The goal of this lesson is to complete the tool tray project. Students will learn how to perform soundness tests to evaluate the quality of welds on their tool tray project. They will make repairs as needed, apply a finishing process and evaluate their own and their classmates tool tray projects in a summarizing Gallery Walk activity.
Students will interpret drawings/prints to Identify components and information to plan for the next phase of the Fixed Pedestal and Dice Project.
Students will gather materials, measure, layout per specifications and produce fabricated parts in preparation for the next phase of the Fixed Pedestal and Dice Project.
The goal of this lesson is to for students to learn basic multiview drafting and apply those concepts to the tool tray project design. Students will learn drafting basics, then draw out the tool tray BASE and HANDLE on paper. Once drafting is complete, students will transfer paper templates created, to sheet metal to build tool tray. Although, this…
The goal of this lesson is for students to calculate, layout and shear materials needed for the tool tray project. Students will plan layout and draw the tool tray base and handle on large 48" x 120" sheet metal. Once layout is complete, students will shear to size material needed to build the tool tray.
The goal of this lesson is to for students to learn sheet metal working equipment and apply those concepts to the tool tray project fabrication steps. Students will learn to use aviation (tin) snips, Beverly shear, metal brakes, hammer, stamp set, resistance welder and files. Once fabrication is complete, students will review challenges they faced …