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JOINERY WORKSHOP
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WOOD OCCUPATION SKILLS
JOINERY WORKSHOP:
MACHINE TOOLS AND
PORTABLE
POWER TOOLS
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• Machine tools generally operate from 3 phase power
supplies, are fixed in position and require skilled
labour to operate them.
• In many cases, this machinery is large.
• Specialist training is required before you can use
them.
• These machines are fitted with emergency stop
buttons.
• Machines should be kept clean, maintained as per
the manufacturers instructions, only operated by
trained personnel and safety guards should
ALWAYS be used.
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Band saw - This is
used for shaping
small items in either
straight lines or
curves due to the
small blade.
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• Belt / disc sander This is used for
sanding items
ready for finishing.
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• Cross cut saw this is used for
cutting materials
widthways.
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• Dimension /
panel saw.
This is used for
cutting sheet
materials to
size.
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• CNC (Computer Numerically Controlled) machine, used
for cutting large sheet materials to dimensions controlled
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by computer.
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• Sheet materials cut
out by a CNC
machine.
• Sheet material after
going through a
CNC machine.
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• Control panel of a CNC
machine. Note the
emergency stop button
in the bottom right
corner of the control
panel.
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• CNC machine in
operation: note the
dust extraction
system fitted to the
machine.
• The red screen to the
left of the picture is a
safety guard.
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Dimension / panel saw in operation.
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Table saw.
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HAND-HELD POWER TOOLS
• For safety reasons, hand-held tools should
ideally be powered by rechargeable batteries.
• Rechargeable batteries provide low voltages,
minimising the risk of electric shock.
• Where the design of hand-held tools prevent
them from being powered by rechargeable
batteries, 110 volt tools should be chosen over
240 volt tools.
• 110 Volt cables and transformers are yellow in
colour.
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HAND-HELD POWER TOOLS
• Battery
operated
power tools,
showing the
rechargeable
battery
compartments
at the base of
the tools.
Battery compartments
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HAND-HELD POWER TOOLS
Palm sanders are
used to sand small
items of work. Palm
sanders are
lightweight, (generally
not weighing more
than 1Kg) and
operate at roughly
14000 orbits per
minute. They can be
fitted with dust bags,
and sanding paper is
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HAND-HELD POWER TOOLS
• Belt sanders are used for sanding in straight lines as well as
sanding open areas. They can be fitted with dust collection
systems to help keep work environments clean. Belt speeds are
around 350 metres per minute and a belt sander weighs
approximately 8 Kg.
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HAND-HELD POWER TOOLS
Trigger
Muzzle
• Nail guns are designed for high speed nailing, and can be
pneumatically driven. They should only be operated with the
muzzle touching the work to be nailed.
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