Bf-110 by Janusz Ledwoch

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Explanation of one of the most common parquetry borders, the rope, will show that, though it will take time, it is not a highly skilled operation, and anyone with reasonable skill and tools can use it in his cabinetwork. The rope is usually made of alternating diamonds of light and dark wood, as shown in a corner of a table top in Figure 1. It can, however, be made up of several kinds of wood repeating themselves in a series as illustrated in Figure 2. The first step is to glue an equal number of alternating kinds of strips of wood together~ as in Figure 3.

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MARQUETRY Rope Border [68] Every woodworker who dares to attempt the new is sure some day to try his hand at marquetry, or pictures in wood. With enough assortment of different kinds of woods, most convenient if in veneers, he can produce some striking effects. Following are some helpful suggestions for doing this work, yet they are not so complete as to spoil the fun by telling all. The shrinkage and expansion that take place in different kinds of wood should not be overlooked, other~,~ise the finished product may become badly warped.

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