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NAME TYPES OF PAPER AND WHAT THEY'RE USED FOR
LAYOUT PAPER: Used for sketching & good with graphic markers. CARTRIDGE PAPER: Used for drawing on, thick & textured. TRACING PAPER: Used for copying visuals.
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NAME TYPES OF CARD AND WHAT THEY'RE USED FOR
CORRUGATED CARD: Fluted shape between 2 sheets & used for packaging
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NAME TYPES OF BOARD AND WHAT THEY'RE USED FOR
DUPLEX BOARD: Grey & used for making cereal boxes. WHITE BOARD: Used for more expensive packaging. FOAM CORE BOARD: Used for making model's & PoS displays
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WHAT IS PAPER THICKNESS SHOWN IN?
GMS (GRAMS PER SQUARE METRE)
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WHY IS PAPER & CARD SOMETIMES LAMINATED? GIVE EXAMPLES
TO MAKE THE SURFACE SHINY / WATERPROOF E.G PLAYING CARDS TO PROTECT THEM & CARD DRINK CARTONS LAMINATED WITH FOIL TO KEEP THE DRINK FRESH
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OUTLINE THE STEPS OF HOW PAPER IS MADE
1) TREES ARE GROWN AND CHOPPED DOWN, DEBARKS AND CHIPPED INTO SMALL PARTS. 2) THE SMALL PARTS ARE HEAED & MADE INTO PULP, SOME RECYCLED PAPER IS ADDED. 3) THE PULP IS WASHED (SOMETIMES BLEACHED) PASSED THROUGH ROLLERS UNTIL PAPER IS DRY & EVEN. 4)CUT
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WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A HARDWOOD AND A SOFTWOOD? GIVE EXAMPLES OF EACH.
HARDWOOD TREES DROP THEIR LEAVES IN THE AUTUMN E.G OAK, MAPLE, MAHOGANY, TEAK VS SOFTWOODS WHO KEEP THEIR LEAVES ALL YEAR ROUND E.G CEDAR, PINE, SPRUCE, REDWOOD
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GIVE EXAMPLES OF HARDWOOD USE
PINE - GOOD VALUE FURNITURE E/G TABLES & SHELVES, OAK - MORE EXPENSIVE FURNITURE, BEECH - WORK BENCHES AND TOOL HANDLES
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WHAT IS MDF AND GIVE FEATURES
MEDIUM DENSITE FIRE BOARD - MAN MADE FROM WOOD PULP, WAX AND RESIN. IT IS SMOOTH TO TOUCH, THICK AND USED FOR INTERNAL JOINERY AND SHOP FITTINGS.
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HOW IS PLYWOOD MADE? GIVE FEATURES OF IT
FROM VENEERS OF WOOD THAT ARE GLUED TOGETHER AT 90 DEGREES TO EACH OTHER, IT IS HARD TO BEND DUE TO THE GRAINS OF WOOD RUNNING IN OPPOSITE DIRECTIONS AND CAN BE USED FOR BOARDING UP WINDOWS
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GIVE FEATURES AND EXAMPLES OF THERMOPLASTIC
CAN BE HEATED AND SHAPES. HIP (HIGH-IMPACT-POLYSTYRENE) IS A POPULAR THERMOPLASTICS; CAN BE SHAPED ON A STRIP HEATER OR VACUUM FORMER. OTHER EXAMPLES: ACRYLIC, PVP, PET, AND HDPE.
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WHERE WOULD YOU NOT USE A THERMOPLASTIC AND WHERE WOULD YOU?
YOU WOULD NOT USED THERMOPLASTICS FORM MAKING A KETTLE/TOASTER ETC DUE TO THE PRODUCT GETTING HOT DURING USE BUT WOULD USE FOR MAKING ELECTRICAL PRODUCTS AS THEY CAN SOMETIMES GET HOT
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