DT; all you need to know abrasives and vocabulary

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  • Created on: 22-05-16 12:29
gather/colect items into one place
storage
1 of 25
to look at somthing in depth
analyse
2 of 25
wood glue
PVA glue
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dragging the file along the work to smoth it
draw filing
4 of 25
make a product for a type of person
user needs
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a meathod of burning designs on wood
pyrography
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used to draw around
template
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a protective surface on materials
finish
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to assess wether the product fulfils it purpose
evaluate
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the dark patches in timber caused by branches
knots
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timber not dried properly, bent out of shape
wrapping
11 of 25
investigate- collate information
reasurch
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a meathof of aligning holes to drill many times
drilling jig
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manmade timber from waste dust compressed with glue
MDF
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statement saying what is neaded- what to do
desing brief
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used tools and equiptment to make
manufacture
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the lines in timber showing the growth rings of a tree
wod grain
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list of important criteria the design must have
specification
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v shape cut, to allow a screw to sit below surface
countersink
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manmade timber from layers of thin veneer glued together
playwood
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wood smoother
glasspaper
21 of 25
acrilic and metal; soother/polish
wet/dry paper
22 of 25
metal cleaner/polish
emery cloth
23 of 25
anouther metal cleaner and polish
oluminum oxide
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cleaning meatal/smoothing between varnish
wire wool
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Card 2

Front

to look at somthing in depth

Back

analyse

Card 3

Front

wood glue

Back

Preview of the front of card 3

Card 4

Front

dragging the file along the work to smoth it

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

Front

make a product for a type of person

Back

Preview of the front of card 5
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