WORKSHOP PRACTICE-1

CONTENTS

1. Fitting Shop 2. Forging Shop 3. Carpentry Shop 4. sheet metal Work

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WORKSHOP PRACTICE-1 SUBJECT TITLE SUBJECT CODE PERIODS/WEEK PERIODS/YEAR : : : : WORKSHOP PRACTICE-1

SCORING POLICY
1. Sessional Marks
    Day – to Day evaluation Record Viva Internal exam

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40M
10M 05M 05M 20M

2. End Exam Marks

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60M

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS
FITTING SHOP 1. Marking and Chipping on Mild – Steel flat 12 mm thick. 2. Cutting with hacksaw, M.S. Flats of 6 mm thick 3. Marking, Cutting, Drilling and Tapping on an M.S.Flat 12 mm thick. 4. Assembling of two pieces, matching by filling (6 mm thick M.S. plate). FORGING SHOP 1. Conversion of Round to Square. 2. Conversion of Round to Hexagon. 3. Preparation of Chisel from Round Rod. 4. Preparation of Ring and Hook from M.S.Round. 5. Preparation of a Hexagonal Bolt and Nut. CARPENTRY SHOP 1. Cutting of wood with handsaw.

2. Planning of Wood. 3. Planning and Chiseling of Wood. 4. Orientation of Wood Grain. 5. Preparation of Dovetail Joint. 6. Mortise and Tenon joint. 7. Wood Turning on a lathe. 8. Preparation of one household article (stool). SHEET METAL WORK 1. Practice on cutting of sheet. 2. Formation of Joints like grooved joints, locked groove joint. 3. Preparation of a rectangular open type tray. 4. Preparation of hollow cylinder. 5. Preparation of pipe elbow.

6. Preparation of Mug. 7. Preparation of Funnel. 8. Preparation of utility articles such as dustpan, Kerosene Hand Pump. FOUNDRY 1. Practice on cutting of sheet. 2. Formation of Joints like grooved joints, locked groove joint. 3. Preparation of a rectangular open type tray. 4. Preparation of hollow cylinder. 5. Preparation of pipe elbow. 6. Preparation of Mug.

FITTING SHOP

Checking the raw material with vernier calipers.Flat. 2. Holding the material properly in the bench vice. 3. To be able to file the flat. Steel rule. 1. Ensure that the handle of the file is firmly fitted. ACCURACY & FINISH ± 1 mm DEVIATION : . OBJECTIVES 2. 4. Vernier Calipers. Skill in using files. To be able to mark the material. 3. Filling two adjacent edges of the flat file and checking with try square for SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS SAFETY PRECAUTIONS flatness and squareness. Marking the surfaces and applying chalk on one surface. Dot punch. Angle plate. SKETCH TOOLS & EQUIPMENT Bench vice.DATE SHOP : FITTING TITLE : MARKING & CHIPPING ON MILD STEEL : 1 Exp. Skill in fixing the flat in bench vice SKILLS TO BE DEVELOPED 2. 5. Rough flat file. Pressure is applied on the file during forward stroke and pressure is relieved during the return stroke. Scriber. File is prevented from clogging. Filling the other two edges and checking with try square. Filling the edges upto the punched lines. 1. Checking the finished flat with vernier calipers. 1. SPECIFICATION OF MATERIAL 5. 6. File is cleaned from file card. To be able to square the flat. 3. 3. try square. 4. No : Time : 1. Skill in using vernier calipers. 7. 2. Try square. 4. 50 x 50 x 12mm M.S. Surface plate.

Accuracy Finish Skill in handling Measuring tools Skill in handling Tools & Equipment Viva . What is the constructional and functional difference between single cut and double cut files? 3.Voice 10 10 TOTAL MARKS SIGNATURE 40 EVALUATION 10 10 . What is meant by scraping? How scraping is done? SELF ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS 4. How do you specify a file? 2. describe briefly? 5. How files are classified.1. State the relations between length of the file and roughness.

2. 5. File is prevented from clogging. Scriber. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1. File is cleaned from file card. Marking the job as per dimensions. 3. SKILLS TO BE DEVELOPED 2. Flat file. Steel rule. Skill in using hack saw. TOOLS & EQUIPMENT Hacksaw. 4. OBJECTIVES To be able to chisel the material to remove the extra material. Scriber. ± 1 mm DEVIATION : ACCURACY & FINISH . SKETCH 1. Ensure that the handle of the file is firmly fitted. SPECIFICATION OF MATERIAL Bench vice. Checking the raw material with for size. SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS 2.S. Odd leg caliper. 4. Filling the material to size. No : Time : To be able to use hacksaw for cutting the work piece at the given positions.. 1. Dot punch. 3. Cape Chisel. Chiseling the ends. Pressure is applied on the file during forward stroke and pressure is relieved during the return stroke.DATE SHOP: FITTING TITLE : CUTTING WITH HACKSAW : 2 Exp. 75 X 50 X 6 mm M.Flat. Cut the material as required using Hack saw. Try square. Surface plate. Skill in using chisel.

What care is to be taken for the protection of files? 2. What are various cutting tools used in Fitting? EVALUATION Accuracy Finish Skill in handling Measuring tools Skill in handling Tools & Equipment Viva . How do you specify Hacksaw Blade? What care do you take while fixing it in the frame? 5.SELF ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS 1. What is meant by pinning? How can it be avoided? 3. What do you understand by direct measurement and indirect measurement? 4.Voice 10 10 10 10 TOTAL MARKS SIGNATURE .

50 X 50 X 12 mm M. Select the suitable tap and cut internal threads on drilled hole. Steel rule. 5. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1. 4. Mark the centre of the work piece with centre punch. 2. Ensure proper feeding of tap while tapping. Dot punch. Holding the work piece on vice of drilling machine.1 may be used. Skill in using Tap sets. SPECIFICATION OF MATERIAL Finished job of experiment No.SHOP: FITTING TITLE : MARKING.S. No : Time : SKILLS TO BE DEVELOPED 1. 3. Suitable Drill Bit. Tap set. 2.Flat. Checking the raw material with for size. Cut the central hole of the work piece. 3. TOOLS & EQUIPMENT Bench vice. CUTTING. SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS 1. DRILLING & TAPPING DATE : 3 Exp. ACCURACY & FINISH ± 1 mm DEVIATION : . 2. Vernier calipers. Proper holding of the job and applying the proper tap be ensured while cutting internal threads. Ensure that the drill bit is firmly gripped in the Drill chuck while drilling. Skill in using Drilling and Cutting.

How many types of taps are available in a set? What are they? 4. Distinguish between tapping and Dieing? 2. How do you calculate tap drill size? 3. What is the difference between parallel shank and tapered shank twist drill? 5.SELF ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS 1.Voice 10 10 10 10 TOTAL MARKS SIGNATURE . How can a broken drill be removed from drill chuck? EVALUATION Accuracy Finish Skill in handling Measuring tools Skill in handling Tools & Equipment Viva .

SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS 1. 4.S. Ensure that hacksaw blade is properly fitted in the frame. Surface plate is checked for cleanliness and care is taken to prevent it from rust. No : Time To be able to match the two metal pieces with fitting operations. ACCURACY & FINISH + 1 mm DEVIATION : . Hammer. Cut the pieces to size using hacksaw. SKETCH : OBJECTIVES 1. Triangular rough file. TOOLS & EQUIPMENT Scriber. Dot punching the marked lines and cutting with hacksaw. Hack saw. Skill in sawing and filling SKILLS TO BE DEVELOPED 2. Surface plate. Surface gauge. SPECIFICATION OF MATERIAL Bench vice. Smoothing the surfaces with files and assembling the two pieces. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1. Marking the surface as per dimensions. 2. Try square. 2. Skill in using measuring tools. 50 X 50 X 6 mm M. Smooth file.Flat of two pieces. 3. Filling surface of flat for trueness. 5. Dot punch.NAME OF THE STUDENT PIN DATE : 4 SHOP: FITTING TITLE : ASSEMBLING OF TWO PIECES Exp.

What is tapping? Explain step by step tapping operation? 5. Name the marking and measuring tools used in fitting shop? 3. What are the properties of metals? 4. Name the various bench working process? 2.Voice 10 10 10 10 TOTAL MARKS SIGNATURE .SELF ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS 1. What is Dieing? Explain the operation step by step? EVALUATION Accuracy Finish Skill in handling Measuring tools Skill in handling Tools & Equipment Viva .

FORGING SHOP .

NAME OF THE STUDENT PIN DATE : 1 SHOP: FORGING TITLE : CONVERSION OF ROUND TO SQUARE Exp. Drawing the material through hammering by supporting the work piece on anvil. 3. The work piece is observed for proper heating (plastic stage). Checking the dimensions by brass rule. Proper tongs and hammers are used. Round tong. SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS 2. TOOLS & EQUIPMENT Forge. 6. Flatter. Do not expose them to heat. Squaring the material through flattering. Checking the material. SKILLS TO BE DEVELOPED 2. 6. 5. 2. Anvil. No : Time 1. Skill in Hammering and Flattering. SKETCH : OBJECTIVES 2. 3. Watch properly while hammering + 1 mm DEVIATION : ACCURACY & FINISH . Beware of your clothes. Coke. 4. SPECIFICATION OF MATERIAL 20 X 75 MS Round. Flat tong. Hand Hammer. 5. Heating the forge. 1. 3. To be able to convert the round section to square section. Checking constantly the heating condition of work piece. Skill in lighting the forge and producing heat. Hammering of the material is done in red hot condition only. Brass rule. 4. Sledge hammer. To be able to heat the material to red hot condition in plastic state. 1. Lighting the forge. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1. Use gloves and gumboots.

What are the characteristics of fuel used in forging? 4. How do you specify an anvil? 5.SELF ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS 1. 2. Distinguish between forging and smithy. What is the desirable mechanical properties that facilitate material to be effectively forged? 3.Voice 10 10 10 10 TOTAL MARKS SIGNATURE . Differentiate between open fire and stock fire. State the functions of hardie hole and punching hole of anvil. 6. What is the function of tuyers in forge? EVALUATION Accuracy Finish Skill in handling Measuring tools Skill in handling Tools & Equipment Viva .

Flatter. To be able to convert the Round section to Hexagon SKETCH : OBJECTIVES section. Hand Hammer. SPECIFICATION OF MATERIAL Ф20 X 75 MS Round. Material is protected from over heating as it may lead to melting of the material. SKILLS TO BE DEVELOPED 2. SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS 1. Converting into hexagonal cross section by rotating the work piece and hammering. 2. Heating the raw material in forge to appropriate hotness. Skill in using forging tools. 2. Use protective devices. Skill in rotating the bar by 60⁰. Care is to be taken while heating the material to plastic state. ACCURACY & FINISH + 1 mm DEVIATION : . Brass rule. 3. No : Time 1. Coke. Round tong.NAME OF THE STUDENT PIN DATE : 2 SHOP: FORGING TITLE : CONVERSION OF ROUND TO HEXAGON Exp. Checking the material. Hexagonal swages. 1. 5. 2. 4. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1. To be able to heat the material to red hot condition. TOOLS & EQUIPMENT Forge. 3. Anvil. Proper tongs and hammers are to be used. 4. Steel rule. Finishing the section by using swages. Hammering the heated bar by supporting on anvil. Sledge hammer.

2. What is meant by Red hot condition? EVALUATION Accuracy Finish Skill in handling Measuring tools Skill in handling Tools & Equipment Viva . 4.Voice 10 10 10 10 TOTAL MARKS SIGNATURE . What is the difference between drawing down and setting down operations? 3. List out the specific tongs used in forging shop and state their specific uses.SELF ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS 1. State the use of swages.

SPECIFICATION OF MATERIAL Ф20 X 75 MS Round. : OBJECTIVES 1. Heating the other end to plastic state and drawing into a thinner section and making it as the cutting edge of a chisel. eyes etc. 3. Brass rule. Coke. SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS 1. 4. Heating the raw material in forge. Anvil. 4. Sledge hammer. Skill in using forging tools. Forging the bar to hexagonal shape by repeating striking. 2. TOOLS & EQUIPMENT Forge.NAME OF THE STUDENT PIN DATE : 3 SHOP: FORGING TITLE : PREPARATION OF CHISEL FROM ROUND ROD Exp. Do not divert your attention while working. SKILLS TO BE DEVELOPED 2. 2. ACCURACY & FINISH + 1 mm DEVIATION : . Checking the raw material. Upsetting one end of the bar to form head.. Hexagonal swages. The chisel end is cooled after heating and before upsetting. Skill in obtaining cutting edge of chisel and hexagonal shank. Checking the finished product. Hand Hammer. 5. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1. 6. Protect the body. and Steel rule. Care is to be taken while heating the job firmly during upsetting. form heat. No : Time SKETCH To be able to make hexagonal chisel from round rod. Round tong. 3.

5. Distinguish between Cold chisel and Hot chisel. What is meant by Forge ability? List various forgeable metals.SELF ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS 1. 4. Define the term Fullering. EVALUATION Accuracy Finish Skill in handling Measuring tools Skill in handling Tools & Equipment Viva .Voice 10 10 10 10 TOTAL MARKS SIGNATURE .. How do you specify a sledge hammer? 3. What is meant by punching operation? 2.

Skill in using Swage block. 2.NAME OF THE STUDENT PIN DATE : 4 SHOP: FORGING TITLE : PREPARATION OF RING AND HOOK FROM M.S. swage block. Ball peen Hammer. TOOLS & EQUIPMENT Forge. OBJECTIVES SKETCH 1. Over heating should be avoided. Anvil. 3. No : Time : To be able to make ring and hook from M. Checking the raw material. Work piece is properly bent in shape in Swage block. 4. Bending the remaining length into hook shape. Tongs. Round rod. Heating the material. 4. 2. SKILLS TO BE DEVELOPED 2.S. Skill in hammering. Bending the heated material into ring shape. ROUND ROD Exp. Hammering is done with proper support to the work piece. 3. SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS 1. SPECIFICATION OF MATERIAL Ф10 X 250 mm MS Round. Sledge hammer. Ensure adequate water before working. Coke. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1. ACCURACY & FINISH + 1 mm DEVIATION : .

EVALUATION Accuracy Finish Skill in handling Measuring tools Skill in handling Tools & Equipment Viva .Voice 10 10 10 10 TOTAL MARKS SIGNATURE . State the function of Swage block. What are the characteristics of the forged product? 5.. State the use of flatters. What is meant by Forge Welding? 3. 2. Explain the different Forging operations? 4.SELF ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS 1.

After completion of the work put off the forge. SPECIFICATION OF MATERIAL 1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ACCURACY & FINISH + 1 mm DEVIATION : . Checking the raw material. Coke. 6. Hammers. To be able to make a hexagonal bolt. 1. Round tong. Tight dress and proper foot wear is to be used. 3. Keep the forge and its surroundings clean. 7. Jump up the heated end on an anvil. Drifts. Heating the other raw material. Heating one end of the bar for sufficient length to make the head. Flatter. Punching and drifting. Swage head to size. SKILLS TO BE DEVELOPED 2. Brass rule. Tongs. 4. Anvil. Ф10 X 250 mm Round. 9. 2. 2. SKETCH 1. To be able to punch and drift the material. 8.NAME OF THE STUDENT SHOP: FORGING TITLE : PREPARATION OF A HEXAGONAL BOLT & NUT PIN DATE : 5 Exp. Regulate proper air supply for heating the job forge. 1. Ф25 X 20 mm Round TOOLS & EQUIPMENT Forge. Punches. Flatter head by hammering. No : Time : 1. Tapping the punched bar to make it as nut. 4. 2. OBJECTIVES 2. Skill in using drift. SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS 5. Swage block. Dieing the other end of the bar. 3. Skill in punching.

Voice 10 10 10 TOTAL MARKS SIGNATURE 10 . What are the basic elements of the forge? 3. What do you understand by Scale loss? 4.SELF ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS 1. State the reason in opting for Brass rule in forging? EVALUATION Accuracy Finish Skill in handling Measuring tools Skill in handling Tools & Equipment Viva . What do you understand by drifting? 2.

CARPENTRY .

Cutting perpendicular to the grain using cross cut saw. No : Time : 1. To be able to use different saws accurately. SKETCH 1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1. Place all the tools in specified places after use. Cutting along the grains by using Rip saw. Marking the dimensions on job. 1. Skill in fixing the job in the vices. Jack plane. Job is clamped properly. Select suitable saw for specific operation. 5. Skill in sawing the wood in a straight line 3. Changing the position of work piece in the vice. 3. Practice sawing on wooden piece. SPECIFICATION OF MATERIAL Teak wood of 310 X 55 X 50 mm TOOLS & EQUIPMENT Steel rule.NAME OF THE STUDENT SHOP: CARPENTRY TITLE : CUTTING OF WOOD WITH HAND SAW PIN DATE : 1 Exp. 4. OBJECTIVES 2. Saw cut is made during forward stroke only with proper cutting force. 2. SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS 2. Fixing the job in the vice. 4. Hand saw. Try square. Marking gauge. Saws are used with handles fitted properly. ACCURACY & FINISH ± 1 mm DEVIATION : . 3. Bench. SKILLS TO BE DEVELOPED 2.

SELF ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS 1. What are the types of wood used in carpentry? 2. 3. Define “Seasoning” and state its importance. What do you understand by the term “Setting in saw”? 4. What are the different types of saws used in carpentry? 5. What is meant by ripping? 6. How do you specify a Hand saw? EVALUATION Accuracy Finish Skill in handling Measuring tools Skill in handling Tools & Equipment Viva .Voice 10 10 10 TOTAL MARKS SIGNATURE 10 .

Fixing the job in the vice. Practice sawing on wooden piece. SKILLS TO BE DEVELOPED 2. Changing the position of work piece in the vice. Try square. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1. Place blade of a plane to suitable thickness and projection of plane. SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS 2. OBJECTIVES 2. Select suitable Planes for specific operation.NAME OF THE STUDENT SHOP: CARPENTRY TITLE : PLANNING OF WOOD PIN DATE : 2 Exp. 2. SKETCH 1. 5. Select suitable planes for the operation on four sides of the wood piece. Job is clamped properly. Marking gauge. Saws are used with handles fitted properly. Different Planes. 3. Hand saw. Skill in sawing the wood in a straight line 3. To be able to use different planes used in carpentry. 4. 1. Skill in fixing the job in the vices. Marking the dimensions on the job by using Marking gauge. ACCURACY & FINISH ± 1 mm DEVIATION : . Planning must be straight and always checking with hand. No : Time : 1. 4. Cutting along the grains by using Rip saw. SPECIFICATION OF MATERIAL Teak wood of 310 X 55 X 50 mm TOOLS & EQUIPMENT Steel rule. 3.

Specify a blade which is used in the planes? 4.Voice 10 10 TOTAL MARKS SIGNATURE 10 10 . Specify a metal jack plane? 3. What are the common defects in timber? EVALUATION Accuracy Finish Skill in handling Measuring tools Skill in handling Tools & Equipment Viva .SELF ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS 1. Specify a carpentry plane? 2. What are the different types of planes used in carpentry? 5.

4. Usage of blunt tools is avoided. Firmer Chisel. 1. 5. Work piece is to be rigidly clamped. Tenon saw. Cutting slides of grooves by hand saw. ACCURACY & FINISH ± 1 mm DEVIATION : . Skill in accurate marking. Rasp File. Skill in planning. Hand saw. 3. 3. Try square. 2. SKETCH 1. 3. SKILLS TO BE DEVELOPED 2. Skill in using of appropriate chisels. Finishing the grooves with rasp file. Skill in preparing the jack plane for planning. Concentration is on the cutting edge of chisel but not on the handle during chiseling. 4. Chip the material by using firmer chisel by applying pressure with mallet. SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS 2. Jack plane. To be able to chisel various grooves on wooden OBJECTIVES block. Marking the dimensions on the job by using Marking gauge. Fixing the job in the vice of grooves by marking gauge/pencil . Wooden mallet. Pressure is applied on the plane only during forward stroke. Chiseling is proceeded in a direction away from the body. 5.NAME OF THE STUDENT SHOP: CARPENTRY TITLE : PLANNING NAD CHISELLING OF WOOD PIN DATE : 3 Exp. 4. To be able to plane the wood. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1. Marking gauge. 2. No : Time : 1. SPECIFICATION OF MATERIAL Teak wood of 310 X 45 X 25 mm TOOLS & EQUIPMENT Steel rule.

Distinguish between Mortise chisel and Firmer Chisel. How do you Specify a Chisel? 2. What is meant by ‘cut’ in reference to a plane? 5. 3. List various chisels used in carpentry.Voice 10 10 TOTAL MARKS SIGNATURE 10 10 .SELF ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS 1. EVALUATION Accuracy Finish Skill in handling Measuring tools Skill in handling Tools & Equipment Viva . State the function of gauges? 4.

Jack plane. 3. Skill in estimation the grain Structure. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1. Before switching on the machine. No : Time : Cutting the natural Wood to be cut across the grains OBJECTIVES and along the grains for observing the grain structure and grain growth. SKILLS TO BE DEVELOPED 2. 3.NAME OF THE STUDENT SHOP: CARPENTRY TITLE : PIN DATE ORIENTATION OF WOOD GRAINS : 4 Exp. 2. SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS 2. Gauges. 4. Skill in operating the jack plane. ensure that the job is held rigidly. Hand saw. Planning the work piece by using jack plane. Using hand saw or band saw cut the wood across the grains. 1. Skill in using appropriate tools. Cut the wood piece along the grains by using hand saw or with band saw. Do not divert your attention while working on band saw. SKETCH 1. ACCURACY & FINISH ± 1 mm DEVIATION : . Do not wear loose garments when working on band saw. SPECIFICATION OF MATERIAL Take a suitable natural wood piece from the tree of a minimum 100 mm diameter and 100 mm length. TOOLS & EQUIPMENT Steel rule. 3. Outside calipers. Beware of your hands while working and applying tools on the job.

Observe the grain structure of wood and explain different grains? 2. Write the qualities of a good timer? 5. Write any five advantages of wood over the other materials? EVALUATION Accuracy Finish Skill in handling Measuring tools Skill in handling Tools & Equipment Viva .SELF ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS 1. What is the difference between across the grains and along the grains with suitable figure? 3.Voice 10 10 TOTAL MARKS SIGNATURE 10 10 . What is the difference between hard wood and soft wood? 4.

Try Square. 5. Fold rule. Planning the wooden pieces on all sides. OBJECTIVES SKETCH 1. 2. Skill in marking right dovetail and groove. Cutting the dovetail groove on second piece. Metal jack plane. No : Time : To be able to prepare dovetail joint. 6. Skill in preparing a firm carpentry joint SPECIFICATION OF MATERIAL 2 pieces of 155 X 55 X 30 mm wood. TOOLS & EQUIPMENT Bench vice. Marking Gauge. 1. 3. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ACCURACY & FINISH ± 1 mm DEVIATION : . Trimming the dovetail groove on Second piece. SKILLS TO BE DEVELOPED 2. 3. 1. Care should be taken in preparing accurate dovetails. 4. SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS 2. Assembling the two pieces and preparing dovetail halving joint by using mallet. Ensure proper ‘cut’ to be used while planning. Marking at an angles of 75⁰ with bevel square. Skill in using tools. Finishing the groove.NAME OF THE STUDENT SHOP: CARPENTRY TITLE : PIN DATE DOVETAIL JOINT : 5 Exp. Appropriate tools are selected and used. 3. Rasp file. Mallet. Beveled edged firmer chisel.

Suggest a Carpentry joint to be used in making photo frames .Voice 10 10 TOTAL MARKS SIGNATURE 10 10 . What is meant by Rebating? 4. What are the specific characteristics of a dovetail halving joint? 3. How are the uses of dovetail joints? 2. 5.SELF ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS 1. EVALUATION Accuracy Finish Skill in handling Measuring tools Skill in handling Tools & Equipment Viva . How do you specify a “Bench vice”.

OBJECTIVES SKETCH 1. Try Square. provide recess in the second piece to accommodate Tenon. SKILLS TO BE DEVELOPED 2. 3. Mark the dimension to make Mortise on the second piece with mortise gauge. Skill in cutting the tenon using Tenon Saw. SPECIFICATION OF MATERIAL Teak wood of two pieces of 155 X 55 X 30 mm. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ACCURACY & FINISH ± 1 mm DEVIATION : . No : Time : To be able to prepare Mortise and Tenon joint. While cutting. Mallets. Tenon saw. 5. 3. the work piece is to be held firmly and properly. 2. Skill in using various chisels. Provide Sufficient illumination and Ventilation in the work shop while doing the job. 4. Plane the given two pieces to the required size by using jack plane. Mallet. Right Mallet is only to be used in Chiseling. Cutting Tenon with Tenon saw along the marked lines. Mortise Chisel. TOOLS & EQUIPMENT 1. SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS 2.NAME OF THE STUDENT SHOP: CARPENTRY TITLE : PIN DATE MORTISE & TENON JOINT : 6 Exp. Marking the dimensions to make Tenon using Mortise gauge. 6. 1. Planes. Firmer chisel. Using Firmer chisel to remove the excess material to set finished Tenon. Mortise gauge. 7. Gauges etc. Assembling the two pieces by fitting the Tenon into Mortise. Using Mortise chisel.

What are the practical use of Mortise and Tenon joint? 2. What are the wood working processes? EVALUATION Accuracy Finish Skill in handling Measuring tools Skill in handling Tools & Equipment Viva .SELF ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS 1. When Spoke Shave used? 5.Voice 10 10 TOTAL MARKS SIGNATURE 10 10 . What is the user of pincer? 4. What is the tool used for planning a convex surface? 3.

3. 3. Skill in operating wood working lathe. SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS 2. Do not divert your attention while working on lathe. 3. Fixing tool in the tool post & positioning it to appropriate height.NAME OF THE STUDENT SHOP: CARPENTRY TITLE : PIN DATE WOOD TURNING ON LATHE : 7 Exp. SPECIFICATION OF MATERIAL 50 X 50 mm square section of 350 mm length teak wood. Outside calipers. TOOLS & EQUIPMENT 1. DEVIATION : SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ACCURACY & FINISH ± 1 mm . Use safety goggles while working. 1. Using parting off tool reduce the diameter on either ends of the work piece. 5. 9. No : Time : To be able to prepare a Wooden Rolling stock with OBJECTIVES handle for rolling Chapathi in Kitchen. Marking the centers of jobs on either side. Firmer chisel. Steel rule. Beware of your hands while working and applying tools on the job. Using outside calipers check the diameter of work piece. 2. 7. Wood Working Lathe. SKILLS TO BE DEVELOPED 2. while working on lathe. Feeding the bevel gauge against the rotating work piece to get the required size and shape. Planning the four corners of the work piece by using Jack plane. Starting the lathe to make the work piece to revolve at desired speed. 4. gauges. Don’t wear loose garments. 5. ensure that the job is held rigidly. Skill in using appropriate tools. Before starting the machine. 4. Jack plane. Mounting the job between head stock & Tail stock centers. 6. Removing the rolling work piece between centers and cut off the excess material on either sides. Skill in estimation of material required. SKETCH 1. 8.

using wood working lathes? 2. What are the components that can be made.SELF ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS 1. State the principle of operation of wood working lathe? 4.Voice 10 10 TOTAL MARKS SIGNATURE 10 10 . What is rebating? How is done? EVALUATION Accuracy Finish Skill in handling Measuring tools Skill in handling Tools & Equipment Viva . Name the parts of Wood turning lathe? 3.

3. 5. 6. Steel rule. 4 Nos. Select the plank of wood of correct size. 7. Mallet. SKETCH 1. Select the material for legs of correct size. SKILLS TO BE DEVELOPED 2. ensure that the job is held rigidly. Beware of your hands while working and applying tools on the job. TOOLS & EQUIPMENT 1. 2. Marking and planning the selected material. Jack plane. Do not divert your attention while working on lathe. Select the surface chisels and cut the grooves. 1.NAME OF THE STUDENT SHOP: CARPENTRY TITLE : PIN DATE HOUSEHOLD ARTICLE (STOOL) : 8 Exp. SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS 2. Mortise chisel. Don’t wear loose garments when working on lathe. Skill in using appropriate tools. of 410 X 50 X 50 mm for legs and Nos. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ACCURACY & FINISH ± 1 mm DEVIATION : . Skill in estimation of material required. Fixing the job with suitable joining process. Fixing the legs and plank. Use safety goggles while working. Marking of Mortise and tenon joint. 4. SPECIFICATION OF MATERIAL 300 X 300 X 25 mm one plank. Marking gauge. Before starting the machine. 5. of 300 X 50 X 25 mm for supporters. No : Time : To be able to prepare a house hold article like OBJECTIVES wooden stool. Firmer chisel. 3. 4.

SELF ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS 1. Name any three wood working machines? 2. What are the various types of paints? 4. Name the different joints in carpentry shop? 3.Voice 10 10 TOTAL MARKS SIGNATURE 10 10 . State the properties of good paints ? EVALUATION Accuracy Finish Skill in handling Measuring tools Skill in handling Tools & Equipment Viva .

SHEET METAL .

3. 3. 24 SWG GI sheet 200 X 100 mm. Remove sharp projections to avoid injuries. 5. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1. Divider. Always hold the snip in one hand and the nearest metal in the other hand. 3. Using straight snips to cut the straight edges. Straight snip. To be able to cut various shapes from the sheet. During cutting the metal curl on the left hand side of the snip and curls down on the right hand side of the snips. Wooden mallet. Stake. To be able to use different type of snips. Curved snip. Drawing the circular shapes by using divider. TOOLS & EQUIPMENT 1. Do the rough cutting for the curved shapes by using chisel and curved snips for finishing process. Scriber. Marking the dimensions on the sheet by using scriber (or) pencil & Steel rule. Skill on using the different snips to accuracy. 4.NAME OF THE STUDENT PIN SHOP: SHEET METAL TITLE : CUTTING PRACTICE DATE : 1 Exp. SKETCH 1. Always cut along the left hand edge of the sheet of permit the scrap to curl away. OBJECTIVES 2. SPECIFICATION OF MATERIAL Steel rule. Cutting the required sheet from the stock by using snips. 2. No : Time : 1. Skill in cutting the sheet properly from the stock. SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS 2. Skill in using Scriber. Chisel. SKILLS TO BE DEVELOPED 2. ACCURACY & FINISH ± 1 mm DEVIATION : . 4.

SELF ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS 1. What do you understand by circumferential rule why it is to be used in sheet metal shop? EVALUATION Accuracy Finish Skill in handling Measuring tools Skill in handling Tools & Equipment Viva – Voice 10 10 TOTAL MARKS SIGNATURE 10 10 . What are the various types of metals used in sheet metal shop? 3. What is meant by Galvanizing? How is it done? 4. Distinguish between sheet and plate? 2.

) 100 X 80 mm (1 No. Skill in using Mallet to form the metal properly. Bending the edges of the sheets by applying moderate pressure using mallet. sheet 100 X 75 mm (2 Nos. SKETCH 1. To be able to cut various shapes from the sheet. No : Time : 1. Inter lock the bent edges and apply pressure with mallet to make required joints.) TOOLS & EQUIPMENT Steel rule. 2. Straight snips. Remove sharp projections on the sheet immediately on notching. ACCURACY & FINISH ± 1 mm DEVIATION : . Mallet. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1.I. Pencil. To be able to use different type of snips. SKILLS TO BE DEVELOPED 2. Drawing lines a different of 5 mm parallel to the edges of the two sheets using Scriber/Pencil. Stakes. SPECIFICATION OF MATERIAL 24 SWG G. 1. Scriber. 3. Forming the flange on the sheet. Skill in bending the sheets properly along the marked line.NAME OF THE STUDENT PIN SHOP: SHEET METAL TITLE : GROOVED JOINT AND LOCKED GROOVED JOINT DATE : 2 Exp. Divider. OBJECTIVES 2. SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS 2. by folding the sheet along the scribed lines using mallet & appropriate stakes. To avoid injuries do not hold the sheets with bare hands. 4.

What are the various joints used in sheet metal? 3. Are the joints made in Tin Smithy leak proof? EVALUATION Accuracy Finish Skill in handling Measuring tools Skill in handling Tools & Equipment Viva – Voice 10 10 TOTAL MARKS SIGNATURE 10 10 . What do you understand by reinforcement in Tin Smithy and how is it to be done? 6. What is meant by hem? 5. What is the desirable mechanical property of the sheet? 2.SELF ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS 1. What do you understand by seaming? 4.

6. Skill in drawing the Development of the object. 3. Care is to be taken in avoiding wastage of sheet metal. Shearing the required piece from the parent stock by using straight snips. 1.NAME OF THE STUDENT PIN SHOP: SHEET METAL TITLE : PREPARATION OF RECTANGULAR OPEN TYPE TRAY DATE : 3 Exp. Scriber. SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS 2. 2. By placing the pattern on the sheet. Stakes. Proper pressure is to be applied with mallet. 4. Seaming the corners of the tray by inserting the laps of the adjacent sides with single hem. for marking bends for forming. 3. SKILLS TO BE DEVELOPED 2. No : Time : SKETCH OBJECTIVES To be able to prepare a rectangular open tray 1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ACCURACY & FINISH ± 1 mm DEVIATION : . marking the dimensions by using scriber. 7. sheet 200 X 150 mm SPECIFICATION OF MATERIAL TOOLS & EQUIPMENT Steel rule. 1. Safe edges are made by properly bending the sheet. Marking the lines on the sheet. Drawing the development of the object to be made.I. Mallet. Skill in using the tools to obtain desired shape. 5. Straight snips. Forming the sheet in to desired shape by using stakes. G. Strengthening the sides of sheet by making single hem using Hatchet stake.

Draw the layout of tray? 2. State the use of Rivet set? EVALUATION Accuracy Finish Skill in handling Measuring tools Skill in handling Tools & Equipment Viva – Voice 10 10 TOTAL MARKS SIGNATURE 10 10 .SELF ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS 1. What are the various sheet metal operations commonly employed? 3. Distinguish between blanking and piercing? 4.

NAME OF THE STUDENT SHOP: SHEET METAL TITLE : PIN DATE PREPARATION OF HOLLOW CYLINDER : 4 Exp. Skill in using Mallet to form the sheet to desired SKILLS TO BE DEVELOPED shape. 24 SWG G.I. 6. SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS 2. Scriber. 4. 2. Care should be exercised when forming the sheet metal using mallets & stakes. Mallet. ACCURACY & FINISH ± 1 mm DEVIATION : . No : Time : To be able to prepare a Hollow Cylinder OBJECTIVES SKETCH 1. Stakes. Cutting the required sheet from the stock along the marked lines using a straight snip. 2. Always wear shoes to protect feet from sharp objects in the shop. Skill in Bending the sheet exactly along the marked line. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1. To strengthen the edges. 3. Prepare a single hem on to longitudinal sides in opposite directions Inter lock the sides and apply pressure using Mallet to make a strong joint. 5. Skill in forming a single hem. Drawing the development (pattern) of the cylinder. Straight snips. Marking the dimension of sheet to be cut by placing the pattern on the sheet using scriber using a straight snip. 3. make the single hem on top & bottom side using Hatchet stake. sheet 200 X 112 mm SPECIFICATION OF MATERIAL TOOLS & EQUIPMENT Steel rule. 3. Do not keep tools on the edges of the work table. Forming the flat sheet into cylindrical shape by cylindrical stake and applying pressure by using mallet. 1.

State the use of wire gauge? EVALUATION Accuracy Finish Skill in handling Measuring tools Skill in handling Tools & Equipment Viva – Voice 10 10 TOTAL MARKS SIGNATURE 10 10 . Draw the layout of cylinder to prepare the given job? 2. How do you specify a sheet? 4. What is the function of stakes in Tin Smithy list of various stakes? 3.SELF ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS 1.

Seam the sides by using Mallet. Skill in cutting the beveled end. Care should be taken in cutting the raw material without wastage. Cutting the lines on the sheet by placing the pattern on it. No : Time : To be able to prepare a Pipe Elbow. 5. 1. 3. Folding the edges of the Joining sides. Care is to be taken in joining the two pieces to form elbow without excess gaps. Mallet. Soldering iron.NAME OF THE STUDENT SHOP: SHEET METAL TITLE : PIN DATE PREPARATION OF PIPE ELBOW : 5 Exp. The operation consists of Making two similar cylindrical pipes truncated at angle of 45˚ on the side of SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS each pipe seamed at beveled ends. Curved Snip. 2. 2. 4. Stakes. OBJECTIVES SKETCH 1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ACCURACY & FINISH ± 1 mm DEVIATION : . Drawing the development of a cylinder pipe truncated at an angle of 45˚ on one side. (b) REPEATING THE SIMILAR OPERATIONS FOR MAKING SECOND PIPE FOR MAKING ELBOW: 1. 2. Scribing the lines on the sheet by placing the pattern on it. Solder the joint to make leak proof. Forming the sheet into cylindrical shape by using stakes.I. Soldering the two pipes. 7. (a) Preparation of one pipe : 1. Straight snips. Hem the straight side of the sheet and flange the curved side of the sheet. SKILLS TO BE DEVELOPED 2. Scriber. Butt the treated portions of the cylindrical pipes at rectangles. 3. Skill in making the seams. sheet 212 X 200 mm TOOLS & EQUIPMENT Steel rule. 6. SPECIFICATION OF MATERIAL 24 SWG G.

Explain piercing and blanking? 4.SELF ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS 1. State the function of pipe elbow? 3. Why is flux used in soldering? EVALUATION Accuracy Finish Skill in handling Measuring tools Skill in handling Tools & Equipment Viva – Voice 10 10 TOTAL MARKS SIGNATURE 10 10 . Draw the layout of pipe elbow? 2.

Cutting the lines on the sheet by placing the pattern on it. 7. SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS 1. Curved Snip. SPECIFICATION OF MATERIAL 24 SWG G. Care is to be taken in joining the two pieces to form elbow without excess gaps. Seam the sides by mallet. (2πr) 2. 2.I. Stakes. sheet 212 X 200 mm TOOLS & EQUIPMENT Steel rule. OBJECTIVES SKETCH 1. 4. Scriber. SKILLS TO BE DEVELOPED 2. Mallet. No : Time : To be able to preparation of mug. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1. Drawing the development of a mug as per the specification. 5. 6. Care should be taken in cutting the raw material without wastage. ACCURACY & FINISH ± 1 mm DEVIATION : . Forming the sheet into cylindrical shape by using stakes. Straight snip. Skill in cutting the beveled end. Soldering is done if necessary to become a leak proof joint. Scribing the lines on the sheet by placing the pattern on it. Skill in making the seams. 3.NAME OF THE STUDENT PIN SHOP: SHEET METAL TITLE : PREPARATION OF MUG DATE : 6 Exp. Joining the sides to become a permanent joint. Soldering iron.

What is difference between Brazing and Soldering? 3. What do you mean by development of surface? 4. Explain Brazing? 2. Name the few sheet metal joints? EVALUATION Accuracy Finish Skill in handling Measuring tools Skill in handling Tools & Equipment Viva – Voice 10 10 TOTAL MARKS SIGNATURE 10 10 .SELF ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS 1.

Mallet. Slow and uniform pressure is given to sheet while bending on stakes. 7.. 3. Ensure that the Snips are properly used with appropriate cut. (c) Assembling : 1. 5. SKILLS TO BE DEVELOPED 2. Folding the edges of the joining side. 5.NAME OF THE STUDENT SHOP: SHEET METAL TITLE : PIN DATE PREPARATION OF A FUNNEL : 7 Exp. 6. Skill in marking dimensions on the sheet. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ACCURACY & FINISH ± 1 mm DEVIATION : . Scriber. sheet 300 X 100 mm 80 X 65 mm SKETCH TOOLS & EQUIPMENT Steel rule. Skill in using the appropriate stakes for forming the sheet. Marking the dimensions on the part by using the scriber & dividers. Hem the upper side of the sheet. No : Time : To be able to prepare a funnel.I. OBJECTIVES 1. Flanging the upper side of the sheet. Seaming the Top conical part & bottom conical part to obtain the required funnel. 1. Flanging out he bottom of the part. cutting sheet of required size. SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS (a) Preparing Upper Conical part : 1. Straight snips. Hem the bottom side of the sheet. Drawing the development of upper conical part. Forming the sheet into conical shape. Seaming the sides. Folding the edges of the joining sides. (b) Preparing the Bottom Conical Part : 1. Placing he patterns on the sheet. 4. Drawing the development of bottom conical part. SPECIFICATION OF MATERIAL 24 SWG G. Placing the patterns on the sheet & cutting to required size. 3. Forming the sheet into conical shape by using appropriate stakes and mallet. 6. 2. 2. 2. 4. Stakes. 7.

What are stakes? Name the different types? 4.SELF ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS 1. Draw the layout of Funnel? 2. What is meant by Dovetail Seam? 3. What are the applications of a Brazing? 5. What is the purpose of flux used with the solder? EVALUATION Accuracy Finish Skill in handling Measuring tools Skill in handling Tools & Equipment Viva – Voice 10 10 TOTAL MARKS SIGNATURE 10 10 .

2. Forming the sheet into designed shape by using suitable stakes & Mallet. 1. Skill in using Snips. Skill in making hems. SKILLS TO BE DEVELOPED 2. 2. Scribing the lines on the sheet by placing the Development on the sheet. 1. Soldering the corner lap joints to make the required Dust Pan. Blunt snips be avoided. 3. Scriber. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1. Hem all the four sides to strengthen the edges. Edges are properly folded and checked for safety. Mallet. 4.NAME OF THE STUDENT PIN SHOP: SHEET METAL TITLE : PREPARATION OF A DUST PAN DATE : 8 Exp. Skill in applying Mallet to set good finish SPECIFICATION OF MATERIAL 24 SWG G. Straight snips. Stakes. SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS 3.I. Drawing the development of the given Dust Pan. ACCURACY & FINISH ± 1 mm DEVIATION : . No : Time SKETCH : OBJECTIVES To be able to prepare Dust Pan. sheet : 180 X 160 mm TOOLS & EQUIPMENT Steel rule. 5.

I sheet? 4. State the use of riveting. Draw the development layout of Dust pan? 2.SELF ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS 1. Explain with stages? 3. What is the purpose of zinc coating on a G. EVALUATION Accuracy Finish Skill in handling Measuring tools Skill in handling Tools & Equipment Viva – Voice 10 10 TOTAL MARKS SIGNATURE 10 10 . Sketch curved snip and label the parts.

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