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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

U

Upholstery

  • basswood, use of: 18:1 (46-47)
  • box pleats: 2:4 (30)
  • boxed cushions & cording: 2:1 (41-42)
  • cardstock templates, use of: 2:4 (29-31, 34-36); 16:4 (12-14)
  • chair frames: 14:2 (19-22,48)
  • choice of fabric: 2:4 (27)
  • cording: 1:1 (22); 2:4 (29, 31)
  • fabric, working with: 2:4 (34-36)
  • glue removal: 4:2 (23)
  • half inch, techniques for: 12:3 (8-12)
  • introduction to: 2:4 (34-36); 9:3 (28-29);12:3 (8-12); 18:1 (46-48)
  • leather simulation of: 11:1 (16)
  • use of: 16:2 (15-17)
  • oil cloth, simulation of: 7:2 (39)
  • panels, use of: 10:3 (24-25)
  • shell size, importance of: 2:1 (39)
  • small figured fabric: 3:3 (10-11)
  • squared fabric corners: 2:1 (41)
  • techniques: 2:4 (27-31); 7:2 (48-52)
  • tufter, 16:2 (15)
  • tufting: 5:4 (29,33)
  • upholstery shell: 16:4 (6, 9)
  • use of patterns: 16:4 (11-12)

V

Veneer and Veneering

  • book matched: 13:4 (25-29)
  • burl veneer, use of: 15:1 (33,48)
  • mahogany, use of: 16:4 (18-19)

Ventilation (see painting, finishing, and spray booths)

Vermont Novelty Works: 2:1 (11)

Victorian (See, also, specific movements from the Victoria Era)

  • cabriole leg: 1:1 (16-18)
  • Cottage bedstead, spool turned (c. 1860): 17:4 (6-13)
  • chest, Renaissance-Style Cottage (c. 1860): 17:3 (25-32)
  • lamp table, spool turned (c. 1860): 17:4 (13-
  • overview of: 17:3 (25-26)
  • room box, mid-Victorian: 1:2 (20-22)
  • settee (c. 1860): 1:1 (19-22)
  • side chair: 1:3 (49-52)
  • washstand, (c. 1860): 17:4 (16-20)
  • washstand (late 19th Century): 16:4 (31-38)
  • yacht chair, folding (c. 1890): 18:4 (6-11, 24)

Voysey, Charles Francis Annesly (English Furniture Designer): 9:2 (45)

W

Wainscot

  • Colonial: 1:2 (56-57)
  • construction of: 2:4 (23-24)
  • paneling, Williamsburg (c. 1700): 5:2 (24-27)
  • wall paneling: 15:4 (38-40)

Weathering techniques, board and batton exterior: 8:6 (30)

Wegner, Hans (furniture designer, 1940s): 1:1 (11)

Wheels & Wheeled Vehicles

  • baby carriage, tricycle (c. 1870): 7:2 (29-39)
  • bending wheel rims: 16:1 (8)
  • brass, spoked: 3:1 (43-44)
  • buggies, history of: 16:1 (5-6)
  • buggy, J.J. Deal (c. 1900): (Part 1) 16:1 (5-16); (Part 2) 16:2 (12-20); (Part 3) 16:3 (45-48)
  • cast resin, source of: 2:1 (9,11)
  • electrical alligator clamps, use of: 16:1 (8)
  • fifth wheel: 16:1 (13-14, 16)
  • glass jars, use of: 16:1 (8)
  • hub, turning and drilling: 7:2 (34)
  • pedal car (c. 1914): 3:1 (37-44)
  • pivot assembly: 16:1 (13-14)
  • rims, construction of: 16:1 (7-11)
  • spoked, construction of: 7:2 (30-35); 16:1 (9-11)
  • turned: 6:1 (36-39)
  • two-wheel cart, toy: 2:1 (11-12)
  • undercarriage, construction of: 16:1 (13-16)
  • wheel jig: 16:1

Wicker simulating: 5:1 (37-38)

Wilkins Toy Works: 2:1 (6)

William & Mary

  • chair, roundabout (corner chair): 1:2 (26-30)
  • Williamsburg Interior, c. 1770 (roombox). 5:1 (16-21); 5:2 (21-27); 5:3 (12-16)

Windows

  • architectural detail, introduction to: 12:1 (25-29, 47)
  • Arts & Crafts casing: 11:3 (5)
  • assembly: 12:1 (30-35,42)
  • bay, Italianate: 9:3 (9)
  • casement, diamond pane: 1:4 (13-16)
  • double-hung, construction of: 2:4 (20-23); 3:4 (12-13); 5:3 (12-14)
  • Federal, Construction of: 2:4 (8-9)
  • framing (c. 1660): 1:3 (15-17)
  • leaded: 1:4 (14-16); 11:2 (14-15)
  • lead calmes: 1:4 (14-15)
  • operating: 12:1 (25-26)
  • placement: 12:1 (25-26)
  • sashes (c. 1700): 1:1 (45)
  • screen: 7:3 (27)
  • shutter: 4:3 (20-22)

Williamsburg (c. 1770), construction of: 5:3 (12-14)

Wingnuts specifications and use of: 13:4 (3)

Wiring,

  • 5w lamp, reduced voltage: 2:4 (59)
  • 68 olm resistors, use of: 5:1 (1)
  • aluminum, problems with: 8:2 (43)
  • bulb shields: 17:3 (21)
  • bulb interior shields: 17:3 (22)
  • channels and channel routing (see, also, hidden wiring)
    • channel router attachment, construction of: 2:3 (31-32)
    • channel router attachment, use of: 2:3 (32-33)
    • channels, use of 1/8” dado blade: 8:2 (44-45)
  • circuits, design of: 2:3 (33-35)
  • current ratings for wiring in channels: 8:2 (44-45)
  • DC electronically regulated power supply: 8:3 (45-46)
  • defining moods: 17:3 (23-24)
  • dimmer switch: 5:4 (2,26)
  • direct current (power supply): 8:3 (45-46)
  • direct current, 12 volt: 8:2 (49)
  • electrical blind panel: 1:4 (12)
  • electronic circuitry for chimes and mircobulb: 12:1 (43-47)
  • false walls, use of: 15:2 (46)
  • fluorescent lamp and ballast: 4:3 (37)
  • fluorescent lighting unit: 15:4 (46-48)
  • foil vs. stranded wire: 2:3 (30)
  • fuses and fuse holders: 9:4 (41-42)
  • hidden wiring: 2:4 (13-16); 8:2 (44-46)
    • cardboard spacers: 2:3 (35)
    • general approach: 1:3 (17-19); 2:3 (30-36)
    • hidden lamps: 10:1 (34-37)
    • lighting strips: 15:4 (42-44)
    • routing channel: 2:3 (31-32)
  • insulating: 2:3 (34-35)
  • introduction to: 1:3 (18-20); 9:4 (41-42)
  • lamp shields: 17:3 (23)
  • lamps, types: 9:1 (44-46)
  • lamps in series: 3:2 (14)
  • LED, use of: 9:1 (46)
  • lighting fixtures, design of: 10:3 (17-20)
  • lighting panel for display boxes: 15:2 (45-46)
  • lighting simulation: 17:3 (21-22)
  • microswitches, use of: 17:3 (24)
  • motor, reverse rotation: 4:3 (47)
  • motor, switch: 4:3 (48-49)
  • multimeters, types and use of: 15:4 (45-46)
  • outlets, use of transistor sockets: 1:3 (19-20)
  • parallel: 9:1 (45)
  • planning & layout: 2:3 (31)
  • problem plugs, correcting: 5:3 (37)
  • power controller, workbench: 16:2 (42-43)
  • power supply, housing for: 8:6 (25-33)
  • power surges, elimination of: 8:2 (49)
  • regulated VDC power supply: construction of: 8:2 (49-56)
  • resistors
    • serial vs. parallel: 5:1 (1)
    • use of: 5:1 (1)
    • voltage dropping: 9:1 (43-45)
  • rotary DP6T switch, use of: 17:3 (24)
  • series: 9:1 (45)
  • soldering: 2:3 (34-35); 8:2 (43)
  • spring contacts: 2:4 (15)
  • subminiature bulbs: 9:1 (43-46)
  • switch, garbage can: 8:6 (32-33)
  • telephone cable, use of for 12 volt system: 8:2 (44)
  • transformers: 9:4 (41)
    • multi-display workhorse transformer: 7:3 (22-27)
    • transformer/switch layout: 2:4 (15)

Wood

  • Australian hardwoods, types of: 14:4 (19,42)
  • basswood: 1:2 (10-12)
  • becuiba (banak): 13:1 (41)
  • birch, substitute for maple: 15:1 (25)
  • boxwood: 13:1 (5)
  • burl
    • Carpathian elm: 10:1 (15)
    • Spanish cedar (cedrela odorata): 15:1 (25-26)
    • thicknessing: 5:3 (45)
    • veneer: 5:3 (45)
  • cherry, substitute for mahogany: 2:2 (5)
  • choice of stock thickness: 16:4 (21-22)
  • danta, substitute for mahogany: 13:1 (41)
  • density & weight: 1:2 (10)
  • drying: 5:4 (7-8)
  • ebonizing: 14:1 (17)
  • laminating for strength: 15:4 (24)
  • mahogany, substitutes for: 13:1 (41)
  • mansonia, substitute for black walnut: 15:1 (25)
  • parquetry, appropriate for: 14:4 (25-26)
  • pearwood, substitute for mahogany: 17:1 (20)
  • plywood (1/32”), use of: 9:4 (39)
  • purple sandlewood: 10:1 (15)
  • red alder
    • substitute for oak: 14:1 (12)
    • use of 6:2 (4); 9:1 (28); 12:3 (33-35)
  • repairing breaks: 7:3 (19-21)
  • resawing: 5:4 (8-9)
  • ripping, using hand tools: 19:1 (27)
  • scale knots: 5:4 (6)
  • scale lumber, how to cut: 5:4 (5-9)
  • surfacing: 5:4 (9)
  • truing reference edge: 11:2 (21-23)
  • walnut: 13:1 (5)

Wood Surfacers (see disc sanders)

Wood Surfacer (see Disk Sanders)

Woodturning (see Lathes)

Y

Yankee Chucker insert for, fix for wobbles: 7:3 (1)

Yankee Drill, use of: 14:1 (41-42)

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