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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1879-1880-164

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applied sciences 163 Workshop is well provided with the necessary Carpenters' Vices and Benches together with Hand-Lathes Geared and Screw-cutting Lathes Planing Drilling and other Machine- tools The Foundry is furnished with Cupola Brass furnaces Drying-stoves and other suitable appointments The Smith's Shop contains forges and well-selected stock of tools Δ Steam-engine is placed in the vicinity of the Workshop by which the lathes machine-tools and foundry- fan are driven Model Hoom is attached to the Workshop in which are kept exercises examples and models to be worked to by the Students with the cost of the materials required for construction attached to each one II Students of the First Year on joining the department are made acquainted with the different Tools and their practical application to the purposes of Carpenters' and Pattern-makers' work by going through the processes of preparing the wood setting out and forming from figured drawings prepared by themselves the various joints used in constructions of wood Students in their Second Term are instructed in turning Soft and Hard Woods and other substances and also in the mode of preparing and fixing the work in the Lathe they are thus enabled to proceed with set of exercises specially designed with view to the attainment of skill in hand turning After having obtained proficiency in the use of the tools Students are instructed in making Models in which the preceding exercises are combined and which will also include the construction of Patterns and Core-boxes ready to be moulded from in the Foundry III Second Year Students are divided into Classes at the commencement of Michaelmas Term and are instructed in Metal work and Moulding In the Fitting-Shop they go through course of exercises in chipping and filing and getting up plane surfaces by the Whitworth method and in the Foundry they are instructed in the arts of moulding and of casting in iron and in brass In the Lent Term Second Year Students will be again
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