|Strap in everybody, we've got another packed issue of Work! There's something for everyone, to be sure, but the prize for this week's most interesting article goes to "A TANGENT GALVANOMETER FOR WOOD TURNERS." Science geeks and lathe fiends alike should get a kick out of this one.
A tangent galvanometer is a device that measures electrical current by pitting the field strength...more..|
|Frame builders beware. Here is the 1891 ride of your dreams. You just have to make it. First time building a bike? No problem. This serialized article promises to walk you through every step of fabricating and assembling the more than "320 parts, counting the chain as one part." Before you start wringing your hands, let me put forward a modest proposal. Scroll on.
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|ARTICLES FOUND IN THIS ISSUE:
STENCILLED DECORATIONS FOR A DRAWING ROOM
EAR-RINGS AND OTHER ORNAMENTS FOR THE EAR
A JOINER'S CRAMP AND HOW TO MAKE IT
HOW TO MAKE A QUARTER-HORSE POWER STEAM ENGINE
MEANS, MODES, AND METHODS
OUR GUIDE TO GOOD THINGS
SHOP: A CORNER FOR...more..|