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Intro to woodworking (wood working). By : Thomas S ummy. SAFETY . Always wear eye protection when working Use the 2 inch rule (keep hands 2 inches away from blades) No Horseplay! If problems or uncertainties see teacher for help. Not in the woodshop. Projects in woodworking .

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safety
SAFETY
  • Always wear eye protection when working
  • Use the 2 inch rule (keep hands 2 inches away from blades)
  • No Horseplay!
  • If problems or uncertainties see teacher for help

Not in the woodshop

projects in woodworking
Projects in woodworking
  • The first project you'll work on is the oven puller. It looks like this:
  • The second is a picture frame:
  • The third project before final project, is a wooden box:
tools of woodworking
Tools of woodworking

List of tools commonly found in woodshop:

  • Miter Saw:to cut rough board to length
  • Table Saw: To crosscut and rip boards to width and length
  • Band Saw: to roughly cut pieces into shape
  • www.HomeDepot.com
  • Planer: to get board to right thickness
  • Jointer: to square face and edges of board
  • Drill Press: to cut precise holes into boards
writing procedures
Writing procedures
  • You'll need a plane composition note book with graph paper
  • When doing a project you need to write a step by step guide to project
  • Leave no detail out of procedure even mistakes
final project
Final project
  • Final project should incorporate all you have learned over the semester
  • Teacher will give you several ideas on what you can build
  • Ideas include:
        • Tool box
        • Hanging shelf
        • A coat hanger
        • etc.
table of contents
Table of contents
  • SAFETY
  • Projects in woodworking
  • Tools of woodworking
  • Writing procedures
  • Final project