Published at Saturday, July 28th, 2018 - 23:04:12 PM. . By Nannie Tran.
While going for a project, choose the wood carefully. Measure and mark it even more carefully. If you have drawn some wrong marking, make a cross sign over it to differentiate it from the other lines. Job of carpenter involves too much precision without which you cannot make a perfect product. After you have chosen an object and the appropriate wood for it, you can start your first carpentry project. Measuring is important for making a perfect carpentry object. So measure you wood twice according to the pattern before cutting it. Mark them with pencil and cross out the lines drawn by mistake. After you have cut wood pieces, it is time to put them together. Use nails and screws and according to the thickness of your wood, they should not stick out of the wood. Along with nails, you can use wood glue as well to make the joint stronger.
How to Measure! Measuring for a new blind is straightforward and simple. What you will need A tape measure. Metal ones are the best! A pen and piece of paper Handy hints Take all your measurements in centimetres (cm) to the nearest 0.1cm. Always look out for things like window handles or tiles. Youll need to take their position into account to ensure a perfect fit. All our blinds can be fitted into the face of your window frame or wall, or into the top of the lintel. This gives you complete control over the positioning of your blind. Important note for measuring Roller blinds! For Roller blinds, we have to allow for fittings at either end of the blind, as there is no headrail. This means the actual fabric is approximately 2.8cm less for an exact measurement and 3.3cm less for a recess measurement. You dont need to make this adjustment, we do.
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