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Name 6 types of Wood Joints
Butt, Rebate, Corner Bridle, Finger/Comb, Mitre, Housing, Halving, Dowel, Biscuit, Dovetail, Mortise & Tenon, Tongue & Groove Joint.
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Name 4 ways to join materials (generally)
Nails, Screws, Nuts and Bolts, Rivets.
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Name 4 adhesives
'Super Glue', Hot glue stick, Liquid solvent cement 'Tensol', Epoxy Resin, Contact adhesive, Synthetic Resin, PVA (polyvinyl acetate)
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Draw & Identify 4 types of screws
Raised Head Screw, Pozidriv Head, Counter-sunk slot Head, Round Head, Dome Head, Chipboard Screw, Self-tapping.
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Draw & Identify 4 types of nails
Round Wire, Oval Wire, Lost Head, Panel Pin, Tack, Sprig, Corrugated Fastener, Hardboard Pin, Annular Nail.
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What is the difference between Hardwood and Softwood
Hardwood is harder and come from broad-leafed trees. Softwood are from trees with needles and softer to work.
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Name 4 types of manufactured board
MDF, Plywood, Chipboard, Hardboard, Blockboard, Laminboard.
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Name 5 types of Hardwood
Beech, Oak, Ash, Mahogany, Teak, Jelutong
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Name 5 types of Softwood
Scots Pine, Parana Pine, Western Red Cedar, Yellow Cedar, Spruce
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What are the benefits of using manufactured board?
Uses up small discarded pieces of wood, Cheaper than solid wood, Purpose built, Comes in large sheets
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Name 4 plastic processes
Vacuum Forming, ***** Heating, Injection Moulding, Blow Moulding, Extrusion Moulding
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Name 6 types of plastic
Acrylic, Nylon, Polyester Resin (or GRP), LDPE, HDPE, PP (Polypropylene), Phenol Formaldehyde (Bakelite), Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)
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Two ways of measuring accurately
Vernier Caliper and Micrometer
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List at least 10 marking tools
China-graph pencil, Marker, Steel Rule, Marking Knife, Scriber, Try Square, Marking Gauge, Dividers, Mitre Square, Sliding Bevel, Odd leg Calipers, Centre Square, Gauge, Centre Punch, Punch
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List at least 5 holding devices
Folding Bar, Woodworker's Vice, Metalwork or Engineer's Vice, G Cramp, Machine Vice, Hand Vice, Sash Cramp, Speed Cramp, Corner Clamp, Toggle Clamps
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List at least 4 tools for hammering
Claw Hammer, Ball Pein Hammer, Cross Pein Hammer, Mallet, Rubber/Nylon Mallet, Bossing Mallet, Planishing Hammer
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Name 4 types of files
Hand file, Flat file, Half-round, Square, Round, Triangular
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List 3 basic chiselling actions
Horizontal paring, Vertical paring, Chopping
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What can be used to do hand planing?
Smoothing plane, Block plane, surform, Shoulder plane, Spokeshave, Jack plane
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List 5 saws
Hacksaw, Junior Hacksaw, Tenon Saw, Coping Saw, Fretsaw, Scroll saw
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What is the main difference between ferrous and non-ferrous metals?
Ferrous - have iron. Non-ferrous - have no iron.
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What is annealing?
When steel is bent or folded and becomes less ductile, you would need to counteract it by heating it red hot and leaving it to cool.
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What are alloys?
Combined materials
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List 5 ferrous metals
Cast Iron, Mild Steel, Tool Steel, High Speed Steel, Stainless Steel
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List 5 non-ferrous metals
Aluminium, Copper, Lead, Tin, Zinc, Gold and Silver
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List 5 alloys
Brass, Guilding metal, Pewter, Casting alloy, Duralumin
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Name 2 methods used to join metals
Welding, Soldering, Brazing
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What is usually used with a nut and bolt?
A washer
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What is the tap and die used for?
Cutting interior and exterior threads
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List 5 finishes for metal
Paint, Laquer, Plastic dip coating, Oil Bluing, Anodising, Plating, Galvanizing, Enamel, Teflon
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List 3 metal cold processes
Blanking, Cold pressing, Cold heating, Thread rolling
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List 3 metal hot processes
Forging, Extrusion, Sand Casting, Die Casting, Lathework
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Three examples of knurling patterns are...
Angled pattern, Diamond Pattern, Straight Pattern
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Sketch a dead centre and live centre - what's the difference?
Dead centre doesn't move. Live centre is a dead centre inside with ball baring to let it spin freely.
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Three composite materials are...
GRP (glass reinforced plastic), Carbon Fibre reinforced plastic, Kevlar
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Three smart and modern materials are...
Polymorph, Thermochromic pigments, Shape memory alloys, Photochromic ink, Hydromorphic Polymers
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Nails, Screws, Nuts and Bolts, Rivets.

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Name 4 ways to join materials (generally)

Card 3

Front

'Super Glue', Hot glue stick, Liquid solvent cement 'Tensol', Epoxy Resin, Contact adhesive, Synthetic Resin, PVA (polyvinyl acetate)

Back

Preview of the back of card 3

Card 4

Front

Raised Head Screw, Pozidriv Head, Counter-sunk slot Head, Round Head, Dome Head, Chipboard Screw, Self-tapping.

Back

Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

Front

Round Wire, Oval Wire, Lost Head, Panel Pin, Tack, Sprig, Corrugated Fastener, Hardboard Pin, Annular Nail.

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