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" ... a blunt steel tool, or burnisher, or die, is to be applied successively to all those parts of the pattern intended to be in relief, and, at the same time, is to be driven very cautiously, without breaking the grain of the wood, till the depth of the... "
Cyclopædia of useful arts & manufactures, ed. by C. Tomlinson. 9 divs - Страница 582
по Cyclopaedia - 1852
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Transactions of the Society Instituted at London for the ..., Томове 41–42

Royal Society of Arts (Great Britain) - 1823
...state to receive ute drawing of the pattern ; this being put in, a blunt steel tool, or burnisher, or die, is to be applied successively to all those parts...at the same time is to be driven very cautiously, in* out breaking the grain of the wood, till the depth ol&e depression is equal to the subsequent prominence...

The London Journal of Arts and Sciences, Том 9

1825
...state to receive the drawing of the pattern; this being put on, a blunt steel tool, or burnisher, or die, is to be applied successively to all those parts...wood, till the depth of the depression is equal to the intended prominence of the figures. The ground is then to be reduced by planing or fileing to the level...

The London journal of arts and sciences (and repertory of patent inventions ...

William Newton - 1825
...state to receive the drawing of the pattern ; this being put on, a blunt steel tool, or burnisher, or die, is to be applied successively to all those parts...wood, till the depth of the depression is equal to the intended prominence of the figures. The ground is then to be reduced by planing or fileing to the level...

Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel Manufacturers ..., Том 3

Perry Fairfax Nursey - 1825
...state to receive the drawing of the pattern : this being put in, a blunt steel tool, or burnisher, or die, is to be applied successively to all those parts...breaking the grain of the wood, till the depth of the depressiou is equal to the subsequent prominence of the figures. The ground is tlien to be reduced,...

American Mechanics' Magazine, Том 1

1825
...state to receive the drawing of the pattern : this being put in, a blunt steel tool, or burnisher, or die, is to be applied successively to all those parts...intended to be in relief, and at the same time is driven very cautiously, without breaking the grain of the wood, till the depth of the depression is...

Newton's London Journal of Arts and Sciences: Being Record of the ..., Том 9

William Newton, Charles Frederick Partington - 1825
...state to receive the drawing of the pattern ; this being put on, a blunt steel tool, or burnisher, or die, is to be applied successively to all those parts...pattern intended to be in relief, and at the same lime is to be driven very cautiously, without breaking the grain of the wood, till the depth of the...

Recreations in science; or, A complete series of rational amusement. By the ...

Recreations - 1830
...drawing of the pattern. This being put on, a blunt steel tool is to be applied successively t<' ej • all those parts of the pattern intended to be in relief,...wood, till the depth of the depression is equal to the intended prominence of the figures. The ground is then to be reduced, by planing or filing, to the...

The Engineer's and Mechanic's Encyclopædia: Comprehending Practical ..., Том 1

Luke Hebert - 1835
...state to receive the drawing of the pattern ; this being put in, a blunt steel tool, or burnisher, or die, is to be applied successively to all those parts...to be driven very cautiously without breaking the grains of the wood, till the depth of the depression is equal to the subsequent prominence of the figures....

The engineer's and mechanic's encyclopædia, Том 1

Luke Hebert - 1836
...state to receive the drawing of the pattern; this being put in, a blunt steel tool, or burnisher, or die, is to be applied successively to all those parts...to be driven very cautiously without breaking the grains of the wood, till the depth of the depression is equal to the subsequent prominence of the figures....

The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette, Том 25

1836
...receive the drawing of the pattern ; ibis being ut in, a blunt steel tool, or burnisher, or die. is to e applied successively to all those parts of the pattern...same time is to be driven very cautiously, without break ing the grain of the wood, till Ihe depth of the depression is equal to Ihe subsequent prominence...




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