CABW 141 Joinery*

Students will be taught different kinds and types of joinery for windows, doors, drawers, furniture, and cabinets. Students will demonstrate an understanding of these joineries by tests and manufacturing of joints with the help of the instructor. Students will understand which joint to use for different parts of an application. Corequisite: CABW 100A and 100B.

Credits

3

General Education Competency

[GE Core type]

CABW 141Joinery*

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

3

Semester Contact Hours Lecture

18

Semester Contact Hours Lab

45

Grading Method

Letter grade

Repeatable

N

III. Catalog Course Description

Students will be taught different kinds and types of joinery for windows, doors, drawers, furniture, and cabinets. Students will demonstrate an understanding of these joineries by tests and manufacturing of joints with the help of the instructor. Students will understand which joint to use for different parts of an application. Corequisite: CABW 100A and 100B.

IV. Student Learning Outcomes

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

The Course objective is to have all students pass the written and performance tests. This will be assessed through tests whether passed or not. Performance of uses of machinery through Machinery check-off list. Outcomes will be achieved through course evaluations. On homework assignments, and video reports. Completion of all tasks assigned. Completion of group projects such as garage/shed construction. Passing of National Center of Construction quizzes. To have a firm understanding of the construction industry, and some of its techniques. This is and introductory into construction. By dealing with each student, or each building group we will have formative evaluations, by asking and answering questions on a one on one basis, and reinstructing when needed to complete each task and goal. And a final evaluation will be given on the class and the student and instructor when course is completed. Then we can assess the entire class to make changes and or improvements to this education in construction.

V. Topical Outline (Course Content)

Intense study of all kinds & types of woodworking joinery for cabinets, doors, drawers, finish carpentry, and furniture of all kinds. Students will demonstrate an understanding of these by tests and manufacturing of joints, with the help of the instructor. Students will understand which joint to use for different parts and applications. At least some 23-28 joints will be taught in this block. Students will be taught and will demonstrate the strengths and weaknesses of all joints.

VI. Delivery Methodologies

Required Assignments

Introduction of "Joinery weak or strong" Lecture Visual Discussion of constructed cabinet face frames Practice sheets on joinery Task sheet #1 Cabinet part list lower pocket screw joint Task sheet #2 Cabinet part list upper mortise and tenon joint Video joinery techniques Chapter 29 in Modern Cabinetmaking Joints 1-23 task sheets given with pages from text in modern Cabinetmaking and Joinery with Tage Frid book #1 Butt Joint #2 Through Dado #3 Rabbet Joint #4 Half Rabbet #5 End Lap #6 Lap and Tenon Miter #7 Tongue and Groove #8 Blind Mortise and Tenon #9 Box Joint #10 Lap Dovetail #11 Half Blind Multiple Dovetail #12 Dowel Joint #13 Mitered Dowel Joint #14 Splined Flat Miter #15 Pocket Screw Joint #16 Plate Joint (edge) #17 Three way lap #18 Key way joint for tables #19 Blind Dado #20 Through Dovetail #21 Multiple full Dovetail # 22 Splined 22.5 degree cabinet joint #23 Plate joint (surface) Homework assignments Practice cut lists How to layout a corner cabinet for face frame joint. Discussion and lecture on different methods of construction of joints. Practice joints Review for upcoming quiz on cabinet face frames Machinery Demonstrations throughout course Research book report on various cabinet-building techniques you found in joinery Final written exam Final projects (joints) Projects.

Required Exams

Online course

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

Introduction of "Joinery weak or strong" Lecture Visual Discussion of constructed cabinet face frames Practice sheets on joinery Task sheet #1 Cabinet part list lower pocket screw joint Task sheet #2 Cabinet part list upper mortise and tenon joint Video joinery techniques Chapter 29 in Modern Cabinetmaking Joints 1-23 task sheets given with pages from text in modern Cabinetmaking and Joinery with Tage Frid book #1 Butt Joint #2 Through Dado #3 Rabbet Joint #4 Half Rabbet #5 End Lap #6 Lap and Tenon Miter #7 Tongue and Groove #8 Blind Mortise and Tenon #9 Box Joint #10 Lap Dovetail #11 Half Blind Multiple Dovetail #12 Dowel Joint #13 Mitered Dowel Joint #14 Splined Flat Miter #15 Pocket Screw Joint #16 Plate Joint (edge) #17 Three way lap #18 Key way joint for tables #19 Blind Dado #20 Through Dovetail #21 Multiple full Dovetail # 22 Splined 22.5 degree cabinet joint #23 Plate joint (surface) Homework assignments Practice cut lists How to layout a corner cabinet for face frame joint. Discussion and lecture on different methods of construction of joints. Practice joints Review for upcoming quiz on cabinet face frames Machinery Demonstrations throughout course Research book report on various cabinet-building techniques you found in joinery Final written exam Final projects (joints) Projects. Online course