By Jim Cox
This paintings offers with the rules and features of all kinds of electrical automobiles more likely to be utilized in modelling and small engineering workshops, including their functions and operations. It covers issues equivalent to velocity keep an eye on, electrical braking, and safeguard.
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Softwoods Conifers, trees that have needles rather than leaves, produce a softer, more forgiving wood to work with. Lighter in weight than hardwoods, softwoods are easily sanded. Softwoods are also more pliable than hardwoods—if the last boards in a construction don’t quite line up, you can push them into place with your hands before screwing them together. Types of Softwood For most of the projects in this book, I used pine, which is the most abundant, renewable, and affordable 1-inch-thick wood in my region, the northeastern United States.
KNOW WHEN TO TURN OFF THE MACHINE Before you reach anywhere near a moving blade to remove cut pieces, turn the machine off and wait for the blade to stop moving. When you’re making an adjustment that requires your hands to be on or near the blade, unplug the power cord. Safety glasses, ear muffs, disposable dust mask. PROTECT YOUR EYES Every time you make a cut or perform any operation that could cause a piece of wood to fly off, wear safety glasses. Regular prescription glasses will not protect your eyes.
Close-up of a plug, as it appears on the flower box project. Finishing Touches: Staining and Painting There are many options for finishing and painting outdoor projects. As long as the paint or stain is labeled as being suitable for exteriors, you’re all set. I prefer water-based products because they’re not a fire, health, or environmental hazard. Many people prefer oil-based paints and stains because they have a richer, deeper look. As long as you use them safely, either is fine. Follow the cleanup instructions on the containers.
Electric Motors (Workshop Practice) by Jim Cox