Cutting a plane surface practice assessment

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Cutting a plane surface practice assessment

  1. 1. StonemasonryCutting a Plane SurfaceUsing Traditional Tools and Techniques
  2. 2. Cutting a Plane Surface Using numbers 1 to 8 , put the following processes into the order you would follow to produce a flat surface Using drafts, finish centre section using inch chisel ________ Check stone for twist using boning blocks ________ Rough out centre section to 5mm—7mm using mel-point ________ Polish surface to leave a clean, neat finish ________ Reduce centre section to 2mm-3mm using teeth tool ________ Mark cutting lines on with square and scriber ________ Set corners in using mel-point, teeth tool and chisel ________ Join corners using marginal drafts ________ Identify each of the tools shown below: _____________________ _____________________ _________________ Describe the difference between a chisel which is designed to be struck by a mallet and a chisel designed to be struck by a masons hammer _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________
  3. 3. Cutting a Plane SurfaceWhich of the images below shows the correct method of stacking dressed stoneworkon a pallet. Comment on why one method is better/safer than the other.____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Describe why it is best practice to build ashlar work on its natural bed and use a dia-gram to show a stone sitting on its natural bed.____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  4. 4. Cutting a Plane Surface Identify the bedding plane of each of the stones below and suggest where each bedding plane is likely to be used when building. _____________________ _____________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ Sketch a stone measuring 300mm x 300mm x 150mm and indicate the position of the top bed, bottom bed, face, and joints.

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