CABW 110 Basic Understanding of Wood Types*

Students will be taught basic concepts of woodworking, styles of cabinetry kinds of building materials, hardware etc. Students will learn about trees and shrinkage properties, as well as natural and machine-caused defects of hardwoods and softwoods. Student will discuss how to manipulate wood to create shapes and control problems, and how to start a project with thought to wood types, timelines , pricing, ordering, and problems to avoid and be aware of. Laminating, cutting, and planning with relation to wood grain will also be discussed. Students are required to provide their own tools. Corequisite: CABW 100A and CABW 100B.

Credits

1.00 Credits

CABW 110Basic Understanding of Wood Types*

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I. General Information

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II. Course Specification

Credit Hours Narrative

1.00 Credits

III. Catalog Course Description

Students will be taught basic concepts of woodworking, styles of cabinetry kinds of building materials, hardware etc. Students will learn about trees and shrinkage properties, as well as natural and machine-caused defects of hardwoods and softwoods. Student will discuss how to manipulate wood to create shapes and control problems, and how to start a project with thought to wood types, timelines , pricing, ordering, and problems to avoid and be aware of. Laminating, cutting, and planning with relation to wood grain will also be discussed. Students are required to provide their own tools. Corequisite: CABW 100A and CABW 100B.

IV. Student Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of this course, a student will be able to:

V. Topical Outline (Course Content)

VI. Delivery Methodologies