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The TSC Subject Index

Volumes 1 (1976/77) - Volume 20 (1995-1996)

For a listing by Author, please see the Author's Index

Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
Part 5
Part 6
Part 7
Part 8
A-B
C-D
E-F-G
H-I-J
K-L-M-N-O
P-Q-R
S-T
U-V-W-
Y

 

H

Hacksaw, use of: 3:3 (18-19)

Half Inch

  • chest-on-chest (c. 1974): 16:1 (19-21)
  • one drawer commode (c. 1974): 15:4 (29-30)
  • triple dresser/mirror (c. 1974): 16:1 (17-19)
  • arm chair, overstuffed (c. 1960s): 12:3 (8-10)
  • arm chair, upholstered (c. 1976): 10:3 (21-25)
  • bed, Arrow Spindle (Ethan Allen, c. 1974): 15:4 (25-29)
  • bed step: 6:3 (25-26)
  • bed stand, Mission Oak (Stickley, c. 1910): 14:1 (27-28)
  • bookcase, contemporary built-in: 11:1 (10-13)
  • canopy bed, Chippendale (c. 1770-1785): 7:3 (39-42)
  • chair, low (c. 1929): 11:4 (30-31)
  • chair, swivel (c.1929, half inch): 11:1 (14-16)
  • chair, upholstered (c. 1929): 11:4 (31-32)
  • chest, painted (c. late 18th C.): 12:4 (40)
  • chest of drawers, Mission Oak (Stickley, c. 1910): 14:1 (28-29)
  • desk, pedestal (Modern): 10:4 (12-16)
  • dining room set, modern: 9:4 (37-40)
  • dining room set, Turn-of-the- Century Oak (c. 1900): 13:2 (36-39)
  • dresser, princess, Mission Oak (Stickley, c. 1910, half inch): 14:1 (30-32)
  • entertainment center (c. 1960s): 12:3 (6-8)
  • high chest of drawers, Connecticut (c.1740-1760): 6:4 (9-12)
  • love seat, overstuffed (c. 1960s): 12:3 (11-12)
  • lowboy, Queen Anne c. 1760: 7:4 (50-51)
  • magazine rack (c. 1929): 11:4 (29-30)
  • Mission Oak bed frame (Stickley, c. 1910, half inch): 14:1 (26-27)
  • modifying plans for: 6:4 (9-10)
  • sideboard, Modern: 9:4 (39)
  • side chair, Windsor (c. 1750-1780): 7:1 (11-12)
  • sofa, contemporary: 9:3 (29-30)
  • table, oval top side w/ drawer (c. 1780-1810): 12:4 (39-40)
  • table, round coffee (c. 1929): 11:4 (30-31)

Hall, John (19th c. English/American furniture designer): 4:1(19-21); 13:4 (4-5)

Hall Trees

  • construction of: 3:1 (17-20)
  • history of: 3:1 (15-16)

Hand Grinder, use of: 12:3 (36-38)

Hand Tools (see, also, specific types)

  • introduction to basic set: 19:1 (26)
  • use of, general introduction to: 19:1 (25-28)

Hanley, Hope: 2:1 (21)

Hardware

  • Drawer Pulls
  • batwing, working bails and bail posts: 2.2 (20-21)
  • brass: 2:2 (16); 10:2 (35-36)
  • carved, Eastlake: 3:4 (37-38)
  • carved, foliated: 1:2 (15)
  • china bead: 1:3 (58)
  • furniture knobs, manufacturing: 19:2 (4)
  • mushroom: 2:2 (51); 3:4 (5)
  • pyramidal: 14:1 (31,32)
  • willow mount, with (c. 1760-1780): 2:2 (20-21)
  • Sheraton/Hepplewhite: 2:2 (27)
  • Hinges
  • attaching to cabinet doors: 13:4 (4)
  • attaching to surface: see mounting bride's chest hinges: 6:4 (8)
  • butterfly hinge, how to make: 1:3 (14)
  • cabinet, construction of: 3:4 (47-48)
  • cast bronze, simulation of: 15:2 (28-29)
  • davenport/table: 3:2 (9)
  • fabrication: 3:4 (51); 14:4 (12)
  • folding bed mechanism: 4:4 (15-16)
  • hidden, drop leaf: 4:2 (36)
  • knuckle hinge: 16:1 (23-24)
  • L-hinge & pintle: 1:4 (15)
  • mounting: 1:1 (9); 3:4 (51); 4:4 (32); 5:4 (12); 6:4 (12); 13:4 (4); 16: 4 (37-38)
  • offset, mounting of: 11:1 (26)
  • pin: 4:4 (6-7)
  • sources: 5:3 (22)
  • steps for making hinges: 13:1 (46-47)
  • special purpose hinges: 6:1 (45-48)
  • strap & pintle: 1:3 (21)
  • vaseline, use of: 14:1 (3)
  • lock plates, brass: 17:3 (46)
  • phohotoetching,
    • preparing artwork for: 7:2 (41-45)

Hardware Cloth galvanized, use of: 19:2 (4)

Haywood-Wakefield

  • bed, panel (c. 1949): 7:4 (37-38)
  • bed stand (c. 1949): 7:4 (30,32)
  • bench, vanity (c. 1949): 7:4 (36-37)
  • chest, five drawer (c. 1949): 7:4 (30-31)
  • china cabinet ( c. 1949): 19:1 (29-33)
  • dining table (c. 1949): 19:2 (5-10)
  • side board (c. 1949): 19:1 (33-37)
  • side chairs (c. 1949): 19:2 (10-12, C3)
  • vanity (c. 1949): 7:4 (30-36)

Hazen, Lillian Weston (1922): 1:4 (34)

Hepplewhite, George: 2:2 (22)

Hollins College Ladies Desk, French (c. 1900): 8:4 (20)

I

Ince, William (18th c. furniture designer): 4:1 (4-6)

India Ink: use of, photoetching: 7:2 (41-42)

Inlay general introduction to: 15:3 (45-47

Interior Trim

  • see, also, wainscot and paneling baseboards: 15:4 (40-41)
  • construction of: 2:4 (23-24)
  • cornice: 15:4 (42)
  • paneled walls, construction of: 15:2 (12-18)

Illusion (see also architecture, roomboxes)

  • use in miniature settings: 6:3 (4-9, 13-15)

Illustration Board

  • hotpress board, use of: 10:4 (30)
  • warp prevention, 10:4 (30)
  • use of: 10:4 (30)

Italianate

  • House (Victorian, 1/4 scale): 8:4 (25-30 + insert)

J

Japanning, history of: 2:3 (5-6)

Jewelers & Coping Saws

  • bird's beak (V-block) , use of: 3:1 (17,19); 5:4 (42): 14:2 (24); 14:3 (13)
  • cutting multiple blanks: 19:2 (12)
  • pedal-operated:
    • blade adjustment and tensioning: 12:1 (40-42)
    • construction of: 12:1 (36-40)
    • use of: 12:1 (42); 16:3 (39-40)
  • ripping with: 3:3 (1)
  • scroll work: 3:1 (17-19); 4:1 (21)
  • scroll jig, use of: 3:1 (17)
  • use of: 3:1 (17-18); 4:1 (21); 4:4 (17-18); 5:1 (24); 5:3 (12-14); 10:2 (47-49)

Jig saw cutting cabriole legs: 1:2 (24-25)

Jigs, Fixtures, and Fences:

  • 1” and 1/2” Scale Conversion Chart: 6:4 (28)
  • 45° miter cut: 3:3 (51)
  • 90° and 45° cross cutting jig acrylic plastic, use in jigs: 11:3 (34)
  • adjustable doll house construction horse: 6:4 (27-28)
  • adjustable drilling depth stop: 7:1 (46)
  • adjustable fence for Jedlicka thicknessing sander: 6:2 (46)
  • adjustable jig for 45° joints: 8:2 (41)
  • adjustable jig for square ends: 8:2 (40)
  • angle & stop block jigs: 18:1 (39-40)
  • angle drilling jig: 13:1 (13,16)
  • angle finder: 15:4 (12-13)
  • angled sides, jig for: 8:2 (39)
  • arbor, finishing (lathe, brasswork): 6:2 (10-11)
  • back assembly jig, square: 11:4 (16)
  • balluster marking & cutting jig: 3:1 (11-12)
  • bending jig: 3:1 (36)
  • bending mold: 1:2 (38)
  • beveling jig, construction of (Preac): 15:2 (10, 11)
  • beveling jig, tabletop: 16:2 (44-47)
  • beveling table, drillpress: 17:2 (34-35)
  • blank turning fixture, lathe, brasswork: 6:2 (10-11)
  • brass slitting fixture: 6:1 (46)
  • brass tubing holder: 11:4 (27)
  • caned seat frame: 1:3 (39-40)
  • carving: 13:2 (5-9); 17:2 (10)
  • chair back, rail mold: 1:3 (40)
  • chair: rung drilling: 1:3 (39-40)
  • circular cutting jig: 12:1 (18)
  • circular saw sliding table: 12:1 (15-16)
  • clapboard spacing: 1:4 (10)
  • curved molding jig: 15:2 (32)
  • design and use of: 7:4 (4-13)
  • diagonal cutting jig: 12:1 (19)
  • door hinges, jig for locating: 15:2 (3)
  • dovetail marking and cutting jig: 17:1 (34-35)
  • dowel drilling jig: 16:4 (17)
  • dowel sawing jig: 8:5 (1)
  • drill jig, felloes (spinning wheel): 7:4 (9)
  • legs: 13:1 (18,19)
  • drilling jig with pilot: 6:1 (22)
  • edge sanding block: 2:3 (42-43)
  • felloe drill template (spinning wheel): 7:4 (7)
  • flat gluing jig: 2:3 (43)
  • flat panel bending jig: 2:3 (27-28)
  • forming die fixture (brasswork): 6:2 (8-10)
  • gauge blocks, use of: 16:3 (24)
  • gluing jig for balustrades: 3:1 (12-13)
  • gluing jig for bent fronts: 2:2 (26)
  • gluing jigs. use of: 2:2 (26); 6:2 (35)
  • hinge forming fixture: 6:1 (47)
  • hinge stock jig: 13:1 (46-47)
  • holding jig, for reeding: 16:4 (7-10)
  • holding jigs: 16:4 (32)
  • hub indexing and drilling fixture (spinning wheel): 7:4 (12-13)
  • jig for cutting perfect circles: 6:4 (28)
  • keyboard scribing jig: 16:3 (20)
  • laminating gluing jig: 6:4 (38-39)
  • lamp clamp: 3:1 (45-47)
  • leg shaping jig: 19:2 (9)
  • marking jig for balustrades: 3:1 (11-12)
  • for legs: 13:1 (18)
  • micro-mitering jig: 16:1 (49)
  • milling wood, jigs for: 8:3 (39-43)
  • miter box with adjustable stop: 6:1 (44)
  • miter stop block: 5:4 (42-43); 8:2 (12)
  • mitering jig: 18:3 (39)
  • mitering jig, construction and use of; 15:2 (39-41)
  • mitering jig, legs: 13:1 (19-20)
  • mortise drilling: 4:1 (34)
  • overhead routing fixture: 10:2 (37-38)
  • pilot pin routing jig: 9:2 (26)
  • plastic table bed: 8:3 (39-40)
  • post drilling jig: 16:4 (17)
  • raising block, finishing: 5:1 (11)
  • rim bending jig (wheels): 7:2 (33)
  • rip and cross cut fixture: 13:3 (41-42)
  • rip fence, micro-adjusting scale: 10:1 (39-40)
  • ripping jig, plywood: 13:1 (3)
  • rotisserie holding jig: 5:1 (11)
  • routing jig for irregular shapes: 5:4 (38)
  • rung hole jig: 8:2 (13)
  • sash jig for window assembly: 12:1 (32)
  • saw depth gauge: 12:2 (43-45)
  • scaled down taper jig for Dremel: 12:3 (40-42)
  • scroll jig: 3:1 (17)
  • shelving gauge blocks: 11:1 (12)
  • shooting board: 8:2 (38); 11:2 (21-23)
  • simplified drilling and milling jig: 6:4 (28)
  • sliding mitering jig for Dremel table saw: 8:5 (43-45)
  • sliding router table: 12:1 (16-18)
  • sliding tapered fence: 10:1 (39-40)
  • slot cutting jig for table saws: 15:4 (4)
  • slotting fixture for felloes (spinning wheel): 7:4 (11-13)
  • spindle, center finding jig: 4:2 (11,14)
  • spring clip: 8:6 (1)
  • squaring block (gluing jig): 15:4 (23); 16:2 (41)
  • table leg fixture: 17:4 (42)
  • table saw mitering jig: 17:2 (24)
  • table top edge reeding fence: 13:1 (46)
  • taper leg/spade foot: 3:4 (2,40)
  • tapering jig: 10:1 (38); 17:2 (25-30)
  • two nail taper jig: 12:3 (43,iii)
  • wing nut taper jig for Microlux: 12:3 (42-43)
    • use of: 14:2 (4)
  • tenon cutting jig: 12:1 (18-19); 16:4 (34)
  • tripod leg gluing jig: 3:2 (44)
  • tube, holding fixture: 4:2 (14)
  • tufting jig: 16:2 (17)
  • turning fixture for felloes (spinning wheel): 7:4 (8-9)
    • use of: 17:3 (6-9)
  • wheel assembly and gluing fixture: 7:4 (12)
  • wheel hub reboring fixture: 7:4 (13)
  • wheel rim jig: 16:1 (7-10)
  • wood bending fixture: 7:1 (45)

Joints and Joinery:

  • butt joints
    • butt joint (with hand tools): 8:5 (16-17)
    • butt joints: 16:4 (32-34)
  • butterfly keys: 18:1 (20)
  • center lap joint (with hand tools): 8:5 (21)
  • chamfers, use of a sanding block: 17:1 (36)
  • cross lap joint (with hand tools): 8:5 (21,54)
  • cylinder desk: 5:4 (18)
  • dados:
    • blind dado (with hand tools): 8:5 (20)
    • desk pull shelf: 3:4 (32)
    • drawer construction: 16:4 (36)
    • dremel burr, use of drill press / circular saw: 2:2 (9)
    • drill press, router: 3:3 (48-49)
    • handcutting: 3:3 (46-47); 8:5 (19-20)
    • hand tools: 3:3 (47-48); 10:3 (6)
    • router, use of: 16:2 (24,C3)
    • shelving: 16:4 (34); 18:2 (33)
  • differences in approaches: 16:4 (31-38)
  • dovetail
    • cone burr, use of: 2:2 (14)
    • cutting: 2:2 (13-14); 6:4 (5-6)
    • cutting, six steps: 4:3 (18)
    • drill press, use of: 2:2 (14)
    • hand cut: 17:1 (32-37, 48)
    • open & blind: 3:4 (43)
    • repairing: 17:1 (36)
    • single: 4:3 (17)
    • summer beam: 1:1 (35,39)
    • use of end mill and guide fence: 2:2 (13-14)
  • dowel drilling jig: 16:4 (17)
  • doweled: 1:3 (52); 9:1 (23-27); 16:4 (16-18)
  • drawer assembly: 2:2 (13)
  • dressing table: 2:2 (4-14)
  • drill press
    • use of: 16:4 (34-36); 17:3 (38-29)
    • router, use of: 3:3 (50)
    • with dental burr, use of: 4:4 (33-34)
  • drop leaf table frame: 4:2 (36)
  • edge dowel: 4:1 (cf1)
  • edge rabbet: 4:1 (cf1)
  • edge sanding block, use of: 2:3 (42-43)
  • end lap joint (hand cutting): 8:5 (20-21)
  • firescreen desk: 4:4 (31-33)
  • fitting drawers: 5:1 (33)
  • full lap: 4:1 (34)
  • half blind tongue & rabbet, drawers: 18:2 (38)
  • half lap: 1:2 (2, 6); 1:3 (44); 3:3 (44); 16:3 (37); 18:1 (22)
  • handcut joints: 19:3 (6-9)
  • hand tools, use of in joinery: 8:5 (16-21); 8:6 (18-24)
  • house frame, post & beam: 1:1 (27-43)
  • hunting miter: 5:2 (32)
  • joints, glossary of: 4:1 (1-4cf); 18:4 (25-29)
  • keyed tenon (hand-cut): 8:6 (23-24)
  • knuckle: 1:2 (2,5); 13:1 (41-44)
  • five segment: 16:1 (22-24)
  • leg joints, round pedestal: 4:1 (28)
  • mandrel, use of: 3:4 (27-28)
  • mitered lap (hand-cut): 8:6 (18-19)
  • modular construction: 4:4 (4)
  • mortise & tenon:
    • alternative machine modes for cutting: 19:2 (34)
    • cutting, with dental burrs: 16:3 (36)
    • with dental chisels: 14:1 (7); 15:1 (24)
    • with drill: 1:2 (3)
    • with drill press: 8:2 (27); 17:4 (9-11); 18:2 (45)
    • square end cutter: 16:4 (35)
    • with hand tools: 8:6 (21-22)
    • cabinet doors: 17:3 (39-41)
    • desk frame: 4:4 (33)
    • dresser frame: 10:2 (30-33)
    • hinged: 12:4 (12-13)
    • introduction to: 13:2 (45-48); 15:4 (10-16); 16:4 (32-38)
    • marking: 14:1 (9)
    • methods for cutting: 19:2 (36-38)
    • milling and cutting: 2:2 (8-9)
    • pegged: 12:4 (5-13): 13:2 (45-48)
    • pegs and peg legs: 15:2 (23-24,41)
    • pinned tenons: 16:2 (21,24)
    • post & beam: 1:1 (35-43)
    • post & rail: 3:2 (6-7)
    • router, use of: 18:2 (45)
    • slats: 15:1 (39)
    • slitting saw, use of: 3:4 (27-30); 14:1 (9)
    • table frame: 2:1 (36) table legs: 16:2 (23-24)
    • tenons, cutting with drill press: 18:2 (47)
    • tusk: 4:1 (34)
  • mortise and spline: 18:1 (40-41)
  • mortising chisels, construction and use of : 15:1 (46-48)
  • open mortise (with hand tools): 8:6 (19-21)
  • rabbet:
    • rabbets: 3:3 (47), 4:1(11-13); 16:4 (35-36)
    • cutting by hand: 16:4 (22)
    • cutting with drill press: 8:2 (26)
    • cutting with hand tools: 8:5 (17-19)
    • drawers: 18:2 (38)
    • leg posts: 10:3 (8-9)
    • lipped rabbet, drawers: 18:2 (38)
  • rafter seat: 1:4 (6)
  • rail & stile (simulated): 4:4 (8, 13)
  • rail & stile panel: 3:4 (26); 8:2 (27)
  • razor saw, use of: 3:3 (47)
  • roll top desk: 3:4 (26-33)
  • routed joints: 19:3 (9-10)
  • rule joint: 4:1 (cf1); 4:4 (16)
  • secretary, Eastlake: 5:3 (32,36); 5:4 (18, 21-22)
  • slotting saws, use of: 3:4 (27-28); 8:2 (27-28)
  • spline: 4:1 (cf1) table saw joinery: 19:3 (11-12)
  • tongue and groove: 4:1 (cf1-2)
  • tools: 1:1 (33)
  • tusk tenon: 1:1 (35); 13:2 (46-48)
  • use of jigs: 16:4 (32,34)

Jointer, see routers and shapers

Jointing

  • cutter alignment: 2:4 (41)
  • cutters: 2:4 (42)
  • definition of: 2:4 (40)
  • technique: 3:2 (18-19)

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