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Carpentry Wood Shop Vocab

Subjects : industries, carpentry
Instructions:
  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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1. Opening in board made by the cutting of a saw blade; also referred to as saw kerf.






2. Joint that comes together in only one way and the fingers are triangular shaped






3. Soft light-colored nondurable wood of the poplar - state tree!






4. A fixed bar for support






5. Two surfaces of wood lay flat face to face to be connected






6. The volume of a board 1 inch thick - 12 inches wide - and 12 inches long.






7. A cut or groove along or near the edge of a piece of wood that allows another piece to fit into it to form a joint.






8. Blade that has teeth then a space that when cutting results in a wider kerf.






9. When the teeth of a blade are thicker than the actual blade so that the wood doesnt get caught up in the cutting process






10. Between table legs closer to the bottom used for extra strength and stability






11. Hole larger than the screw






12. Straight flat blade used in carving






13. Made by dissolving a secretion of the lag-bug in denatured alcohol. It produces a beautiful finish that is not water - alcohol - or heat resistant.






14. The joint of a project - or where the wood comes together and is connected






15. Where joints meet each other






16. Drill bit used in basic wood work






17. Straight flat blade used in carving






18. To remove material in a more general way and giving form to the wood






19. When the wood begins to turn and warp during the drying process






20. A sheet of material made by bonding two or more sheets or layers - split (wood) into thin sheets with the grains going all the same way






21. 90 degree angle






22. Layers of wood veneer laid in different directions - glued together under pressure.






23. To remove material in a more detailed sense of working






24. Where joints meet each other






25. Used to remove very fine layer of wood






26. Finished edge of wood where pieces are usually joined






27. Stretcher under the top of the table between the legs






28. Box structure without a lid






29. A fixed bar for support






30. Two surfaces of wood lay flat face to face to be connected






31. A crack that is formed in the wood during the seasoning process.






32. Joint that comes together in only one way and the fingers are triangular shaped






33. Used to remove very fine layer of wood






34. Japanese saw that works with the backward motion of cutting with the saw






35. Opening in board made by the cutting of a saw blade; also referred to as saw kerf.






36. Soft light-colored nondurable wood of the poplar - state tree!






37. A coarse file with sharp pointed projections






38. A device (used by carpenters) that holds things firmly together






39. When the wood bends across the grain






40. When the wood bends across the grain






41. A device (used by carpenters) that holds things firmly together






42. A coarse file with sharp pointed projections






43. Pattern of the wood grain






44. The volume of a board 1 inch thick - 12 inches wide - and 12 inches long.






45. Japanese saw that works with the backward motion of cutting with the saw






46. When you create a device to guide your wood in a certain way on a saw or tool






47. Hole larger than the screw






48. A decorative strip used for ornamentation or finishing






49. When cutting across the grain of the wood






50. To remove material in a more general way and giving form to the wood