Multiple-Choice Questions or Objective Type Questions on Carpentry [PDF Included]

In this article, I will show you some Multiple-Choice Questions on Carpentry. Recently, questions of maximum examinations are MCQ types. So, if you are looking for MCQ questions on Carpentry shops, then you are in the right place.

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MCQ Questions or Viva Questions on Carpentry

  • Hack saw is generally used to _________.
  1. cut wood
  2. cut metal ✔️
  3. none of these
  • Rip saw is generally used to ________.
  1. cut wood ✔️
  2. cut metal
  3. none of these
  • Which file is used in the carpentry shop?
  1. flat file
  2. half round file
  3. rasp file ✔️
  4. none of these
  • Which of the following tool is used to make the surface plain?
  1. metal jack plane ✔️
  2. mallet
  3. try square
  4. none of these
  • Try square is a ________.
  1. marking tool
  2. measuring tool
  3. both 1 and 2 ✔️
  4. cutting tool
  • Mallet is a ________.
  1. cutting tool
  2. measuring tool
  3. striking tool ✔️
  4. holding vice
  • Carpentry vice is a _______.
  1. holding vice for metals
  2. holding vice for woods ✔️
  3. cutting device
  4. measuring device
  • Fitting vice is a _______.
  1. holding vice for metals ✔️
  2. holding vice for woods
  3. cutting device
  4. measuring device
  • Chisel is a _______.
  1. cutting tool ✔️
  2. marking tool
  3. measuring tool
  4. striking tool
  • By which instrument, you can mark and draw the vertical lines on the job piece?
  1. scriber
  2. center punch
  3. try square ✔️
  4. odd leg caliper
  • By which instrument, you can cut the raw material?
  1. hack saw
  2. rip saw ✔️
  3. rasp file
  4. chisel
  • With the help of a meter square, one can _______.
  1. measure all angles
  2. measure 45-degree angles ✔️
  3. measure diameter
  4. none of these
  • Boring is ________.
  1. to create new holes
  2. to enlarge the existing hole ✔️
  3. same as drilling
  4. none of the above
  • Which of the following is not a cutting tool?
  1. chisel
  2. rip saw
  3. file
  4. try square ✔️
  • Which of the following is not a holding vice?
  1. tap wrench
  2. carpentry vice
  3. fitting vice
  4. mallet ✔️
  • Which of the following has one movable jaw and one fixed jaw?
  1. Hammer
  2. Mallet
  3. Tap wrench ✔️
  4. None of these
  • Which of the following has no jaws?
  1. Carpentry vice
  2. Mallet ✔️
  3. Tap wrench
  4. Fitting vice
  • Which vice has broader jaws?
  1. Carpentry vice ✔️
  2. fitting vice
  3. none of these
  • Which of the following tool is used in both marking and measuring?
  1. Centre punch
  2. Scriber
  3. Try square ✔️
  4. None of these
  • Which of the following is a carpentry tool?
  1. Shovel
  2. Sprue Pin
  3. Cope box
  4. mallet ✔️

Quiz Questions on Carpentry

You may consider this as a test of 15 marks. After completion of the test, you can check the answers and can come to know how much you are prepared.

Here is the quiz for you.

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MCQ on Carpentry shop

1 / 15

While making a cross halving joint in the carpentry shop, try square is used for-

2 / 15

Which type of file is used in the carpentry shop?

3 / 15

For shaping the wood and removing the unwanted material, we use______.

4 / 15

How many jaws, a carpentry vice has?

5 / 15

For measuring 45-degree angle, which instrument will you use?

6 / 15

The sequence of operations while making a cross-halving joint:

7 / 15

A meter square is used for measuring ___ angle.

8 / 15

For cross-cutting of angle 45 degree, which saw is used in the carpentry shop?

9 / 15

Which instrument, we can use for chiseling along with a chisel?

10 / 15

For more accurate and fine work, which saw is used?

11 / 15

Students will use _______chiesel while making a cross-halving joint in the carpentry shop?

12 / 15

Carpentry vice is a

13 / 15

In which vice, you will make a cross-halving joint?

14 / 15

By which instrument, you will make the surface finish of the raw material smooth?

15 / 15

Which saw is used in the Carpentry shop?

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If you want to know more details about Carpentry Shop, please go ahead and read the following text.

Overview of Carpentry Shop

The Carpentry shop is the place where we can manufacture the products that are made of wood.

In the Carpentry shop, we can perform the following activities:

  • Plaining
  • Sawing
  • Shaping and fastening wood
  • Chiseling

Under this experiment, students will make a cross-halving joint.

Tools used in Carpentry shop

Measuring tools

These tools are used for measuring the angles, lengths, widths, and diameters.

For example,

  1. Steel rule- Students will use the steel rule for measuring the length and width of an object.
  2. Bevel protector- Students will use this for measuring angles.
  3. Meter square-  For measuring 450 angles, students will use this.
  4. Odd leg caliper and outside calipers- For measuring the diameters, students will use these calipers.

Marking tools

  1. Tri square- It is used for checking the straightness of the surfaces and also for marking the lines.
  2. Marking gauge- It is also used for marking and drawing lines.

Holding tools

  1. Carpentry vice- It is a job-holding device. It consists of two jaws-one movable and one fixed. The movable jaw moves with the help of a handle and screw.
  2. Clamps- For fixing the jobs, clamps are also used.

Cutting tools

  1. Saws- We use saws for cutting wood into pieces. We use the following types of saws in the carpentry shop:
  2. The rip saw– Students will use a rip saw for cutting the wood into pieces as per requirement. The blade of this rip saw is either straight or skew-backed. The cutting edge of the saw makes a steeper angle of approximately 600.
  3. Cross-cut saw– The shape of this saw is the same as a rip saw. It is used for cross-cutting of angle 450. The teeth are arranged in such a way that the saw kerf is wider than the blades that allow the blades to move freely without sticking. Kerf is the width of a material that is removed by a cutting process.
  4. Tenon or backsaw- For more accurate and fine work, we use a tenon or backsaw. Here, teeth are shaped like that of the cross-cut saw. There are very fine blades in this saw.
  5. Chisels- We use chisels for shaping the wood properly.      Various blade widths from 3 mm to 50 mm are available in chisels.
  6. Firmer chisel- Students will make the cutting edges smooth by removing the unwanted material with the help of a firmer chisel. They can use it by hand pressure or by the mallet. The blade of it is flat. Their sloping face is at an angle of 150 to 520.
  7. Rasp file- For making the surface smooth, students will remove the unwanted material with the help of a rasp file.

Plaining tools

Metal jack plane in the Carpentry shop
Metal jack plane

For making the surfaces plain, a metal jack plane is used.

Striking tools

For striking purposes, the following tools are used:

  • Ball peen hammer
  • Mallet

Boring tools

For making holes, boring tools are used. Example- Bit and drill.

Job in the Carpentry shop: making a cross-halving joint

Tools required:

  • Carpentry vice
  • Jackplane
  • Try square
  • Steel rule
  • Rip saw
  • Firmer chisel
  • Mallet

Procedure

Plaining the surface

The raw material that is available to the students is of big lengths. So, they will cut this as per requirement. Then, they will make the upper and lower surfaces plain with the help of a metal jack plane.

Marking

As per the final job piece diagram, they will mark or sketch the job piece as per requirement. Students will use the try square, steel rule, pencil, and marking gauge for the purpose of marking.

Sawing
Sawing by Rip saw in the Carpentry shop
Sawing by Rip saw

After marking, students will cut and remove some material from the middle portion with the help of a rip saw.

Chiseling

After removing the material from the middle portion, students will make the edges of the cutting portions smooth with the help of a chisel.

Finishing
Cross halving joint in the Carpentry shop
Cross halving joint

Then, students will check the finishing of all the surfaces. Thus, they will make one piece.

In a similar way, they will make another piece.

After creating such two pieces, they will fit one part with the other.

Thus, they will create a joint, named cross halving joint.

In this way, students can make a cross-halving joint in a  Carpentry shop and will be familiar with the different types of tools used in Carpentry shops.

Safety rules

  • Always wear leather shoes, not sandals.
  • Don’t wear loose clothes, or a wristwatch during the job.
  • Know the correct way of holding the rip saw.
  • File properly in a straight way.
  • Keep patience while chiseling the cutting edges.

I hope that the Multiple-Choice Questions on Carpentry Shop will help you a lot in getting a very good score in the viva during the semester examination. I also gave you an overview of the Carpentry Shop as well. So if you still have further queries or any doubts, please write in the comment box so that I can clarify. Best wishes!

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