Encyclopedia Of Wood Cutting
The XIV axes in a light symmetrical blade, welded steel and roundwood in XV have been replaced by a new, more severe type with a slightly asymmetrical blade and a flat massive shoe. The axe was also made of steel. Village axe hands, unlike modern ones, were direct and far-reaching. Direct-handed axes had a very large value of useful action (0, 8-0, 973).
Tesla used two types: large ears for carpentry, shipy and similar works, and small tracts with a kneecap, they were used by handicrafts for spoons, rubber and dolble dishes and similar items.
Pies wood in ancient Rusi The carpenters and canteens used extensively. Pies are archaeologically known at X in. In XIV and XV, there were two types of drinks: cross-sectional bows and beers for longitudinal meals. Half of the bee-legged have reached 450 mm long. The wooden manoeuvres were stacked on the stem, which was a direct extension of the pound (like the knife). The sound was triangular and always divorced. The staircases were produced just as they are now. Sometimes the teeth were double. For example, on a whole XIII pile found in Novgorod, 44 teeth had two peaks. Each big tooth has a triangle that makes two peaks on the tooth (all 88 teeth). The tooth was 10 mm. The beers were made of steel and processed thermotic, and then high leave.
Blade design of wood-processing tools. Dark field - welded steel, light field - iron basis: 1 - axe, 2 - doloto, 3 - torque, 4 - perodal glazing, 5 - cloth.
Long plates for longitudinal beer were also long (500-600 mm). The profiling and the building of the tooth of radius drinks was different than the pil-leg. The beetle looks like the teeth of modern longitudinal drinks, that is, unilateral and flat. In Novgorod, at the beginning of the XIV in the field, there's a half-baked beer. The width is 22 mm, the teeth are unilateral, 2, 2 mm high and 8, 5 mm step. The drink was full.
Dolotha was all-neneutral with steel stained tears. The blade width ranged from 6 to 22 mm. The doloth was massive and had the most appropriate blade and ear structure.