CABW 143 Procedures of Layout*

Students will be taught proper procedures for layout of projects. Students will be able to make drawings, produce cutting and materials lists, approximate labor time and cost, and make cost sheets. Step-by-step procedure will demonstrated by students. Corequisite: CABW 100A and 100B.

Credits

1

General Education Competency

[GE Core type]

CABW 143Procedures of Layout*

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

6

Semester Contact Hours Lab

9

Grading Method

Letter grade

Repeatable

N

III. Catalog Course Description

Students will be taught proper procedures for layout of projects. Students will be able to make drawings, produce cutting and materials lists, approximate labor time and cost, and make cost sheets. Step-by-step procedure will demonstrated by students. Corequisite: CABW 100A and 100B.

IV. Student Learning Outcomes

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

Have all Students become more Knowledgeable and skilled in the woodworking profession. Completion of worksheets, and projects assigned to them. Have every student gain more self awareness of the wood working industry and the skills that are needed to manage their time on projects. To become more qualified in this trade by practicing their knowledge and skills they have come to know, towards a direction of mastery. Learn Teamwork on group projects to learn to depend on one another for completion of work.

V. Topical Outline (Course Content)

Students will be taught the proper procedures for several layouts. Pattern making is a big part of this block. How to set up a grid and follow with scale a full scale layout of actual parts and shapes. Step by step procedure will be determined by each project. Layout of a floor plan for a set of kitchen cabinets after receiving the parameters. The tasks to be done in this class are visual and discussed as how we can manipulate wood to create shapes, and control problems. How one would go about starting a project with thought to wood types, how to best layout parts and pieces to result in best use of time and materials.

VI. Delivery Methodologies

Required Assignments

Lecture on "Proper Direction to Proceed with making a Layout" Overview of chapters 1-4 in modern Cabinetmaking on layout procedures to follow after designing is completed. Handout #1 Layout a rocking chair rocker. Handout #2 Sketch of kitchen layout assigned. Make a cut list of a specific project (varies on year)" Lecture on "Lay out a Template" Box Joint jig layout Task sheet #3 Make a template (different ones each year) Lecture on "How to figure your costs" Lecture on "How to Layout for Laminated Patterns" example curves for Table aprons etc. How to layout a Kitchen Lecture Handout #4 Layout your kitchen Demonstration/Lecture on laying out a kitchen, what is standard what is custom. How to work with the triangle theory. Draw a layout of a kitchen given parameters from instructor, explain your decisions. Lecture/Demonstration – "How to Layout a Corner Cabinet" Lecture/Demonstration – "How to Layout a Curved Cabinet" Lecture/Demonstration – "How to layout for routing a template or pattern. Lecture/Demonstration – "How to use a framing square to layout angles. Lecture/Demonstration – "How to layout for shaping" Test on making a layout Lecture/ Demonstration – "How to layout a cabinet or a piece of furniture for built-in applications." Handout #5 Layout for routing (could involve making a jig) Handout # 6 Layout for a curve jig and part. (Ex: curved counter edge, Table apron, curved bed rail. Comprehensive test. Chapter 1-4 concepts of design, Understanding and basic kitchen layouts Corridor L – Shaped U - Shaped Lab demonstrations on laminations Complete workbook assignments from text. Chapters 1-4

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

Lecture on "Proper Direction to Proceed with making a Layout" Overview of chapters 1-4 in modern Cabinetmaking on layout procedures to follow after designing is completed. Handout #1 Layout a rocking chair rocker. Handout #2 Sketch of kitchen layout assigned. Make a cut list of a specific project (varies on year)" Lecture on "Lay out a Template" Box Joint jig layout Task sheet #3 Make a template (different ones each year) Lecture on "How to figure your costs" Lecture on "How to Layout for Laminated Patterns" example curves for Table aprons etc. How to layout a Kitchen Lecture Handout #4 Layout your kitchen Demonstration/Lecture on laying out a kitchen, what is standard what is custom. How to work with the triangle theory. Draw a layout of a kitchen given parameters from instructor, explain your decisions. Lecture/Demonstration – "How to Layout a Corner Cabinet" Lecture/Demonstration – "How to Layout a Curved Cabinet" Lecture/Demonstration – "How to layout for routing a template or pattern. Lecture/Demonstration – "How to use a framing square to layout angles. Lecture/Demonstration – "How to layout for shaping" Test on making a layout Lecture/ Demonstration – "How to layout a cabinet or a piece of furniture for built-in applications." Handout #5 Layout for routing (could involve making a jig) Handout # 6 Layout for a curve jig and part. (Ex: curved counter edge, Table apron, curved bed rail. Comprehensive test. Chapter 1-4 concepts of design, Understanding and basic kitchen layouts Corridor L – Shaped U - Shaped Lab demonstrations on laminations Complete workbook assignments from text. Chapters 1-4 Online course