Amateur Craftsman's Cyclopedia Of Things to Make by Editorial Staff Of Popular Science Monthly

By Editorial Staff Of Popular Science Monthly

Classic 1937 entire handbook for the home-workshop fanatic with special operating drawings and directions for making toys, novelties, wearing apparatus, versions, furnishings, and extra. The identify "C. ok. Maddox - Atlanta, Ga." is written within the entrance. a quick be aware additionally states that the e-book "came Dec. 19, 1940, from Montgomery Ward & Co."

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10 iron wire is used for shafts for · the rollers. Slots in the heavy tin bearings allow the rollers to be adjusted. with wood screws used as set screws. Belts for the driving wheels are made of rope with the ends sewed together. ugly i n 31 \Vooden lVlonkeys Acro batics P E R F O R M \ How the front wheels of the toy auto are remounted so that they will steer freely the grooves and to grip the belts firmly. The steering shaft should be smooth and unpainted where the threads wrap around it ; the rubber bands then will keep the threads tight at all times.

Tubing such as that used on trick roses is very good. Novelty stores usually have them for sale. If one tube is too short, join two of them together. The bulb that is ordi­ narily attached to the tubes is rather small, but it may be used if a bole is cut in it. A bulb from an atomizer is better. The valve should be removed and the tub­ ing attached as shown. Other details of construction are made clear in the draw­ ings below. The tube on the submarine to which the rubber tubing is connected extends to the top of the bull, and the only other open­ ing into the boat is the propulsion tube.

Apart, and connect them with long V-shaped stiffeners as illustrated. Next bend the two pieces that will form the head- and footboards, and solder them securely to the box sec­ tion. Heat the joint first with the solder­ ing iron and then apply the solder, giving it plenty of time to penetrate the joint and burn out the flux. You may want to wear an old glove on the hand that is holding the wires because copper trans­ mits heat rather rapidly. The head- and footboard decorations are next fastened in.

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