Making Hole
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Making Hole Unit Ii, Lesson 1 by William E. Jackson

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Published by Univ of Texas at Austin Petroleum .
Written in English


  • Petroleum,
  • Petroleum Drilling,
  • Technology,
  • Oil well drilling,
  • Oil well drilling rigs,
  • Science/Mathematics

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages137
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11260911M
ISBN 100886981905
ISBN 109780886981907

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The Pocket Hole Drilling Jig Project Book gives woodworkers step-by-step instructions for using a pocket hole drilling jig to create joints in a range of stunning furniture projects, including: *Face frames *Cabinets *Tables *Shelving units *Dressers *Frame-and-panel doors *And more/5().   It helps to mark your holes or create a template to mark all your holes on the cover and signatures, so you don’t make mistake. For the cover, I punch the holes using a heavy duty leather puncher. For the paper signatures, I punch holes in the center of the folded papers with my awl – using my guide to make sure everything is the same. Use bull-clips to hold the sandwich together, then rest it on an old phone book or something that you don't mind drilling a hole in. Drill two holes. One of them should be 1 ½" from the top of the book, and the other should be 1 ½" from the bottom of the book.   For three-hole stitching, the last hole is in the middle, so mark there as well. Open your book (which you folded the pages of earlier), and place the template along the inner spine. Lightly use a pencil to mark on the page as indicated by your template—these are the spots where you will punch your holes. Making the Holes.

  Making and binding a homemade book is likely easier than you think. You can make journals and notebooks to give as gifts, bind a collection of artwork or writing and make programs -- all from materials you might already have at home. Here are some techniques. PRAISE FOR MAKING LEARNING WHOLE "David Perkins is one of the great teachers of our time. In this insight-filled book, you can learn how he achieves his educational goals and how you can achieve yours as well." —HOWARD GARDNER, HOBBS PROFESSOR OF COGNITION AND EDUCATION, HARVARD GRADUATE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION; AUTHOR, FIVE MINDS FOR THE FUTUREReviews:   To make a homemade book, start by cutting 2 equal-sized pieces of cardboard for the front and back cover. Then, fold 6 sheets of paper in half, stack them, and sew the folded edges together. Next, cut a strip of fabric that's as long as the sheets of paper and glue it over the spine of the pages%(). Make Your Own Notebooks!: Stop buying Moleskine or Field Notes notebooks and start making your own! It's super easy and saves you money and a trip to the store. This project uses a pamphlet stitch to bind a cute notebook.

Hole-Making and Drilling Technology for Composites: Advantages, Limitations and Potential presents the latest information on hole-making, one of the most commonly used processes in the machining of composites. The book provides practical guidance on hole-making and drilling technology and its application in composite materials and structures. I have been looking for directions for making a four hole self bound book for years. I made one in the 80’s but forgot how to do it. So at last I have found the pattern. I am looking forward to many hours of recearching the many binding patterns and finding different papers for covers. A signature is a compilation of two or more loose folios. The simplest method of binding a single signature codex, or a book bound on one edge, is with a pamphlet stitch. In this technique, the cover and signature are sewn at once. There are three basic variations of the pamphlet stitch: the three-hole (station), the four-hole and the five-hole. Learn the traditional style of Eastern book binding based on four-hole stitching. Kits include everything you need to make 4" × 6" soft-covered, sewn books. Materials include linen and decorative thread, a binding needle, and Japanese yuzen paper.