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EXAMPLE SEQUENCE DRAWING

V. Ryan 2004

 

Below is a sample sequence drawing. Some of the stages of manufacture have been included. If a really detailed sequence drawing is needed, more stages can be added. For examination coursework, only a small number of the most important stages are required. However, remember to include 'quality control' as this should be applied to all manufactured products.

 

 

1. The materials are marked out using a range of tools including rulers, try squares and marking gauges

 

 

 

2. The materials are cut to size using fret- saws and hand saws. All measurements are checked before cutting

 

 

 

 

3. A machine drill is used to drill all the location holes. The material is carefully clamped so this can be done safely.

 

     

4. All joints are cut using tools such as chisels. Safety is considered and so all materials are held securely to the bench.

 

     

5. Glue is applied to the joints and the materials are clamped together using sash clamps. These are held in position for twenty four hours

 

     

6. The materials are cleaned up using glass paper and sanding machines and finished with varnish. Accessories are added and quality control carried out.

 

     

 

     

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