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Wood Finishing provides a comprehensive guide to wood finishing. The emphasis of the book is on tackling practical topics.
The text first details the material components of wood finishing, such as strippers, revivers, stoppers, and varnishes. Next, the selection covers the various processes in wood finishing, which include waxing, filling, spraying, and flatting. The next chapter talks about supplementary topics, such as the chemistry of timber, hazards, workshop practices, and testing finishes. The title also tackles the various tools utilized in wood finishing, which include brushes, spray paints, coating machines, and tumbling barrels.
The book will be of great use to anyone who wants to expand knowledge in woodworking.
List of Plates
Filler Coats and Primers
Acid Catalyzed Lacquers
Coloring (Including Staining and Bleaching)
The Filling of Holes
Reproduction and Antique Furniture
Surface Coating Faults
Chemistry and Structure of Timber
Nature of Timber
Substrates Other than Timber
Airless Spray Plant (Thermopress)
Roller Coating Machine
Curtain Coating Machine
Flow Coating Plant
Mechanical Filling Apparatus
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- © Pergamon 1967
- 1st January 1967
- eBook ISBN:
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