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Common Types of Nails Fasteners Unit
Objectives 1.Define what a fastener is in the classroom with 100% accuracy. 2.Determine applicable uses for fasteners in the classroom with 100% accuracy. 3.Compare different types of nails used in wood fastening in the classroom with 100% accuracy. 4.Identify different types of nails used in wood fastening on a quiz with 45% accuracy. 4 questions 5.Match different functions of nails used in wood fastening on a quiz with 67% accuracy. 6 questions
Intro Take three tooth picks I hand you, and try to make them stick together and lift them up without them falling apart. Why did they not stick together? Now take the marshmallow, and pinch apart three pieces. What made the toothpicks stick together?
Reasons to Learn Why use fasteners? Why know different fasteners? Why know the parts of nails? Why know the different sizes of nails?
Questions to Answer What is a fastener? Why use fasteners? What is a nail? What are the different parts of nails? What are the different sizes of nails? What are the different kinds of nails? What are their functions?
Fasteners A fastener is a device used to hold two or more pieces of material together. In ag, fasteners are most commonly used to make materials hold buildings, equipment, and fences together.
Type of Fasteners Nails Screws Bolts Glue Hinges The broad other category
Parts of a Nail Head Shank Length
Galvanized Nails Un-galvanized Nail Zinc Dipped Nail Zinc Coated Nail
Lengths Referred to as penny. Symbol is D. Where did the name come from? Range from 2D to 60D.
Staple Nail Used for fence construction, or holding any wires in place.
Hinge Nail Used to fasten hinges on doors and cabinets. Typically have a rounded head.
Plaster Board Nail Also called a drywall nail Used to hang drywall on studs in buildings Enlarged nail head helps drywall from pulling off.
Roofing Nail Used for nailing rolled roofing and shingles Commonly found with plastic ring under head and referred to as a button cap Nail used for metal roofing has a rubber ring under it
Cut Nail Used for tongue and groove flooring When hardened is used in masonry Farriers also use these when attaching horseshoes
Finishing Nail Used in trim, cabinets, and furniture in the house Used when countersinking is needed.
Common Nail Used for general construction where box nails are too small Used in framing, shiplap, and board fencing.
Box Nail Used for light construction such as wood siding and nailing into end grain. The common nails little brother
Duplex Nail Used for making concrete forms Two heads so nail can easily be pulled and re- used
Twisted Shank Nail Commonly galvanized Used on flooring or decking where wood will shrink and twist The twisted shank helps hold wood in place
Hammering It Home When asked, identify the nail I point out on and its use. PAY ATTENTION, THE FOLLOWING WILL BE ON THE QUIZ