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  1. 1. ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY FORM 4 TOOLS
  2. 2. At the end of the lesson, student should be able: • Explain the definition of Hacksaw. • Recognized each part of Hacksaw. • State functions of Hacksaw. • Determine the appropriate way using a Hacksaw.
  3. 3. BASED ON THE VIDEO GIVEN, WHY THIS PROBLEMS OCCURRED? • You have the blade in wrong. • You are not using sharp blade • The number of teeth is to low for the project. • You are putting too much pressure on the saw. • You don’t clamp the work. “Practice Make Perfect”
  4. 4. IDENTIFY EACH TOOLS
  5. 5. Refer on:- •Engineering Drawing Form 4 Text Book Used to cut a work piece into desire sizes. •Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org •Kamus Dewan Edisi Empat http://prpm/dbp.gov.my
  6. 6.  To cut metal  Plastic  Wood  Metal Tubing  Aluminum  Copper  Brass  Electrical Tubing (conduit)  Plastic water pipe
  7. 7. Hacksaw Part
  8. 8. Hacksaw Part Which the most commonly used handles?
  9. 9. Hacksaw Part
  10. 10. Hacksaw Part
  11. 11. How to properly & safety use a hacksaw
  12. 12. How to properly & safety use a hacksaw • General Hand Protection When Using a Hacksaw • General Eye Protection When Using a Hacksaw • Holding the hacksaw Correctly • Safety With Materials • Cutting Effectively and Safely • Safe Storage and Care of Hacksaws
  13. 13. Hacksaw Safety Tips • Choose the correct blade for the material being cut. • Secure the blade with the teeth pointing forward. • Keep the blade rigid and the frame properly aligned. • Cut using strong, steady strokes directed away from you. • Use the entire length of the blade in each cutting stroke. • Keep saw blades clean, and use light machine oil on the blade to keep it from overheating and breaking. • Cut harder materials more slowly than soft materials. • Clamp thin, flat pieces that require edge cutting. • If you’re cutting pipe, always secure it in a vise before cutting.
  14. 14. Step 1. Determine which blade you will use to cut the material. Step 2. Insert the blade so that the teeth are pointing forward. Step 3. Tighten the thumbscrew until u can’t turn it with your hand (Hand tight)
  15. 15. Hacksawing Method • You should work in the vice so that as many teeth as possible are in contact with the surface. • You should orientate the work so that you are cutting vertically toward the floor.
  16. 16. Soft Steel

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