Technical Training Lab for
Machine-Based Woodworking

/Technical Training Lab for
Machine-Based Woodworking
Technical Training Lab Details

These days, machine-based work is an essential component of training for the woodworking professions. For this reason, setting up, safely operating and maintaining machinery and the tools it uses are core skills that must be learnt.
The “Machinery room” is used to teach these skills. It contains stationary machinery with workstations specialising in particular functions. In this room, trainees will learn the basic skills required for modern methods of working materials. Training will also be given in how to safely use woodworking machinery as part of machinery courses.

Our Modules
  • Requirements analysis
  • Planning and consultation
  • Conceptual design
  • Implementation
  • Train-the-trainer
  • Learning Outcome Test
The Christiani Technical Training Lab for Manual Material Processing offers you the following
  • Theory and practice from a single source
  • Motivation to learn and sustainable learning success
  • Didactic diversity and practically oriented training media
  • Strong partnerships with industry
  • Professional consulting – from the planning stage, all the way up to implementation
Example Configuration for 16 Workplaces
  • 1 panel saw
  • 1 surface planer
  • 1 thicknesser
  • 1 spindle moulder
  • 1 edgebander
  • 1 band saw
  • 2 upright drills
  • 1 edge sander (not shown)
  • 1 surface sander (not shown)
  • 2 lockable storage cabinets
  • 4 mid-height storage cabinets with worktop
  • 1 shelving unit for sheets, boards and slabs
  • 1 cantilever racking unit for bar
  • Woodworking professions
Machine-based woodworking and working of composite wood and semi-finished products

  • Cutting up solid timber and sawn timber
  • Dividing up boards and cutting to standard sizes
  • Cutting workpieces to size
  • Planing and thicknessing solid timber
  • Starting the edge on the narrow sides of boards
  • Milling shaped parts, joints and profiles
  • Sanding surfaces, edges and shapes

Operating and maintaining machinery, systems, mechanisms and fixtures

  • Choosing and setting up machinery, systems, mechanisms and fixtures and operating them using protective equipment
  • Identifying faults, taking measures to eliminate faults
  • Using application programs, entering data and operating programmable machinery
  • Maintaining machinery, systems, mechanisms and fixtures, planning and preparing workflows and procedures, working as a team

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