Practical carpentry; being a guide to the correct working and laying out of all kinds of carpenters' and joiners' work. With the solutions of the various problems in hip-roofs, Gothic work, centering etc. To which is prefixed a thorough treatise on "Carpenters' geometry." by Hodgson, Frederick Thomas, Almost every carpentry project involves some combination of squares and triangles. The square of the hypotenuse of a right triangle is equal to the sum of the squares of the other two sides. The square of side A plus the square of side B equals the square of side C. A 2 + B 2 = C 2. Carpenters often use formulas and math when carrying out carpentry jobs such as roofing, to check a building is square and to calculate the length of rafters etc. When designing/building and fitting staircases formulas are used to ensure the treads and risers are the right size and comply with local building codes. ‘Practical Carpentry, Joinery and Cabinetwork’ very much follows the formula of later books (whether this set what we know as the standard I don’t know) but once we’re through the hard-going geomentry, we have brief sections on the choice of timber and characteristics but it has no mention of the use of tools; this may be because the book was aimed the ‘the working man’ and as .
Practical Geometry - For Carpenters, Joiners And Woodcutting Machinists by (Less about wood machining and more about geometry, but there are some good bits about cutter geometry and how to calculate knife shape) Carpentry, Joinery and Machine Woodworking by Woodworking for Industry Practical Problems in Mathematics for Carpenters. The Practical Problems in Mathematics series offers students of specific trades useful help in basic mathematics and opportunities to practice math principles on problems applied to their area of interest. Practical Problems in Mathematics for Carpenters, seventh edition, contains 43 instructional units progressing from the simplest basic 5/5(1). This book is exactly what I needed. It's progresses from the most basic mathematical concepts to more complicated chapters that one would see in carpentry. Given that math wasn't one of my stronger subjects, I felt the need to get a refresher text book that isn't overwhelming and this book Reviews: Carpenter Apprenticeship Math Pre-Test Level One Carpentry students should use this pre-test as an indicator of their current math skills. If you have problems completing any part of this test you should purchase the review book Pre-Apprentice Training: A Test Preparation Manual for the Skilled Trades by Jack Martin and Mary Serich.
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