Byggdag 29, 2004-01-02
Okay, on \ 't again! It is a matter to be in ... Now I've fixed router table and a single cutting. Clearly a lot easier to mill down the rib ends than trying to chip plane. Earlier I fixed ribs on träkursen but it is much easier to fix it at home.
I fixed the long ribs that were missing and it went fine. In addition, I took the opportunity to make the rib 18 that I did not get into shape. The new rib 18, I made the ruins of an old rib broken at one end. It worked fine!
It seemed sadly as if I was a bit tired last time I was here lath 15 proved to be too short and it then became too low in relation to the others. Fishy. It was good so you would be able to keep it and make a shim. But I sawed a new rib. The experience of the change of rib 18 showed that it goes nicely to remove a rib intact. So, next lath go of course I can use the one I got in place today.
Second round of ribs, it was worse with. It appears that the first kokomgången the works best. They usually ribs lying in the beginning so it's perhaps good with a slow warming.
It's pretty cold in the garage now that it's freezing outside but when you opened up the digester, it becomes something of a steam:
I test also assembled a few pieces from a pipe insulation as I shopped. They think I have that padding at the footrest and behind his back.
Byggdag 30, 2004-01-03
Given that other kokomgången seems to get worst, I think just running a game of ribs today. It got rid lath 1 & 3, and a new rib 15, but not rib 4! It turned out that I was not squared to someone new rib 4. Sigh!
Crossbar 15 proved to be too short again! One can go mad for less. Maybe it's something with the first batch of ribs, I measured out the dry timber which then swell in the water while I now utilized some already soaked ribs. Now I made a seizure from rib 14 and 16 already in place and then we'll see how it goes ...
Rib 1 to 3 is thinned to 8 mm thickness all the way to more easily bent. Moreover, it struck me that there is no point to use böjjiggen to them because they do not bend at the edges but in the middle. So I bent them simply in the hands and with gloves on because the ribs are considerably warm.
Crossbar 3 seemed to work pretty well, lath 2 cracked part and the question is how much and lath & 1 broke. I made an attempt to rescue rib 2 and 3 by putting a little force so that they do not continue to crack.
Well now it is still a lot of ribs in place. Maybe it will be okay though. Not ideal but hopefully good enough.
When I fix the rib 1, and probably then also rib 2, so I intend to try to thin out the ribs a little in the middle.