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CLOSE THIS BOOKSmall-Scale Horn Processing (ILO - WEP, 1988, 104 p.)
VIEW THE DOCUMENT(introduction...)
VIEW THE DOCUMENTPREFACE
VIEW THE DOCUMENTFOREWORD
CHAPTER I. HORN AND ITS PREPARATION
VIEW THE DOCUMENT(introduction...)
VIEW THE DOCUMENT1. Supply
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2. Horn varieties
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3. Extraction of cores
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4. Cleaning of horns
CHAPTER II. CUTTING OF HORNS
VIEW THE DOCUMENT1. Sawing
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2. Cutting along the length
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3. Cross-cutting
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4. Bow sawing
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5. Cutting by drilling a series of holes
VIEW THE DOCUMENT6. Discs and ring blanks
CHAPTER III. WORKING OF HORN
VIEW THE DOCUMENT1. The workbench
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2. Drilling
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3. Filing
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4. Engraving and carving
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5. Turning
VIEW THE DOCUMENT6. Thread cutting
CHAPTER IV. SHAPING
VIEW THE DOCUMENT1. General
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2. Heating
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3. Straightening
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4. Opening the hollow section
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5. Flattening the hollow section
VIEW THE DOCUMENT6. Bending and folding
VIEW THE DOCUMENT7. Stamping
CHAPTER V. POLISHING
VIEW THE DOCUMENT1. Trimming
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2. Sanding
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3. Polishing
CHAPTER VI. RATIONAL USE OF HORNS
VIEW THE DOCUMENT1. General considerations
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2. Buttons
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3. Salad servers and spoons
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4. Bracelets and combs
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5. Knobs and handles
VIEW THE DOCUMENT6. Heron
VIEW THE DOCUMENT7. Crustacean
CHAPTER VII. ASSEMBLY METHODS
VIEW THE DOCUMENT1. Bonding
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2. Joining
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3. Pinning
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4. Screw and nut assembly
CHAPTER VIII. DYEING OF HORN
VIEW THE DOCUMENT1. Technology of dyeing
CHAPTER IX. MANUFACTURE OF USEFUL OBJECTS
VIEW THE DOCUMENT1. Buttons
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2. Salad servers and spoons of various kinds
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3. Hair combs
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4. Shoehorn
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5. Knobs and handles
VIEW THE DOCUMENT6. Lamp
VIEW THE DOCUMENT7. Wall light
CHAPTER X. MANUFACTURE OF DECORATIVE ITEMS
VIEW THE DOCUMENT1. Bracelet
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2. Heron
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3. Crustacean
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4. Arum lily
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5. Insects
VIEW THE DOCUMENTCHAPTER XI. SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACT OF HORN PROCESSING
VIEW THE DOCUMENTANNEX I: PRODUCTS AND MATERIALS REQUIRED TO EQUIP A HORN WORKSHOP
VIEW THE DOCUMENTANNEX II: EXAMPLES OF ARTISAN PRODUCTS IN HORN
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