Presentation on theme: "Tray Tools, Materials & Processes. The Pillar Drill can be used to drill wood, metal, and plastic. As a general rule the larger the hole you are trying."— Presentation transcript:
The Pillar Drill can be used to drill wood, metal, and plastic. As a general rule the larger the hole you are trying to drill the slower the drill should rotate. When using this (or any other machine) it is important to read the safety notice on the wall to make sure you understand how to use the machine safely. When using the Pillar Drill you must Wear Goggles Tie any long hair back Tuck in any loose clothing The Pillar Drill
On / Off Switch Drill Chuck Chuck Guard Chuck Key Machine Vice Depth Stop
Cordless Drill Keyless Chuck On / Off switch Forward / Reverse Switch Battery Pack The Cordless Drill can be fitted with a drill bit (1mm to 10mm) for drilling small holes, a Countersink bit for countersinking holes or a Screwdriver bit for driving in screws. Screwdriver Bit Adjustable Clutch
Drill Bits 1)Twist Drills (Used for drilling wood, metal and plastic) 2) Reduced Shank Twist Drill (As above but reduced shank allows larger drill bits to be fitted in a chuck) 3) Dowel bit (Used to drill clean holes in wood for dowel joints) 4) Spade Bit (Used for drilling large holes in wood) 5) Masonry Bit (Used to drill holes in concrete) 6) Forstner Bit (Used to drill clean flat bottomed holes in wood. Available in a wide range of sizes 6 – 50mm)
Wood Screws Woodscrews are available in a wide range of shapes, sizes and materials. While mild steel wood screws are suitable for interior work brass or stainless steel are more suitable for exterior work
Countersink Bit How to screw two pieces of wood together 1) Drill a pilot hole 2) Counterbore the top piece 3) Countersink the top piece 4) Drive in a screw Hand Drill Pozi Drive Screwdrivers
Nails & Fixings 1)Panel Pins 2)Round Wire Nail 3)Oval Brad 4)Lost Head Nail 5)Corrugated Fastener 6)Nail Plate 7)Cut Tacks 8)Upholstery Nail 9)Gimp Pins Corrugated Fastener Nail Plate
Sash Cramp The Sash cramp is used to clamp work together while the glue dries. Remember to Dry Cramp your work to make sure the joints fit and the project is square before you apply glue Make sure you put a piece of scrap wood between the workpiece and the sash cramp to prevent the cramp marking your work.
Man Made Board Plywood 1)Plywood is supplied in large sheets (generally 2440mm x 1220mm) and available in wide range of thicknesses. 2)Plywood is less inclined to distort ( Solid wood can twist or warp) 3)Plywood can be faced with an expensive veneer to give the impression of solid wood 4)Plywood costs less than solid timber The main advantages plywood has over solid timber are as follows.
Polyurethane Varnish is a suitable finish for both interior and exterior woodwork. The correct procedure for applying Polyurethane varnish is detailed o the left. Polyurethane Varnish