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5 Matching questions

  1. bold cutters
  2. pipe wrench
  3. hand stapler
  4. combination square
  5. speed square
  1. a very useful for measuring and marking angles from 0 to 90 degrees. also useful for marking rafters and roofing angles. also convenient for use as a guide for cutting squarely with a circular saw
  2. b long handles and hardened jaws allow this tool to cut bolts and rod steel including padlocks
  3. c used for driving staples into wood and other semi-soft surfaces. good for fastening material to sets and muslin to flat frames
  4. d jaw adjusts like the c-wrench but it has toothed jaws for gripping pipes and other fittings
  5. e can be used to make right angles, forty five degree angles, plumb posts etc. can also measure depths and mark continuous distances along and straight edge

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the very thin blade is held in tension by the metal frame which keeps it from bending. very good for find detail and decorative curved cuts
  2. c shaped metal frame with a threaded rod. useful for clamping metal or rough lumber
  3. metal blade with a handle on each end. used for shaving wood and general shaping. blade is pulled toward you and the blade whittles and shapes the wood
  4. large teeth and very narrow long blade. useful for rough cutting inside large surfaces, most often used for cutting holes in sheetrock
  5. long pointed jaws of these pliers are useful for grasping small objects in confined spaces

5 True/False questions

  1. try squarea small scale used for marking right angle and checking the ends of boards for square

          

  2. malletcan be made from leather, wood or rubber. useful for striking surfaces without damage to them, such as when driving wood joints together. also useful for driving bolts out of platforms as it will not damage the threads

          

  3. hack sawusually has finer teeth and is often used in a miter box for cutting angles. the thin blade is reinforced with a ridge of thicker metal along the back of the saw. it cannot cut deeper than the ridge

          

  4. bullet levelalcohol filled vials show when the tool is level and also plumb. available in several sizes usually two and four feet lengths

          

  5. wood planeused for smoothing wood surfaces and trimming the edges of boards and doors