Layout Tools. Prepared by Dr. Dale Carpentier Monroe Area High School. Modified by Georgia Agriculture Education Curriculum Office June 2007. Layout Tools and Procedures. OBJECTIVES:
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Dr. Dale Carpentier
Monroe Area High School
Modified by Georgia Agriculture Education Curriculum Office
Layout Tools and Procedures
As a result of this lesson, students will be able to accomplish the following objectives with 70% accuracy.
1.Identify and select appropriate tools for layout procedures in woodworking.
2.Use layout tools correctly and accurately when given a woodworking problem.
3.Read measurements within a 1/16".
4.Make a pattern using layout tools.
Essential Question: What are the common layout tools used in the Agriculture Mechanics lab?
This is not a hammer!
3 – 4 – 5 Triangle
Measure 3 feet on one side and 4 feet on the other side. The hypotenuse should be 5 feet. If not, move the two sides until it is.
Forms a 30, 60, 90 right triangle.
Can use multiples, such as 6-8-10.
Measure the diagonals
If the two sides are equal and the two ends are equal, the diagonal measurements should be equal. If not, push the corners in or out until they are equal.