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Wood Products, Calculation of Timber Doors and Window MCQ

Practice Test: Question Set - 03


1. What is the name of hammer?
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    (A) Ball peen hammer
    (B) Cross peen hammer
    (C) Claw hammer
    (D) Straight peen hammer

2. What is the use of table scraf joint?
    (A) Increasing length
    (B) Increasing width
    (C) Increasing thickness
    (D) Increasing volume

3. What is the size of opening for designation 8DS20 in door in mm?
    (A) 800 × 2000
    (B) 800 × 2005
    (C) 800 × 2010
    (D) 800 × 2015

4. What is the method marked as ‘X’ in application of polishing?
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    (A) First coat
    (B) Second coat
    (C) Finishing
    (D) Filling the grains

5. What is the use of lengthening joints?
    (A) Tool handle
    (B) Packing cases
    (C) Railways sleeper
    (D) Building work

6. What is the name of seasoning?
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    (A) Air seasoning
    (B) Kiln seasoning
    (C) Water seasoning
    (D) Steam seasoning

7. What is the gap to be maintained between grinding wheel and work rest in pedestal grinding machine?
    (A) 2 to 3 mm
    (B) 4 to 5 mm
    (C) 6 to 7 mm
    (D) 8 to 9 mm

8. What is the name of vice?
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    (A) Saw vice
    (B) Bench vice
    (C) Hand vice
    (D) Quick release vice

9. Which type of grain on wood is suitable for furniture?
    (A) Straight grain
    (B) Cross grain
    (C) Interlock grain
    (D) Waye grain

10. What is the application of sand paper?
    (A) Sharpening of wood chisel
    (B) Removed the rusting
    (C) Prevent them rusting
    (D) Last smoothing the surface

11. What is the name of part marked as “x” in a trammel?
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    (A) Point
    (B) Holder
    (C) Wooden batten
    (D) Knurled screw

12. What is the name of part marked as ‘X’?
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    (A) Head
    (B) Top ledged
    (C) Brace
    (D) Middle ledge

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