CABW 163 Drawers*

Students will learn drawer styles, types, and what material to use. Students will be shown how to measure for drawer parts and how to learn drawer design, function, and construction. Students will be taught how to demonstrate their abilities by tests, drawer design, and construction of a drawer. Students are taught all drawer guide systems and uses. Prerequisite: CABW 100A and 100B

Credits

3

General Education Competency

[GE Core type]

CABW 163Drawers*

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

20

Semester Contact Hours Lab

65

Grading Method

Letter grade

Repeatable

N

III. Catalog Course Description

Students will learn drawer styles, types, and what material to use. Students will be shown how to measure for drawer parts and how to learn drawer design, function, and construction. Students will be taught how to demonstrate their abilities by tests, drawer design, and construction of a drawer. Students are taught all drawer guide systems and uses. Prerequisite: 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. 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)

Students will learn drawer styles, types, and what materials to use. They will be shown how to measure for drawer parts and learn drawer design, function, and construction. Students will be taught how to machine, assemble, and install to cabinets and furniture. Students will demonstrate their abilities by tests, drawer designs, and construction and installation of various kinds and types of drawers. All types of drawer guide systems will be taught and shown. Measurements of drawers, joinery sizes to complete a correct machined parts list will be taught. (Course focus) To understand what is involved in measuring, machining and assembling of drawers. Installation and adjusting of drawers and drawer hardware.

VI. Delivery Methodologies

Required Assignments

Introduction of Drawers Lecture Demonstration of Drawer joinery Task #1 How to make a basic cut list for Butt/Rabbet joint (demo) Task #1a Butt/Rabbet joint Lecture-"Drawer Glides?" Chapter 44 Drawers. Overview Chapter 44 TYK Chapter 44 Workbook Demonstration on Locking joint Task #2 Lock Joint Lecture demo- "5 piece drawer as opposed to a 6 piece drawer". Through Dovetail Joint using Tage Frid text, and Modern Cabinetmaking text for reference. (Demonstration) Task #3 Single Dovetail Joint Task #3a Single Dovetail Jig Demonstration and instruction on using multiple dovetail jigs. Task #4 Multiple Dovetail joint drawer Lecture on "Accessories to drawers, such as spice dividers, silverware etc. Lecture on European Drawer construction and assembly. Task # 5 European assembled drawer with screws and or fasteners. Read Chapter 8 in Jim Tolpin’s text Making Traditional Kitchen cabinets. Discussion of Chapter 8 Traditional text. Demonstration of Box joint from text books as well as lab. Task #6a Box Joint jig Task #6b Box joint Task #6c Drawer completed with box joint Lecture how to install my drawer Project- produce drawer with joint described by instructor for kitchen project. Lip, Flush, Overlay discussion of faces Task # 7 Finish and install drawer and drawer front Lecture – Hardware Knobs pulls etc. Task # 8 produce a turned knob Compare different construction methods using other resources (report) Math sheets for cut lists of drawers Completed drawers (at least three) Final test Field trip to look at drawer applications at shops if time permits. Videos Homework assignments

Required Exams

Online evaluation

Required Text

Modern Cabinetmaking and its workbook most resent printing. By Umstattd, Publisher Goodheart Wilcox, handouts, safety brochures. Building Traditional Kitchen Cabinets by James Tolpin. Joinery with Tage Frid As Well as chapters from finish books from different sources provided by instructor. Library resource books and the internet. Required program tools as well as writing materials and tape measure. Safety equipment of your own. (Mask gloves, protective clothing or throw-away clothing.

Specific Course Activity Assignment or Assessment Requirements

Introduction of Drawers Lecture Demonstration of Drawer joinery Task #1 How to make a basic cut list for Butt/Rabbet joint (demo) Task #1a Butt/Rabbet joint Lecture-"Drawer Glides?" Chapter 44 Drawers. Overview Chapter 44 TYK Chapter 44 Workbook Demonstration on Locking joint Task #2 Lock Joint Lecture demo- "5 piece drawer as opposed to a 6 piece drawer". Through Dovetail Joint using Tage Frid text, and Modern Cabinetmaking text for reference. (Demonstration) Task #3 Single Dovetail Joint Task #3a Single Dovetail Jig Demonstration and instruction on using multiple dovetail jigs. Task #4 Multiple Dovetail joint drawer Lecture on "Accessories to drawers, such as spice dividers, silverware etc. Lecture on European Drawer construction and assembly. Task # 5 European assembled drawer with screws and or fasteners. Read Chapter 8 in Jim Tolpin’s text Making Traditional Kitchen cabinets. Discussion of Chapter 8 Traditional text. Demonstration of Box joint from text books as well as lab. Task #6a Box Joint jig Task #6b Box joint Task #6c Drawer completed with box joint Lecture how to install my drawer Project- produce drawer with joint described by instructor for kitchen project. Lip, Flush, Overlay discussion of faces Task # 7 Finish and install drawer and drawer front Lecture – Hardware Knobs pulls etc. Task # 8 produce a turned knob Compare different construction methods using other resources (report) Math sheets for cut lists of drawers Completed drawers (at least three) Final test Field trip to look at drawer applications at shops if time permits. Videos Homework assignments Online evaluation