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A. Kevin Kruszewski l12J drills holes in a piece of copper as he makes
a bedwarmer. B. Graham Storey 1121 puts the top on a kerosene
lamp. C. Donovan Davisson l12l putsashine on his wine bucket with
a buffing wheel. D. Bryce Ostgarden l12l finds the diameter on his
wine bucket. E. Mike Heyer C121 puts the finishing touches on a' ring.
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Metal Fab. Major
Ready To Go Ahc
Metal Fabrication- To make, build, const
manufacture things out of metal.
ln Mr. Victor Vinje's Metal Fabrication
students built or repaired almost anything mac
metal. They did this by rolling, folding, bendi
welding the metal they were working on. Proj
students made ranged from a 1600 pound anc
one quarter pound wine bucket. Other 5
included stoves, bench presses, television
lamps ranging from kerosene to electric, an
"lt is a fun class where you could make c
things you needed. You could also make 1
friends who have celebrations coming up,'
John Sorensen 1123. Students also repaired a
of items including basketball backboards anc
"After taking this course students are able to
school right into ajob in the metal fabrication f
little if any further training," said Mr. Vinje.
f12l a glare as they run out of things to do B SENI
FABRICATIONS CLASS TOP ROW Bryce Ostgar
Kruszewski, Mike Heyer, John Sorensen, and Ed Palmer.
ROW: Larry Munger, Mike Tracy Potts, Larry Bennet
Storey, and Anthony Dienstel. NOT PICTUBED: Keeno
Ed Palmer f12l welds on a stove during the Tech Show
A. Mr. Victor Vinje gives Anthony Dienstel il2l and Lar
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Page 110 text:
Pattern Students Gain
Knowledge Of Trade
In what shop could a student spin a piece of wood
into a pattern that would create an attractive
candlestick after foundry sand was packed around it?
If you guessed industrial Pattern shop, you guessed
In Pattern shop students learned to make patterns
and molds that could be used in the Foundry. They
learned the methods of shaping wood through the use
of lathes, disc and drum sanders, bandsaws, and drill
presses. They also learned trade jargon such as flange,
web, and rib.
Each student made a variety of projects ranging
from paper weights, to belt buckles.
A. Chris Huitinga C121 and Alan Pernich j12l help Mr. Hill out by
painting the inside of his canoe. B. Just a few of the many projects
that can be made in Pattern are on display during the Tech Show. C.
Jason Brooks l10l concentrates on keeping his fingers out of the
way of the blade as he cuts some wood for his project. D. Chris
Dewar U13 displays a pair of giant dividers. E. Robert Derbyshire lll
l11j holds up a mammoth marking guage. Both tools were made in
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