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Higher Product Design. Procedures Learning and Teaching Scotland 2006 ... It can be utilized to cut joints, create a brightening edge on a bit of work (i.e. a table ...
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Higher Product Design Processes Methods of joining Click on proper star © Learning and Teaching Scotland 2006

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Processes Wood forms Metal procedures Plastic procedures Click on suitable star © Learning and Teaching Scotland 2006

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Wood forms Laminating Routing Turning © Learning and Teaching Scotland 2006

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Laminating This is a significant precise technique for molding wood. It includes developing a bended structure with layers (\'lamina\'). The layers might be slender lacquers, thicker constructional finishes or saw-cut strips. They are amassed so that the grain of every layer is running in the same heading, taking after the bend (dissimilar to plywood which has interlocking grain). The layers are stuck together with a solid cement and are sandwiched between the waxed appearances of a previous or a dance utilizing spasm weight. The layers twist to the state of the dance and "set" together. Covered plate of mixed greens servers Another method for creating bended covers is to utilize a \'bagpress\'. The procedure is like the one sketched out above with the exception of that one and only 50% of the mold is required. The slim layers are stuck together and set over the mold inside a pack from which the greater part of the air is expelled, bringing on the material to be pulled around the mold. © Learning and Teaching Scotland 2006

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Routing is an exceptionally adaptable procedure. It can be utilized to cut joints, deliver a beautiful edge on a bit of work (i.e. a table top or cabinet entryway) and even to deliver turned items utilizing a machine connection. Appeared beneath is a hand-held force switch. Switches are likewise accessible appended to a switch table over which bits of work can be run. A wide range of sorts of switch "bit" are accessible relying upon the employment to be finished. A hand-held force switch © Learning and Teaching Scotland 2006

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Wood machine Turning The wood machine can be utilized for turning as a part of 2 courses – on the headstock or between focuses. Either side of the headstock is appropriate for turning, utilizing a level plate to deliver such "level" items as dishes, dishes, formers and bases. To handle longer bits of work, for example, legs and axles, you have to turn between focuses. To do this, a drive focus is pushed into the shaft to turn the work which is bolstered at the flip side by a \'flawlessly focused\' situated in the tailstock. Arrangement for turning between focuses Preparation for turning on a face plate © Learning and Teaching Scotland 2006

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