Technical Training Lab for
Manual Woodworking

/Technical Training Lab for
Manual Woodworking
Technical Training Lab Details

In the “bench room”, hand tools and machines are used for the actual manual work. This teaches trainees the basics of manual material processing. Above all, this room allows the kind of manual skills and craftsmanship to be taught that still play an important role in the traditional profession of joiner/carpenter today. By interacting with their working environment, learners will have the opportunity to discover a great deal about the properties of wood as a material that grows in nature and how to go about working it correctly, as well as joining methods, how to make templates, jigs and fixtures, and assembly methods.

Our Modules
  • Requirements analysis
  • Planning and consultation
  • Conceptual design
  • Implementation
  • Train-the-trainer
  • Learning Outcome Test
The Christiani Technical Training Lab for Manual Woodworking 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
  • 16 individual joiner’s benches incl. front and rear vices, storage tray and bench dogs
  • 16 lockable tilting drawers underneath the joiner’s benches with compete tool sets
  • 4 sets of handheld machine tools for drilling and screwdriving, sawing, planing, milling and sanding
  • Set of clamps in standard sizes
  • 2 lockable storage cabinets
  • 8 mid-height storage cabinets with worktop
  • 1 shelving unit for sheets, boards and slabs
  • 1 cantilever racking unit for bars
  • 1 interactive large-format screen with the latest touch technology
  • Woodworking professions
Manual woodworking and working of composite wood and semi-finished products

  • There are different types of wood and composite wood with different properties
  • Testing, measuring, marking out, sawing, planing, drilling, glueing and clamping, fastening with screws and nails, sanding and coating
  • Working with handheld power tools
  • Operational safety: Setting up, securing and tidying workstations

Making components and assembling them to create products

  • Choosing and making wood joints
  • Making templates, jigs and fixtures
  • Installing fittings and hardware
  • Assembling components
  • Making frames, carcasses, racks or stands

Planning and preparing workflows and procedures, working as a team

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