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RC 205 - Cabinet Making and Millwork

Credits: 5
Studies the construction, placement, and installation procedures of cabinets used in residential buildings.

Prerequisite(s): RC 104  
Corequisite(s): None
Lecture Hours: 45 Lab Hours: 60
Meets MTA Requirement: None
Pass/NoCredit: Yes

Outcomes and Objectives
  1. Demonstrate the safe use of both hand and power carpentry tools.
    1. Demonstrate the safe use and setup of a table saw.
    2. Demonstrate the safe use and setup of a planer.
    3. Demonstrate the safe use and setup of a radial arm saw.
    4. Demonstrate the safe use and setup of a miter saw.
    5. Demonstrate the safe use and setup of a shaper.
    6. Demonstrate the safe use and setup of a router.
  2. Apply terminology associated with cabinet construction industry.
    1. Design and develop a cabinetry project identifying all joints and components using proper terminology.
  3. Paln and build a laminate build up.
    1. Develop a laminate project from design phase to completion.
  4. Plan and build a piece of furniture encompassing production techniques.
    1. Student will design and estimate production type cabinetry:
      1. Create a set of working drawings.
      2. Produce a cut list.
      3. Produce a production list.
      4. Complete a cost estimate.
      5. Build the order.
      6. Finish the order.



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