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5 Matching questions

  1. wood chisel
  2. slotted screw driver
  3. sledge hammer
  4. coping saw
  5. rip hammer
  1. a 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. b flat blade tool with a bevel on one side and a handle on the other end. useful for cutting and paring wood. can be used by hand or tapped with a mallet or hammer
  3. c large heavy headed hammer used for heavy duty striking, driving stakes etc. also used for demolition
  4. d used for driving nails. straight claws are good for prying boards apart. not for striking metal other than nails
  5. e flat tip fits the slot on the top of a screw. least efficient type of screw driver

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. wood jaws clamp flat surfaces without marring
  2. a large square used for laying out large constructions. one end is 24 inches and the other is 16 inches long. can be used for marking right angle, and is very useful for laying out stair units
  3. 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
  4. small size spirit level, useful because it is easy to carry in a tool pouch, but not as accurate as a longer level
  5. screw adjustment allows it to fit many sizes of fasteners but does not grip as securely as non adjustable wrenches

5 True/False questions

  1. trammel pointsattach to scrap strips of lumber. used to scribe circles and arcs larger than a compass will draw

          

  2. wood raspresembles a large file but has very coarse large teeth. useful for shaping wood

          

  3. 100' open reel tape measureuseful for long measurements, such as taping out ground plans on a stage

          

  4. 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

          

  5. open end wrenchclosed toothed head fits completely over nut and provides the most secure grip