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Material Processing Research Portal

Introduction

Material processing, the series of operations that transforms industrial materials from a raw-material state into finished parts or products. Industrial materials are defined as those used in the manufacture of “hard” goods, such as more or less durable machines and equipment produced for industry and consumers, as contrasted with disposable “soft” goods, such as chemicals, foodstuffs, pharmaceuticals, and apparel.1

Shipworkers using a Ships Carpenters Adze
Shipworkers using a Ships Carpenters Adze


Materials processing by hand is as old as civilization; mechanization began with the Industrial Revolution of the 18th century, and in the early 19th century the basic machines for forming, shaping, and cutting were developed, principally in England. Since then, materials-processing methods, techniques, and machinery have grown in variety and number.1

Welcome to the Material Processing category, Please use this category for your research projects pertaining to the processes included in the manipulation and changing of the main medium of wood. The projects that may be included in this category are related to the machinery, tools and products that are used to form and shape and finish the wood. For example you may want to create a page for a specific type of tool or machine, powered by conventional means or by human power. You may also want to create a page related to a process in finishing the wood. The world of tools, machinery and finishing are vast and expansive. Name all files and images appropriately before uploading to our server. Images and files that contain arbitrary titles or naming conventions will be removed from this wiki.

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Research links

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Project pages in this category

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Axe 1311
08-24-2019 01:44
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admin 81 1 3 Material Processing
Hand Tool
Adze
Hammer
Axe
Glossary of Woodworking Joints 840
08-15-2019 19:33
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admin 48 1 0 Material Processing
Lie Nielsen No.1 224
08-10-2019 06:25
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Hand Plane
Hand Tool
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Smoothing Plane
Glossary of Woodworking Hand Tools 1146
08-09-2019 10:13
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Hand Tool
Lie Nielsen No.2 95
07-29-2019 19:35
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Hand Plane
Hand Tool
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Material Processing Research Portal 3871
07-24-2019 21:16
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Lie Nielsen No. 6 298
07-23-2019 12:25
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Hand Plane
Hand Tool
Bench Plane
Fore Plane
Adze 2946
06-26-2019 18:45
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admin 34 7 2 Material Processing
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Adze
Hammer
Axe
Glossary of Woodworking Machinery 558
05-21-2019 04:22
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Hammer 866
01-20-2019 20:49
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Files and images in this category

  ID T Name Actions
423 André Jacob Roubo Workbench
Workbench designed and published by André Jacob Roubo circa 1769 to 1774.
The image is from André Jacob Roubo's multi-volume work, L'Art du Menuisier (The Art of the Joiner), published between 1769 and 1774 by the Académie des Sciences.
Attribution: André Jacob Roubo [Public domain]
Source: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Andr%C3%A9_Jacob_Roubo_Workbench.jpg
422 Basic Bench
A basic workbench being used by a boy, using a hand plane and end-vise.
Attribution: By Bob Key - Own work, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=757474
Source: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Basicbench.jpg
421 Lie Nielsen No. 2 Bench Plane (Bronze)
Lie Nielsen No. 2 Bench Plane (Bronze)
Reference: Nielsen, L. Lie Nielsen No. 2 Bench Plane (Bronze). 24 July 2019, https://dzhj8173mkary.cloudfront.net/static-file-transform/3800/thumbnail%2Cw_500%2Ch_500%2Cm_a.jpg.
409 Roubo Workbench (Kari Hultman)
Roubo Workbench as built by Kari Hultman
Source: http://villagecarpenter.blogspot.com/
Reference: Hultman, Kari. “The Village Carpenter: Roubo: Finished.” The Village Carpenter, 19 Apr. 2012, http://villagecarpenter.blogspot.com/2012/04/roubo-finished.html.
410 Roubo Workbench 1 (Kari Hultman)
Roubo Workbench as built by Kari Hultman
Source: http://villagecarpenter.blogspot.com/
Reference: Hultman, Kari. “The Village Carpenter: Roubo: Finished.” The Village Carpenter, 19 Apr. 2012, http://villagecarpenter.blogspot.com/2012/04/roubo-finished.html.
408 Smiths Key Saws
Smiths Key was a retailers catalog for ordering retail for resale. The saw chart is found in the Smith Key catalog.
404 Paragon Jack Plane No. 5
Bailey type No. 5 Jack Plane by Paragon retrofitted with a Hock plane iron.
Attribution: Aerolin55 [CC BY-SA 3.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)]
Source: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Jack_Plane_No._5.jpg
345 Haches
Assortment of axes at the Maison de la Vannerie (Fayl-Billot, Haute-Marne). Carpenter's ax, cooper havereau, cooper dolor to rough wood pieces, ditch ax, sabotier's ax, roofing ax.
Attribution: Ji-Elle [GFDL (http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html) or CC BY-SA 3.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], from Wikimedia Commons
Source: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Haches.jpg
342 Hand Axe Replica
Replica stone tools of the Acheulean industry, used by Homo erectus and early modern humans, and of the Mousterian industry, used by Neanderthals. (Top, left to right) Mid-Acheulean bifacial hand ax and Acheulean banded-flint hand ax. (Centre) Acheulean hand tool. (Bottom, left to right) Mousterian bifacial hand ax, scraper, and bifacial point.
Reference: Encyclopædia Britannica, https://www.britannica.com/topic/Acheulean-industry/media/3542/73012 Accessed - January 19, 2019
341 Flint Hand Axe
Flint Biface from Saint-Acheul France; in the Muséum de Toulouse
Reference: Encyclopædia Britannica, https://www.britannica.com/topic/Acheulean-industry/media/3542/156268. Accessed - January 19, 2019

References

1 Britannica, E. “Materials Processing”. Encyclopedia Britannica, 24 July 2019, https://www.britannica.com/technology/materials-processing.


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