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Woodworking Portfolio

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Jonason Yang

on 3 October 2013

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By Jonason Yang Specific Purpose Container
Portfolio Research 1.Available timber is solid pine or maple - 140 mm wide by 19 mm thick, and 140 mm wide by 12 mm thick. 3 mm and 6 mm MDF board is also available.
2.Optimum use must be made of the timber you are given, to keep wastage to a minimum.
3.The design must incorporate rebate joints for the corner construction.
* A standard size will be used in order to cut the rebate joint using a router, the size and shape of your box can then be changed.
4.Final design, including Materials Cutting List, is to be completed by Week 10.
5.Both the written folio report and your Specific-Purpose Container are to be ready for assessment by the Due Date. Criteria / Constraints Maple is a fantastic wood for furniture makers since Colonial times, maple is known for its strength and beauty. Two types of maple -- hard and soft -- offer endless possibilities for many commercial and residential projects, including new cabinets, doors and flooring. Ideas Final Design 1. Cut out a a length of timber 140mm wide into two long pieces and short pieces (dimensions found on materials cutting list) Note: Remember to leave waste space for tasks such as sanding.
2. Sand the side of the four pieces of timber to create perfect right angles.
3. Route the shorter sides of the long timber pieces.
4. Measure and mark the locations of where the nails are going to enter the wood (15mm from one side, 10mm and 25mm from another)
5. Construction Procedure Materials Cutting List In my home, there are many miscellaneous objects such as playing cards that are frequently misplaced and sometimes lost because there are no convenient storage areas for them. Design Situation Design Brief To construct a wooden container with a lid, such that it complies with the set constraints and is aesthetically appealing and incorporates a catchy design on the lid. The rebate joint is a joint which has one of the ends of the timber with a groove cut out of it to create a much better holding strength.
If more strength is still required you can also add nails, screws and dowel to the joint.
This joint is relatively easy to construct and its appearance is also quite appealing making it a good joint for carpentry or cabinet making. Rebate Joint Research - Maple Timber Finishes Research - Pine Pine is a softwood which is naturally found in many regions of the northern hemisphere. There are more than 100 species of pine trees in the world.

Pine wood is very easy to work with and is very soft. This allows it to be easily carved and ideal for furniture. Pine also takes stains very well which makes it even more ideal. Timber Wax contains four natural ingredients, emu oil, bees wax, eucalyptus and natural turpentine. Timber wax is suitable as a finish because it:
•Waterproofs the wood
•Doesn't have greasy residue to come off on your clothing
•Is not sticky or tacky and doesn’t attract dust
•Can be used on any timber surface
•Can be used on raw or polished, or French polished timber
•Protects from moisture rings and won't harm varnish
•Is ideal for wood turning and polishing
•Highlights the natural colour and grain in timber
This makes waxing ideal for garden and household furniture, timber panelling and marine surfaces as it restores, waterproofs and protects the timber. Waxing There are many different finishes for timber include waxing, staining, lacquering, oiling and varnish. Lacquering Oiling Oiling Varnish Boxes Lacquering Oiling just copy and paste mine how is it going? I will check with miss flood about the measurements
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