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Formation et valorisation des techniques de charpente traditionnelle

Formation et valorisation des techniques de charpente traditionnelle

Copaindescopeaux : vidéos sur le travail du bois Des Hommes et des Arbres Atelier du Bricoleur : conseils techniques sur le travail du bois par un passionné, en français et en anglais BOIS ET TOILE La Boutique du Bois : bois massif sur mesure, panneaux, parquets, poutres SketchUp for Woodworkers - 3D Cutlists for Woodworking Projects Traditional approaches in woodworking are generally reliable and efficient. If you know something has worked well for other woodworkers for a few hundreds years, you can likely assume that adopting it will be a good way to accomplish what you want to do. But the traditional approach isn’t always the best method forever, and when a new technology comes along, it can make the shortcomings of a traditional approach blatantly apparent. This is the case with shop drawings, cutlists, and the adoption of SketchUp as a design and planning tool. Here is an example, using the Gustav Stickley No. 74 Book rack I built for the August 2012 issue of Popular Woodworking Magazine. When I built the piece, I worked from a SketchUp model. Then I grab the dimension tool from the toolbar and put in the dimensions I want to see when I’m selecting material and fabricating the parts. Contact: Robert W.

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