CABW 100B Woodworking Safety/Machinery Uses*

Course is a continued study of shop safety of hand and power equipment common to cabinetmaking and woodworking. There will be demonstrations in the proper and safe use of advanced machinery in the workshop. Students will examine workplace safety issues while completing individual tasks in the group atmosphere of a working shop.

Credits

1

General Education Competency

[GE Core type]

CABW 100BWoodworking Safety/Machinery Uses*

Please note: This is not a course syllabus. A course syllabus is unique to a particular section of a course by instructor. This curriculum guide provides general information about a course.

I. General Information

Department

Cabinetmaking

II. Course Specification

Course Type

Program Requirement

General Education Competency

[GE Core type]

Credit Hours Narrative

1

Semester Contact Hours Lecture

10

Semester Contact Hours Lab

10

Grading Method

Letter grade

Repeatable

N

III. Catalog Course Description

Course is a continued study of shop safety of hand and power equipment common to cabinetmaking and woodworking. There will be demonstrations in the proper and safe use of advanced machinery in the workshop. Students will examine workplace safety issues while completing individual tasks in the group atmosphere of a working shop.

IV. Student Learning Outcomes

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

Successful students in this course will be able to safely operate all hand and power tools exemplified in this program. Successful students will be able to demonstrate and explain the proper techniques for maintaining and properly using all hand and power tools. Students will also be able to describe and demonstrate the proper use of personal protective equipment, the proper handling and storage of hazardous materials, and the proper uses for fire extinguishers. Students will be required to pass a final comprehensive exam, including a task demonstration. Student success will be measured in each of the following areas: Machinery check off lists, equipment demonstration exams, completion of all assigned tasks and homework, and a final evaluation.

V. Topical Outline (Course Content)

Continued study of Shop safety on equipment, both hand and power. This includes safety of self, equipment, others, projects, area, fire and electrical. This is a continuance of 100a. This will also consist of advanced machinery uses on all of the equipment in the lab and personal tools. Students will be tested in the area both written and performance based for passage of this coarse. Students will be required to make demonstration cuts, and small projects using these tools to begin their mastery of the machinery. This will show the instructor if they need more direction in their aptitude of each of the pieces of equipment. The courses main focus will be on maintaining a safe environment, safe employees, and safety for equipment being used. Begin mastery of machinery uses on project task sheet assigned to them. This will produce a student/employee that will produce as well as be safety conscious at all times.

VI. Delivery Methodologies

Required Assignments

Topical Outline: Power Tool Safety Power tool check list #21-#43 Practice cuts demonstrated on each Task sheet # 4 Cutting Board These power tools will be demonstrated to students on safety and use in the applications needed to perform the correct tasks. Planer use Jointer use Table Saw use Miter Saw use Plate Joiner use Clamps And Clamping use demonstrated Panel Saw use Wide belt sander use Belt sander use Finish sander use Router use Hand Tool uses Layout with squares for practice uses Use hand tools to build next task Create Task #5 Block plane box Hammers Nail sets Chisels Screwdrivers Pliers Planes Utility Knife Miscellaneous Power/Air Tools Task sheet #6 use of air tools Box for work bench tools/or drawer Table saw use Molding blade use on table saw Panel Router use for Dados with air clams Panel saw use Belt sander use Finish air nailing gun Finish pin nailer Finish micro nailer Finish air sander j. Air screw driver for attachment to bench Storage/Handling of specialty tools and attachments Storage Areas Use of all power tool attachments demonstrated Specialty cutters for all machinery. Chapter 21 Sawing with stationary power tools a. Workbook chapter 21 complete and turn in for grade. Chapter 22 Sawing with hand and portable power tools Workbook chapter 22 complete and turn in for grade. 15. Chapter 23 surfacing with the jointer and planer Workbook chapter 23 complete and turn in for grade. 16. Final Test a. Complete written test b. Complete performance test

Required Exams

Online course evaluation

Required Text

Safety handout from instructor and Modern Cabinetmaking and its workbook most resent printing. By Umstattd, Publisher Goodheart Wilcox, isbn# 3766,and isbn #3774 handouts, safety brochure. Required program tools as well as writing materials and tape measure. Safety equipment of your own.

Specific Course Activity Assignment or Assessment Requirements

Topical Outline: Power Tool Safety Power tool check list #21-#43 Practice cuts demonstrated on each Task sheet # 4 Cutting Board These power tools will be demonstrated to students on safety and use in the applications needed to perform the correct tasks. Planer use Jointer use Table Saw use Miter Saw use Plate Joiner use Clamps And Clamping use demonstrated Panel Saw use Wide belt sander use Belt sander use Finish sander use Router use Hand Tool uses Layout with squares for practice uses Use hand tools to build next task Create Task #5 Block plane box Hammers Nail sets Chisels Screwdrivers Pliers Planes Utility Knife Miscellaneous Power/Air Tools Task sheet #6 use of air tools Box for work bench tools/or drawer Table saw use Molding blade use on table saw Panel Router use for Dados with air clams Panel saw use Belt sander use Finish air nailing gun Finish pin nailer Finish micro nailer Finish air sander j. Air screw driver for attachment to bench Storage/Handling of specialty tools and attachments Storage Areas Use of all power tool attachments demonstrated Specialty cutters for all machinery. Chapter 21 Sawing with stationary power tools a. Workbook chapter 21 complete and turn in for grade. Chapter 22 Sawing with hand and portable power tools Workbook chapter 22 complete and turn in for grade. 15. Chapter 23 surfacing with the jointer and planer Workbook chapter 23 complete and turn in for grade. 16. Final Test a. Complete written test b. Complete performance test Online course evaluation