## The Procedures

Asegrese that the leaf of the mountain range is parallel to the flank of the table. The squared process of is completed with a milling machine and, with the aid of a rule or squares and a plane. In order to verify the quadrature, a false square measures the edges using. In order to square the ends of the tables a different procedure is due to use. This one can be realised of two ways. Assuring that the mitre is in squares with the cut table, simply it will have cross-sectionally to cut the work pieces on the table. Another form is to cut to the pieces using a mountain range of radial arm, assuring that close it is in squares with the leaf. Again, a false square would have to be used to verify its work.

For very great pieces, he would be more appropriate than it used a rule of carpenter. For the plywood, the procedures previously mentioned are not useful. In fact, the edges of the plywood can be used as a guide for the milling machine. Then, to cut the plywood, it will only need to mark and to cut squaring of smaller scale. Squaring its projects the squared one is one of the polygons more used, and, even so most tedious to make.

It is why it must be congratulated if its work comes out well. If it has managed to exceed the challenge to make squaring, then the stability is ready to give to the following step. The quadrature of the project affects its function because the quadrature directly is related to the stability. The stability is the one that allows that the doors, drawers, etc. work correctly. The length of the parts determines if a project is square. For example, the length of the division of a bookcase determines if it will be in squares or no.