Metal Shear Rubric

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Jewelry Studio Bench Sheer
=== Questions for Student  ===
=== Questions for Student  ===
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{{Cb}} Where can you verify what thickness is appropriate to cut? (capacity chart on machine)
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{{Cb}} What types of metal can be cut on the Jewelry studio's shear?
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{{Cb}} What thickness is appropriate to cut?  
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{{Cb}} What width is appropriate to cut?
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{{Cb}} Where should you position your metal for performance?
{{Cb}} Why is mesh not allowed on this tool? (interrupted cut and areas of work-hardening damage the blades)
{{Cb}} Why is mesh not allowed on this tool? (interrupted cut and areas of work-hardening damage the blades)
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=== Demonstration of Operation ===
=== Demonstration of Operation ===
{{Cb}} Cut a piece of sheet metal
{{Cb}} Cut a piece of sheet metal
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{{Cb}} Cut a piece of wire with sheer (Jewelry studio shear)
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{{Cb}} Cut a piece of wire with sheer  
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:☐ hands must be kept away from moving parts
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{{Cb}} Cut a piece of sheet longer than the length of the blades
[[Category:Jewelry Rubrics]]
[[Category:Jewelry Rubrics]]

Revision as of 17:17, 17 April 2017

⌊ Student Name
⌊ Instructor Name
Pass ☐
Fail ☐
⌊ Date of Metal Shears test  (m / d / y)
⌊ Instructor Signature

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Jewelry Studio Bench Sheer

Questions for Student


☐ What types of metal can be cut on the Jewelry studio's shear?
☐ What thickness is appropriate to cut?
☐ What width is appropriate to cut?
☐ Where should you position your metal for performance?
☐ Why is mesh not allowed on this tool? (interrupted cut and areas of work-hardening damage the blades)


Demonstration of Operation


☐ Cut a piece of sheet metal
☐ Cut a piece of wire with sheer
☐ Cut a piece of sheet longer than the length of the blades

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