groins, Braces, Brackets, Purlins, Collar-Beams, and Jack-Rafters; Hodgson, Fred T.
THE STEEL SQUARE AND ITS USES. Division B. Introductory. Having dealt with the more simple matters that can be dealt with by aid of the Steel Square, we now take up some of the more difficult problems that can be solved by aid of this useful tool. The carpenters' steel square, and its uses: Being a description of the square, and its uses in obtaining the lengths and bevels of all kinds of octagons, stairs, diminished stiles, etc [Hodgson, Fred.
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Radford: Author: William A. Radford: Editors: William A. Radford, Alfred W. Woods, William Reuther: Publisher. The Carpenters' Steel Square: And Its Uses: Being a Description of the Square and Its Uses in Obtaining the Lengths and Bevels of All Kinds of Rafters, Hips, Groins, Braces, Brackets, Purlins, Collar Beams, and Jack-rafters 5/5(1).
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Hodgson. Hodgson, Frederick Thomas, Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. Wilmette, Ill.,F.J. Drake[n.d.] Call Number. S&M A GERSTM Language. English. The steel square and its uses by Radford, William A.; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Carpenters' squares, Carpenters' square, Accessible book.
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Full text of "The steel square and its uses; a complete, up-to-date encyclopedia on the practical uses of the steel square" See other formats. How to use a framing square and its etched-on tables to figure out roof slope & rafter lengths. A carpenter's framing square includes some tables stamped right into the tool itself.
This article explains how to make quick use of a framing square and its imprinted data to get some basic roof measurement data like roof pitch or slope, rafter lengths, and end cuts.
Stainless steel is a type of steel that gets its name from its resistance to oxidation (rusting) as well as to corrosion, as that which might occur from the application of a strong was invented in by the British metallurgist Harry Brearley, who discovered that by adding the metal chromium to steel in high amounts (13 percent), the chromium would react with oxygen in air.
This forms Part II of " The Steel Square and Its Uses," and is not in any sense a substitute for the First Part,which still remains what it always has been-a necessity to every intelligent workman. Part II is an extension and enlargement of the First Part, giving new problems, new methods, and new wrinkles for shortening the labor and.
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Also known as a steel square, the Johnson framing square is a handy tool for carpentry. Its uses extend into framing and laying rafters and stairs. It can also be used as a straight-edge, finding and establishing right angles and marking cut-off work on widestock.
How to Read a Framing Square. Place the framing square on a table with the skinny. Hodgson, Fred. T. (Frederick Thomas), The carpenters' steel square, and its uses: being a description of the square and its uses in obtaining the lengths and bevels of all kinds of rafters, hips, groins, braces, brackets, purlins, collar beams, and jack-rafters: also its application in obtaining the bevels and cuts for hoppers.Source: Adapted from Frederick Hodgson The Carpenter's Steel Square and Its Uses New York: Industrial Publication Co., (While I have suspicions about Hodgson's "authority" -- writing inwhen Anthropology was barely in its infancy, I am inclined to believe that the concept of the square in pre-Columbian Central America, especially.A practical treatise on the steel square and its application to everyday use: being an exhaustive collection of steel square problems and solutions, "old and new", with many original and useful additions, forming a complete encyclopedia of steel square knowledge, together with a brief history of the square, and description of tables, keys and other aids and attachments.