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Make the cylinder for these big screws as accurately as you can from a 56 T H E W O O D W R I G H T S [right] To tap a thick workbench top for a vise, first bore the hole, then chisel an opening on the underside to allow you to insert the collar that engages the spiral on the tap. [below] A sophisticated tap for making workbench screws (collection of Colonial WtlUamsburg). [opposite above] Chopping a cider press scrap, from Bergeron's Manuel du Tourncur, 1816. [opposite below] The cider press. As in many large screws, these threads are blunter, about 80 degrees.
Narrow it slightly at one end to help it feed into the screwbox. See that the surface is smooth and unflawed. Small pieces can be held in one hand while the screwbox is held in the other and the two pieces twisted like a pepper mill. Bigger pieces need to be held in a vise. Soap, wax, or oil will help keep things moving smoothly. The guide plate needs to be removable so that, when necessary, you can "bull nose" the screwbox right up to a shoulder on the screw, such as you would find on a screw for a clamp.
It works by using the special nut to pull the cylinder and its scraper-cutter, spiraling through the inside of the hole. By making several passes, setting the cutter to take a little THE W O O D W R I G H T S W O R K B O O K deeper bite each time, the internal threads may be cut to their full depth. This tap can be used for screw diameters ranging from about i Vz inches for large clamps to 16 inches for making paper presses. M A K I N G IT Select a piece of dry hickory or other tough, hard wood and turn it to a perfect cylinder equal to the diameter of the hole that you want to tap.