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Cabinet Installation and Assembly Test (Continuing Education)

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Cabinet Installation and Assembly Test

1. 
Describe the process for laying out and installing base cabinets for a kitchen.





2. 
Three types of fastening techniques are generally used in conventional cabinet making. Describe the mortise and tenon joint.



3. 
What kind of drawing is usually created to assist the carpenter in the installation of kitchen cabinetry?
  1. Cross section
  2. Floor plan
  3. Elevation
  4. All of these plans would assist the installation
4. 
Once the base cabinets are installed and leveled, how would you lay out and install the upper portion of the cabinets?




5. 
Proper installation of wall cabinets will always start from the                .
  1. Corner
  2. Middle
  3. Dishwasher
  4. Sink
6. 
This type of cabinet door is rabetted along the outside edge so that the edges overlap the door opening. The rabetted edges act as the door stop in this type of door.
  1. Overlay door
  2. Lipped door
  3. Flush type door
  4. All of the above
7. 
Describe the term "pocket screw" and why it is used in cabinetry construction



8. 
This type of cabinet door sits directly on top of the frame and laps over the opening of the door. The frame itself acts as the door stop. Often used in more contemporary designs.
  1. Overlay door
  2. Lipped door
  3. Flush type door
  4. Cabinet door
9. 
What is the name of the piece added between the end of the cabinet and the interior wall finish?
  1. Filler
  2. Trim
  3. Casing
  4. Gable
10. 
Proper installation of wall cabinets will always start from the                .
  1. Corner
  2. Middle
  3. Dishwasher
  4. Sink
11. 
Flush cabinet doors are installed flush with the frame. This type of door requires craftsmanship as the gaps are highly noticeable
  1. True
  2. False
12. 
In cabinet drawer construction which joint is considered the strongest?
  1. Butt joint
  2. Rabbetted joint
  3. Lock joint
  4. Dovetail joint
13. 
When constructing cabinet drawers and using a rabbeted joint to connect the sides of the drawer and the back of the drawer, what else must be added to the joint to increase it's strength?



14. 
Instead of using solid wood to construct cabinet doors, cabinets are generally constructed of a less expensive panel type material with a                    of the better quality wood.
15. 
A biscuit joint is when the two pieces of wood are fastened together with a screw and the screw head is covered with a plug.
  1. True
  2. False
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