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PCJ267

Hand Wrought Joinery

This course introduces the use of traditional joinery techniques used in the hand wrought metal profession. Emphasis is placed on the history and processes of the traditional joinery using tenons, mortises, collars, rivets, and forge welded joints. Upon completion, students should be able to create joints for hand wrought metal work using mortise and tenon, collars, and hot wraps. Students will apply traditional blacksmithing joinery techniques to explore projects such as display panels, gates or park benches.

Lecture Hours: 

1.00

Lab Hours: 

3.00

Clinical Hours: 

0.00

Credit Hours: 

2.00

Prerequisites: 

Prerequisites: PCJ 262

Day Semesters: 

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