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# Wood 2 Box Project

Wood 2 Box Project. Intro. Skill Objectives. Stock Preparation Jointer Surface Planer Table Saw Joinery Finger Joint Rabbet Dada Sliding Dovetail. Paper Work. Due Date: April 20 th (4 weeks) Start Timesheet – 3/20 ‘Planning’ Complete Bill of Materials Start Procedure Sheet

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## Wood 2 Box Project

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1. Wood 2 Box Project Intro

2. Skill Objectives • Stock Preparation • Jointer • Surface Planer • Table Saw • Joinery • Finger Joint • Rabbet • Dada • Sliding Dovetail

3. Paper Work Due Date: April 20th (4 weeks) • Start Timesheet – 3/20 ‘Planning’ • Complete Bill of Materials • Start Procedure Sheet • Very Important because of the NUMBER of Parts

4. Parts List • Three Parts List Tables on the Shop Drawings • Upper Right Hand Corner • Drawer Assembly Parts List • Box Assembly Parts List • Box Lid Assembly Parts List

5. 1 BF = W x L x H/144 • ALL MEASUREMENTS MUST BE IN INCHES • W  WIDTH ACROSS THE GRAIN • Always 1st Number • L  LENGTH WITH THE GRAIN • Always 2nd Number • H  THICKNESS OF THE WOOD • Always 3rd Number • If there isn’t a 3rd Number it is ¾”

6. Board Feet • You MUST use the ROUGH DIMENSION when figuring COST • You need 1” thick material to get ¼”, ½” or ¾” thick stock • Basic Rules of Thumb: • Add ½” to the WIDTH • Add 2” to the LENGTH • Add ¼” to the THICKNESS DEPENDS ON CONDITION OF LUMBER

7. Example • Finished Dimension: 3 ¾” x 16” x ½” • Rough Dimension: 4 ¼” x 18” x 1” W X L X H/144 4.25” x 18” x 1”/144 76.5”/144 BF=.53125 WOOD = MAPLE .53125 X \$3.10 = \$1.65

8. Remember • Use ROUGH DIMENSIONS • Double Check the NUMBER of Parts • Double Check you are using the CORRECT price for the Wood • You will have more than 1 wood type

9. How Much \$\$\$\$\$\$\$ Wood Available: • Soft Maple  \$3.10 bf • Cherry  \$4.90 bf • Poplar  \$2.85 bf • Bubinga  \$15.90 bf • Red Oak  \$3.20 bf

10. Wood 2 Box Project Day 2 -- Stock Selection and Prep

11. Safety Tests • You must have passed the following tests with a 100% • Jointer • Surface Planer • RAS • Sliding Compound Miter Saw

12. Selecting Your Stock • Wood is EXPENSIVE • ASK, DOUBLE CHECK, TRIPLE CHECK BEFORE YOU DO ANYTHING! 6” X 36” 6” X 20”

13. Available Wood • Soft Maple  \$3.10 bf • Cherry  \$4.90 bf • Poplar  \$2.85 bf • Bubinga  \$15.90 bf • Red Oak  \$3.20 bf

14. Bill of Materials • Bill of Materials MUST be complete • TOTAL \$COST\$ IS DUE TO WHS

15. Jointing & Planing • Joint one FACE and one EDGE • Surface Plane to 5/8” THICK STOP • Layout your Pieces on your Wood • Like a JIGSAW Puzzle (Best Use of Wood)

16. Ripping on Table Saw • Review your Layout with Mr. Thuman • Follow Instruction given (INDIVIDUAL): • RIP on Table Saw • Crosscut on SLIDING COMPOUND MITER SAW • Remember to SQUARE UP ONE END!!! YOU WILL BE LOSING POINTS FOR MISTAKES!!

17. Cutting Accuracy & Time • ACCURACY IS IMPORTANT IF YOU WANT YOUR BOX TO LOOK GOOD!!! • TAKE YOUR TIME AND DO IT CORRECTLY THE 1ST TIME!

18. THIS SIDE THIS SIDE THIS SIDE THIS SIDE Basic Geometry IF YOU WANT A SQUARE BOX

19. How Much \$\$\$\$\$\$\$ Wood Available: • Soft Maple  \$3.10 bf • Cherry  \$4.90 bf • Poplar  \$2.85 bf • Bubinga  \$15.90 bf • Red Oak  \$3.20 bf

20. Wood 2 Box Project Day 3 -- Ripping and Crosscutting Finished DImensions

21. Safety Tests • Andrew Aberts • Tera Baker • Doug Blank • Paul Hassett • Chad Lawson • Billy Rittelmeyer • Mike Shafer

22. Finished Dimensions • Cutting ALL of your pieces will be like a JIGSAW puzzle • Best USE of material • I will review and give instructions to EACH student BEFORE you start RIPPING or CUTTING anything!! • Reduces Mistakes and wasted MONEY

23. Joinery Layout • Once ALL pieces are CUT to the EXACT Finished Dimension • Label EVERY Piece • Name • Best Face, Top, Bottom, Left, Right, etc. • Begin Laying Out ALL joinery • Rabbets, Dados, Grooves, etc • Finger Joints, Sliding Dovetails

24. Procedure Form • EVERYONE MUST complete the Procedure Form • Each Step needs to be SIGNED OFF by Mr. Thuman

25. Questions!!??

26. Part Name & Quantity

27. Wood 2 Box Project Day 4 & 5 -- Laying Out ALL Joints & Labeling ALL Pieces

28. Joinery Layout • Once ALL pieces are CUT to the EXACT Finished Dimension • Label EVERY Piece • Name • Best Face, Top, Bottom, Left, Right, etc. • Begin Laying Out ALL joinery • Rabbets, Dados, Grooves, etc • Finger Joints, Sliding Dovetails

29. Missing Pieces? • Make sure you have ALL your pieces • See Mr. Thuman if you don’t • Share between Students

30. Safety Tests • Band Saw • Belt/Disc Sander • Portable Tools

31. Safety Tests Unless you have passed ALL safety tests with a 100% you will not use any tools

32. Wood 2 Box Project Day 6, 7 & 8 -- Cutting Finger Joints

33. Objective • Understand BASIC concepts of Finger Joint Layout • Understand use of Finger Joint JIG • Cut Finger Joints using Table Saw

34. Finger Joint A finger joint or box combing or box joint is a woodworking technique used to join two pieces of wood at right angles to each other. It is much like a dovetail joint except that the pins are square and not angled and usually equally spaced. The joint relies on glue for holding together as it does not have the mechanical strength of a dovetail

35. Case Joinery Drawers Anything that needs to be joined at 90 degree angles Strength Simplicity Decorative Speed Good in Compression Good in Shear Bad in Tension Use and Benefits

36. Finger Joint Layout • Equally Divide Width of Work Piece into an EVEN number of Fingers • Depth of Joint equals Thickness of Work Piece • Width of Finger is determined by Strength or Aesthetic

37. Good and Bad ALL EQUAL

38. Sliding Jig • Holds Stock Vertically • To Mill End Grain • Correctly Spaces Finger Joints • This one makes ONLY ½” wide Finger Joints • Any stock used must be EQUALLY DIVIDABLE by ½”

39. Indexing Pin/Stop Runners Blade Cover Fence

40. Stop – prevents cutting through entire Jig

41. First Cut – Stock Against INDEX PIN Second Cut – previous cut fits over INDEX PIN Use of Jig

42. Completed Joint

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