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    Carpentry Research Paper

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    Carpentry- "The activity or occupation of making or repairing things in wood." A carpenter regularly uses trigonometry on an everyday basis to assist with the job. Making precise cuts (On wood, braces, etc) can make or break a person in this profession. Math plays a very heavy role in carpentry, specifically the branch of trigonometry. (Carpentry). There is a variety of skills needed for carpentry. One needs to especially be skilled in math, particularly trigonometry. A carpenter on site, needs to determine how big to make a cut, or how to solve a problem they may have. They need to be able to add, subtract, multiply, divide a multitude of whole numbers, as well as fractions and decimals. Carpenters also need to know how to come up with a percentage of specific numbers. The most specific math formula needed for carpentry is the Pythagorean Theorem. The Pythagorean Theorem formula is A^2 + B^2= C^2. Everyday carpenters use the Pythagorean Theorem when determining the sides of triangles, squares, and cylinders. Every carpenter uses trigonometry, as it is required each and every day when drawling up designs, making cuts, and putting together products. (XP Math) (How to use Trigonometry in Carpentry). Other skills needed for carpentry are: Time management, critical thinking, active listening, active learning, judgment and decision making, installation, management of resources and quality control analysis. A carpenter needs to make sure they are making the most of every minute…

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    Sawmill Memo

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    MEMO TO: Robert Walton, CEO FROM: James Babson, Organization Health and Safety Officer DATE: 16 September, 2016 SUBJECT: Summary of Work Safe BC’s report on Babine Sawmill explosion Executive Summary The explosion at the Babine Forest Products sawmill in Burns Lake on 20 January 2012 was caused by the ignition of wood dust accumulated between the belt and sheaves of the 8R-25 conveyer. Due to confinement by the guard and large presence of wood dust in the air, the fire changed into a…

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    Butt Joint Case Study

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    1. For each timber joint listed provide a pencil drawing and an explanation of where it could be used. Butt Joint- The butt joint one of the most basic and simple joints to construct as it is made with only two pieces of timber that are put together at the ends. This means that the joint isn't very strong. In fact it is the weakest joint in woodwork but it is the easiest to make. This joint is held together with glue, nails and screws but can also be secured with a combination of methods to…

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    Woodworking Essay

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    and then get a genuinely very good woodworking project plan that is geared toward newbies. So you have got the wood predicament all figured out, and you know what tools you will require to do the job. Mistakes will be produced initially, but it is via these blunders that woodworking is often ideal discovered. There are numerous books and magazines available today which cover all aspects of woodworking. These projects can initially contain fundamental woodworking joints making use of dimensioned…

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    Woodworking Speeches

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    I want to start off by saying that you are my spirit animal. You may get told that every day, but there is a chance that I am the first and that would be a great honour. Not only is that an honour, but it is an honour to get to talk to you. You are a wildly inspirational man that expresses how I truly think. I am on my school’s robotics team and even though we use mostly metal, I still value to role that woodworking has in America. Most of my team may see wood as being less efficient, but I…

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    use the measurements, angles, and dimensions to create the product, when doing this step always be sure to apply the blueprints, without the blueprints the product will not come out as the consumer and the producer would like it, and this will come in result as an unsatisfied customer and angered producer to a loss of money from already producing the product. Carpentry in our life today is quite modernized and has produced itself and has become a piece of almost every person’s everyday life.…

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    Served as a platoon's sole combat medic, providing full-time medical care to approximately sixty soldiers. While a line medic, I was in charge of preventative medicine, addressing acute medical care, and field care when needed while on combat missions. Also, I was in charge of keeping medical equipment in good working order, resupplying soldiers with expired equipment or medications, and maintaining over two million dollars worth of medical supplies signed to me. One area of interest in which I…

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    The research I did for both my artworks not only brought me closer to the spiritual side that wood offers, but taught me a lot about the creation of realism. Through researching different artists, I learned the different techniques they use in order to create their master pieces in a realistic manner. Due to wood burning being a nearly forgotten medium, it was difficult to find artists but I managed to find some artists who have made some incredible works. Eric Battaglia represent, in his art…

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    Are you looking to add character to a room in your home? If so, consider installing crown molding. Architectural Wood, Honolulu’s premier lumber and plywood distributor, says crown molding is a great option for homeowners looking to enhance the appearance of any space in their home without breaking the bank. It’s also fairly simple and quick to install. So what exactly is crown molding? Architectural Wood’s experts explain: What Is Crown Molding? Crown molding is a decorative trim that can be…

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    looking for small wood projects? Woodworking is a fun activity to have as a hobby. You can make usable or display items out of one or several pieces of wood. But the skill to make really magnificent designs or effective usable items is not inborn. It requires practice and that you learn from experience. Don't let this stop you though. With the following tips, you can find the right woodworking ideas which come with professional advice so you can make beautiful designs which you can be proud of. …

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