Jun 06, 2023  
2022-2023 College Catalog 
  
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BCST 260 - Trim and Millwork


Credits: 4
This course introduces students to concepts and procedures for fine woodworking practices. Students will explore cabinetmaking, cabinetry styles, human factors, working drawings, kitchen cabinets, industrial production cabinetmaking, health and safety, measuring and laying out materials, stationary power machines, hand and portable power tools, employment and experience building a basic cabinet system. Topics include lumber and millwork, manufactured panel products, veneers and plastic overlays, hardware, surfacing and shaping, turning, joint making, abrasives and sanding machines, gluing and clamping, bending and laminating wood, overlaying and inlaying veneer, installing plastic laminates, case construction, doors, drawers, and applying finishing materials. Lab fee required. Prerequisites: BCST 230 Construction Materials and Methods II, BSCT 255 Interior Finishes, BCST 235 Weather Resistant Barriers and Finishes, BCST 245 Masonry Principles and Concrete Construction Lab fee required.

Prerequisite: BCST 230  Construction Materials and Methods II, BSCT 255 Interior Finishes, BCST 235  Weather Resistant Barriers and Finishes, BCST 245  Masonry Principles and Concrete Construction



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