|Glossary Intro and Glossary Annexes|
4 May-June 1935, page 220.
Treated together with Carpenter, Joiner, Mechanic, Craftsman. Briefly, a Cabinetmaker is a woodworker who makes cabinets and does the finer kind of joiner's work.
Cabinetmakers work in solid wood, typically Hardwood, though Veneers of highly prized wood may be used for decorative purposes. As "finish" carpenters, Carpenters can work at the same level of excellence as cabinetmakers; mostly carpenters engage in the initial stages of construction, activities that lead up to the point where a construction needs finishing touches; for example, finish carpenters takeover where Moldings for ceilings and banisters for stairways are precisely cut and mounted.
Carbide and Carbide-tipped
A nut with a series of notches on one face to allow a Cotter Pin to pass through a hole in a shaft or a bolt. The pin prevents the nut from turning. ( Home Craftsman 4 November-December 1935 p. 94)
Ornamenting metal by the use of special tools known as chasing tools. A chasing tool is held against the metal and tapped with a hammer.
Source: Home Craftsman
also Tripod Table (see article,Woodsmith , 28, no 168 December 2006 pages 22-26, plus other details on subsequent pages.