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(401) Before you erect a structure, obtain the required information needed from the working drawings.
(401) To determine the size, the number, and the location of structural members constituting the building framework, you review the framing plan.
(401) What do you reference to see construction assemblies and installations on a large-scale drawing that were not clearly shown in other drawings? Details.
(401) To specify construction for the military services, which specification (only published in electronic format) do you use? Uniformed Facilities Guide Specifications.
(402) To determine the total width and length of a building, refer to the outer dimension lines on a floor plan.
(402) To determine window locations, refer to the centerline measurements on the floor plans.
(402) When reading a slab foundation plan, how can you determine if there are any interior footings below the slab? They are shown as hidden lines.
(403) When sketching working drawings, which view would you use to show an object as if you are standing directly over it and looking down on it? Plan.
(403) When sketching working drawings, you may write an angle dimension outside of the angle when the angle is extremely acute.
(404) To determine if wood is defected with advanced stages of decay, inspect it to see if it is soft, spongy and easily crumbles.
(404) When select grade lumber contains a few minor blemishes and is recommended for clear coatings, how is it graded? Grade B.
(404) How is a common lumber grade identified that contains serious defects, such as knotholes, checks, shakes, and decay? Number 4.
(404) For us to identify lumber as timber, it must be 5 inches thick or more.
(405) What engineered lumber product is made from stacked laminated plies with the grain running parallel to provide strength to carry heavy loads? Laminated veneer lumber.
(405) Which plywood panels can be used when continual exposure to the elements is required? Exterior only.
(406) Which sheet metal screw(s) have a sharp point that resembles a wood screw and are recommended for joining and fastening light gauges of sheet metal? Type A only.
(406) Which type of anchor uses a spring-action, wing-head nut that folds back as it is pushed through a hole in a hollow wall? Toggle bolt.
(406) When manufacturing or repairing parts and components such as stainless steel trays, pans, hoods, and serving equipment in dining facilities, which rivet do you use? Monel.
(407) When carbon steel contains 0.30 to 0.45 percent carbon, we identify it as medium-carbon steel.
(407) When manufacturers use carbon steels for dies, cutting tools, mill tools, chisels or knives, what type do they need? High-carbon or very high-carbon steel.
(407) When ordering aluminum sheets, what unit of measurement do you use to identify the sheet thickness? Decimals.
(408) How are engineered performance standards handbooks broken down? Into numerous chapters that represent the different divisions of craft tasks.
(408) What area in the engineered performance standards must you reference to obtain a detailed description of the specific amount of work contained in the task time standard? EPS Task Time Standards – Descriptions and Unit Hours.
(408) Which area in the engineered performance standards must you reference to acquire a step-by-step list of the task time standards by reference number? Task Time Standards Development Backup.
(409) In which situation must you process an AF Form 103, Base Civil Engineering Work Clearance Request? Digging a 6-inch-deep hole.
(409) Which individual may use Block 18 on the AF Form 103, Base Civil Engineering Work Clearance, to describe specific precautionary measures to take before or during work accomplishment request? Clearance reviewer.
(409) Which situation requires you to have an AF Form 592, USAF Welding, Cutting, and Brazing Permit? If welding equipment or welding away from your shop’s approved welding area.
(410) What is the added total of: 3 ⅞, 28 ¼, 4 ½ and 1 ⅜ inches? 38 inches.
(410) What amount is left when you subtract 36 ⅝ inches from 71 ¼ inches? 34 ⅝ inches.
(410) How many total inches are there when you multiply 4 ½ by 22 ¾ inches? 102 ⅜ inches.
(410) When you divide 104 ¾ inches by 4 ¼, what is the divided size? 24 11/17 inches.
(411) What is the decimal equivalent of ⅝? .625.
(411) When adding numbers containing decimals, you must always keep the decimal points aligned vertically.
(411) When multiplying decimal numbers, how do you determine the decimal location in the product? Add the decimal places in the multiplier and multiplicand.
(412) Which metric system term is a unit of weight measurement? Gram.
(412) Which unit of measure is equal to ten meters? Decameter.
(413) How many feet and inches are in 112 inches? 9 feet 4 inches.
(413) How many total inches are in 15 feet 7 inches? 187 inches.
(413) What is the fraction of an inch equivalent of 0.67 inch (to the nearest 1/16 inch)? 11/16 inch.
(413) How many inches are there in 9.875 feet? 118 ½ inches.
(414) If you add ten to one side of an equation, what must you do to balance the other side of the equation? Add ten to it.
(414) Two lines that intersect to form a 90° angle are said to be perpendicular.
(414) The sum of the included angles of a triangle is always 180°.
(414) The formula for finding the circumference of a circle is C = πd
(415) How many blocks per course are there in a 92-foot-long wall? 69 blocks
(415) How many 4-foot by 10-foot sheets of gypsum board do you need to cover the walls andceiling of a room that measures 10 by 16 feet with an 8-foot ceiling; there is one door thatmeasures 3 by 7 feet? 15 sheets.
(415) How many 2- by 2-foot ceiling tile do you order for a room that measures 23 feet 3 inches by 31 feet 9 inches? 192 tiles
(415) Estimate how many 12- by 12-inch floor tiles you have to order for a room that measures 8 by 12 feet. 106 tiles.
(415) Estimate how many studs you need to frame a 12- by 16-foot building (16 inches on center) with one door opening. 56 studs.
(415) How many board feet are in 125 boards that measure 2 by 4 inches by 16 feet? 1,333.33 board feet.
(416) When performing masonry construction, which measuring device (made of wood with brass tips and positive-locking joints) do we use to establish the heights of corner leads? Folding rule.
(416) What holds the blade of a combination set to the various heads? A central groove in the blade and a locknut on the heads.
(416) When using the framing square to locate opposite points on a circumference, where do you place the heel of the square? At any point on the circumference.
(416) When transferring measurements from a steel rule to the job, which tool do you use? Dividers.
(417) When using a ratchet brace and auger bit, what number bit do you select to bore a 1-inch hole in wood? 16.
(417) If a high-speed drill bit overheats, what actions do you take? Let it cool slowly.
(417) What is the purpose of a countersink? To bevel edges of holes for special rivets, bolts or screws.
(418) Where finish is important, how do you cut lumber with a handsaw? With the face side up.
(418) When using a hacksaw to cut thin-wall tubing and light gauge sheet metal, what size blade do you use? 32 teeth per inch.
(418) When cutting with a wood chisel held with the bevel side up, what are the usual results? The chisel tends to bite into the wood and is harder to control.
(418) What is the correct way to straight file hard metal? Apply pressure only on the forward filing stroke.
(419) Which hammer head face is best for rough framing? Serrated.
(419) What is the correct way to hold and swing a curved claw hammer? Firmly hold the end of the handle and put your entire arm and shoulder in motion.
(419) Which hammer/mallet do you use to preliminary shape copper, aluminum, and other lightgauge sheet metals to prevent damage? Wooden or plastic mallet.
(420) To establish location points in laying out patterns on sheet metal, use a prick punch.
(420) To align holes in two pieces of metal before installing screws, bolts, or rivets, use a drift punch.
(420) When using a rotary punch, how do you align the punch and die accurately? By punching through several thicknesses of stiff paper.
(420) What is the final step in performing preventative maintenance on a rotary punch? Make the appropriate entries in the maintenance record folder.
(421) We determine a C-clamp’s size by its opening width.
(421) When setting up a bar clamp, what procedure allows you to put more clamping pressure on your project when you tighten the clamps? Return the swivel-head assembly to the rear of the fixed-head assembly.
(422) Before operating the circular saw, to what depth do you adjust the saw blade? ⅛ - ¼ inch below the material being cut.
(422) When cutting bowed lumber on the power miter saw, how do you place the material on the table? With the cut line against the fence.
(422) When crosscutting with the frame and trim saw, how must you position the track arm? Indexed to the 0-degree positive stop.
(422) Which procedure do you use to cut cast iron with the portable bandsaw? Cut cast iron dry.
(422) When using a powder actuated fastening device, what is your first action if the tool does not fire? Continue to hold it against the work surface for 30 seconds.
(423) When using an abrasive disc-sanding machine, what is the correct directional feed and maximum clearance between the disc and the table? Feed with the downward rotation side; 1/16 inch.
(423) When boring through long pieces of wood on the drill press, what action do you take to prevent the wood from catching and spinning with the bit? Position the wood against the left side column or fasten it to the table with clamps.
(423) When applying tension to a drill press’s V-belt, how much sag for each foot of distance between pulley centers do you allow? ½ inch.
(423) Before using an upright bandsaw, to what height must you adjust the blade guide assembly above the material being cut? ⅛ inch or less.
(423) What are the correct operating procedures for using stationary grinders? Adjust the tool rest to within ⅛ inch of the grinding wheel and grind on the wheel face.
(424) Which of the following procedures are used to safely rip lumber on a table saw? Set the blade ⅛ to ¼ inch above the board to be cut.
(424) What are the correct operating procedures you use to rip lumber on a radial arm saw? Lock the arm parallel to the fence and feed the wood against the blade rotation.
(424) When edge-jointing lumber that is 1 ½ inch thick or less, at what maximum depth do you set the cut depth? ⅛ inch.
(424) What actions do you take to avoid splintered ends when cross-grain shaping lumber on the shaper? Perform all cross-grain shaping first, then with grain shaping slowly.
(425) Before turning on power-operated squaring shears, you must ensure the machine is clear of material and people.
(425) To cut metal that is longer than a gap-squaring shear, you must first adjust the front gauge to the desired width.
(425) When using the circle shears to cut heavy metal, at what percent of the metal thickness are the cutters separated? 10 percent or less.
(425) When cutting inside circles with the ring and circle shears, you adjust the yoke so the distance from the center of the sheet to the cutter wheels is ½ the diameter of the desired circle.
(425) When punching mild steel with an ironworker, what is the ratio between the punch size and the thickness of metal being punched? The punch diameter must be equal to or more than the thickness of the metal being punched.
(420) Which punch do we use to pierce holes in light-gauge metal because it is quicker than using twist drills? Hand lever.
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