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    • DT  Process  Journal                   Jan  21th  2011      -­‐  Trimming  the  photoframe    Today,  as  same  as  every  workshop,  I  put  on  the  apron  to  keep  my  body  clean  from  dust  and  wore  hard   shoes   to   protect   my   feet   from   sharp   tools.   I   then   started   to   trim   both   of   the   outside   and   the  inside  of  the  photoframe.  At  first,  I  used  a  flat  head  file  to  trim  the  inner  part  of  the  photoframe  (See  figure  1).  As  I  cut  it  using  a  coping  saw,  the  surface  was  very  rough.  I  should  remove  those  sharp   edges   then   began   working   with   a   pedestal   drill   because   this   was   more   effective   in  trimming.   Next,   I   used   a   disk   sander   to   trim   the   outside   of   the   phoroframe.   I   should   above   the  dangerous   zone   where   X   was   marked   (See   figure   2).   It   was   difficult   to   trim   because   the  photoframe  was  curved.    Figure  1:  The  inside  of  the  photoframe  had  bumpy  surface  as  I  used  a  coping  saw  to  cut.  In  the  photograph,  I  was  trimming  there  with  a  flat  head  file.      Figure  2:  The  outside  of  the  photoframe  was  rough  as  I  cut  it  with  a  coping  saw.  In  the  image,  I  was  trimming  there  with  a  disk  sander.    
    •    -­‐  Cutting  the  photoframe    Secondly,  after  four  holes  were  drilled  on  the  wood,  I  stick  the  wood  to  the  bench  vice  at  the  right  angle   that   I   could   easily   cut   the   curved   part   using   a   coping   saw.   I   then   started   to   cut   the   inner  section  with  a  coping  saw  (See  figure  2).  The  coping  saw  was  often  used  to  cut  the  curved  part.  I  first  pushed  the  coping  saw  with  my  shoulder  and  took  the  blade  out.  I  put  the  blade  into  one  hole  and  cut.  Because  the  coping  saw  was  very  hard  to  control,  there  were  too  many  bumpy  spaces  on  the  wood.  Next  class,  I  had  to  file  and  make  the  surface  smooth.    Figure   3:   I   put   the   blade   of   the   coping   saw   into   the   holes.   In   the   photograph,   I   was   cutting   the  inner  part  of  the  photoframe  with  a  coping  saw.        -­‐  Learner  Profile  Today   I   was   principled   during   the   workshop.   As   I   had   completed   making   one   photoframe,   I   knew  what   I   should   do   to   create   another   photoframe.   I   didn’t   waste   my   time   to   wait   the   teacher’s   help,  and  therefore,  I  could  complete  the  work  faster.  In  addition,  I  was  a  communicator.  I  was  able  to  ask   for   teacher’s   help   when   I   had   a   difficulty   with   taking   the   blade   out   and   putting   it   inside   of   the  holes.    -­‐  Emotion  I  was  satisfied  with  today’s  process.  As  I  described  above,  I  knew  what  process  I  required  to  follow.  As   a   result,   I   had   done   most   of   the   process   of   creating   another   photoframe.   Next   class,   I   could  complete  creating  all  three  photoframes.  This  made  me  move  on  to  making  the  backboard  and  therefore,  I  thought  that  today’s  work  was  successful.