CABW 160 Door Construction*

An in-depth study and application of construction of the types and kinds of doors. Students will learn door designing and styling. They will learn the different kinds of hinges and installation procedures. Door construction and joinery will be demonstrated in test and sample projects. This will touch on house door construction also.

Credits

3

General Education Competency

[GE Core type]

CABW 160Door Construction*

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

15

Semester Contact Hours Lab

42

Grading Method

Letter grade

Repeatable

N

III. Catalog Course Description

An in-depth study and application of construction of the types and kinds of doors. Students will learn door designing and styling. They will learn the different kinds of hinges and installation procedures. Door construction and joinery will be demonstrated in test and sample projects. This will touch on house door construction also.

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. Have all students complete all door task sheets. Performance of use of machinery and hand tools to an outcome whether good or not so good will be the outcome. If a student does not complete a task with at least an 80% they will make a new one. Objective is to learn quality of door making, sanding, and assembly of. In this block we assess each given project on a one on one basis with each task completed. Performance in this block is important for quality of woodworking cabinetry; we all see the doors, nothing to hide. Evaluation sheets of the class will be given at the end of the class on the class, instructor, and the student. Then we can assess the class and see if and what kind of changes need to be made.

V. Topical Outline (Course Content)

In depth study and application of layout and design and construction of various types and kinds of cabinet doors. Students will learn door design and styling. They will also learn how to make cut lists of all kinds of doors. The course also includes installation of different kinds of hinges and hardware. Students will be instructed how to machine all parts of doors and assembly of. They will be instructed on preparation for finishing, such as pre-sanding etc. Students will build up to 10 different kinds of doors, in various woods, and various edge treatments.

VI. Delivery Methodologies

Required Assignments

Introduction of Cabinet Door Construction How to make a cut list Lip- Flush – Overlay Machining Layout Cut list Assembly .01 Introduction lecture Door Construction for cabinets .02 Discussion of chapter 41 Doors (modern cabinetmaking) ,03 Introduction to three types (lip, flush, and overlay) .04 Lecture: "Kinds of doors" .05 Lecture/demonstrations on- "How to measure, machine, and make a cutting list for the three types and kinds of doors". .06 Task work sheet on cutting list practice of Lip doors Flush doors overlay doors .07 Task sheet #1 Solid slab door .08 Lecture "European vs. Standard Doors" .09 Task sheet #2 Square Frame Flat Panel Door. .10 Demonstration lecture on constructing a cope joint using a shaper. .11 Demonstration lecture on constructing a cope joint using a router. .12 Demonstration lecture on constructing a slight arch rail for door. .13 Task sheet #3 Slight arch Frame and Flat Panel Door. .14 Demonstrations on how to make a raised panel Door on a table saw. .15 Task sheet #4 Square raised panel door on Table saw. .16 Demonstrations on how to make a raised panel door on a shaper. .17 Practice cut lists for Raised panel doors for a kitchen. #3p .18 Quiz on doors covered so far in coarse (15 questions) .19 Chapter 41 workbook due open text .20 Tolpin book on doors lecture/discussion. .21 Task sheet#5 Square Raised Panel Door .22 Demonstration lecture on how to make cathedral arch patterns .23 Make a cathedral arch pattern to fit your next door. #4p .24 Lecture/demonstrations and handouts on "How to use Routers to make cope joints for doors. .25 Demonstrate how to layout and make a cut list for a routed Square Frame and Panel Door. .26 Task sheet #6 Routed Frame and Panel Doors .27 Demonstration/Lecture on How to Make a Cathedral Arch Door .28 Make Cathedral Arch pattern #5p .29 Task sheet #7 Cathedral Arch Door .30 Video on doors .31 Research Report on Doors (due last week of class) .32 Demonstrations on Hand made tools Door .33 Task sheet #8 Hand made Raised panel door. .34 Demonstration/Lecture on Glass Door and Grill insert .35 Task sheet # 9 Make a grill .36 Demonstration/lecture on European Door (Formica) .37 Task sheet #10 European Slab Formica Door .38 Final .39 Installation of all hardware for doors demonstrated .40 Installation of hinges and knobs, pulls on needed projects.

Required Exams

Online evaluations

Required Text

There are three textbooks and one workbook required in this course, and students must obtain them prior to the beginning of the class. ? Modern Cabinetmaking, revised Edition, by William D. Umstattd ISBN 3766. ? Modern Cabinetmaking, revised Edition, workbook, sib # 3774 ? Tage Frid Teaches Woodworking by Tage Frid ? Making Kitchen Cabinets by Jim Tolpin

Specific Course Activity Assignment or Assessment Requirements

Introduction of Cabinet Door Construction How to make a cut list Lip- Flush – Overlay Machining Layout Cut list Assembly .01 Introduction lecture Door Construction for cabinets .02 Discussion of chapter 41 Doors (modern cabinetmaking) ,03 Introduction to three types (lip, flush, and overlay) .04 Lecture: "Kinds of doors" .05 Lecture/demonstrations on- "How to measure, machine, and make a cutting list for the three types and kinds of doors". .06 Task work sheet on cutting list practice of Lip doors Flush doors overlay doors .07 Task sheet #1 Solid slab door .08 Lecture "European vs. Standard Doors" .09 Task sheet #2 Square Frame Flat Panel Door. .10 Demonstration lecture on constructing a cope joint using a shaper. .11 Demonstration lecture on constructing a cope joint using a router. .12 Demonstration lecture on constructing a slight arch rail for door. .13 Task sheet #3 Slight arch Frame and Flat Panel Door. .14 Demonstrations on how to make a raised panel Door on a table saw. .15 Task sheet #4 Square raised panel door on Table saw. .16 Demonstrations on how to make a raised panel door on a shaper. .17 Practice cut lists for Raised panel doors for a kitchen. #3p .18 Quiz on doors covered so far in coarse (15 questions) .19 Chapter 41 workbook due open text .20 Tolpin book on doors lecture/discussion. .21 Task sheet#5 Square Raised Panel Door .22 Demonstration lecture on how to make cathedral arch patterns .23 Make a cathedral arch pattern to fit your next door. #4p .24 Lecture/demonstrations and handouts on "How to use Routers to make cope joints for doors. .25 Demonstrate how to layout and make a cut list for a routed Square Frame and Panel Door. .26 Task sheet #6 Routed Frame and Panel Doors .27 Demonstration/Lecture on How to Make a Cathedral Arch Door .28 Make Cathedral Arch pattern #5p .29 Task sheet #7 Cathedral Arch Door .30 Video on doors .31 Research Report on Doors (due last week of class) .32 Demonstrations on Hand made tools Door .33 Task sheet #8 Hand made Raised panel door. .34 Demonstration/Lecture on Glass Door and Grill insert .35 Task sheet # 9 Make a grill .36 Demonstration/lecture on European Door (Formica) .37 Task sheet #10 European Slab Formica Door .38 Final .39 Installation of all hardware for doors demonstrated .40 Installation of hinges and knobs, pulls on needed projects. Online evaluations