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1. Rings that trees produce each year are _____.
(A) Annual rings
(B) Cup rings
(C) Cambium layer
(D) Medullary rays

2. Mortise gauge has _________ scribing pins.
(A) One
(B) Three
(C) Four
(D) Two

3. Which instrument is used to testing trueness of large surfaces?
(A) Steel rule
(B) Try square
(C) Straight edge
(D) Gauge

4. Which one of the following is not a boring tool?
(A) Bradawl
(B) Gimlet
(C) Auger
(D) C – cramp

5. The blade of a saw is made of:
(A) Cast iron
(B) Spring steel
(C) Mild steel
(D) High Carbon steel

6. Which glue is obtained from curds of skimmed milk?
(A) Animal glue
(B) Vegetable glue
(C) Casein glue
(D) Resin glue

7. Centre most portion of a timber cross-section called:
(A) Medulla
(B) Bark
(C) Sap wood
(D) Hart wood

8. For cutting along the grains saws are used.
(A) Rip saw
(B) Cross – cut saw
(C) Dovetail saw
(D) Compass saw

9. Yellow colour represents in pattern making for:
(A) Castings
(B) Core prints
(C) Split pattern
(D) None of these

10. Cracks develop between the adjacent Annual rings is called:
(A) Cup shake
(B) Heart shake
(C) Twisting
(D) Star shake

11. Systematic arrangement of machines in a working area called:
(A) Plant layout
(B) Shop layout
(C) Plan
(D) Estimate

12. In a timber carries food made in leaves.
(A) Bark
(B) Bast
(C) Pith
(D) None of these

13. Market form of timber which rough squared log:
(A) Log
(B) Posts
(C) Planks
(D) Balk

14. Which is the another name of natural seasoning?
(A) Air seasoning
(B) Water seasoning
(C) Kiln seasoning
(D) Boiling

15. Which tree grows all over India?
(A) Bamboo
(B) Mohogony
(C) Mango tree
(D) Teak

16. Which is the excellent base for paint?
(A) Titanium oxide
(B) Copper sulphate
(C) Potassium chloride
(D) Silica

17. The odd number of plies are taken in Plywood because:
(A) Shrinkage stresses uniform
(B) Shrinkage stresses decrease
(C) Shrinkage stresses increase
(D) Tensile stresses will be uniform

18. Wire nails which exceed 130 mm in length are named as:
(A) Clasp nail
(B) Oval wire nail
(C) Spiks
(D) Coach screw

19. Saw setting can be done with saw set or with:
(A) Mallet
(B) Hammer
(C) Oil stone
(D) File

20. Which is one of the long chisel?
(A) Firmer chisel
(B) Parring chisel
(C) Mortice chisel
(D) Hollow chisel

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21. Sharpening angle of chisel which varies from:
(A) 20° – 25°
(B) 0° – 10°
(C) 45° – 90°
(D) 30° – 35°

22. Nitro cellulose paints are applied by the method of:
(A) Brush painting
(B) Stickering
(C) Staining
(D) Spray Painting

23. Basically a plane contains a frame and:
(A) Chisel
(B) Cap iron
(C) Black iron
(D) Wedge

24. Spoke shave used for smoothing:
(A) Plane surfaces
(B) Interior surfaces
(C) Curved surfaces
(D) Rough surfaces

25. Fanning a conical shape in the end of a hole is said to be:
(A) Bracing
(B) Drilling
(C) Counter sinking
(D) Boring

26. Band saw is mainly used for:
(A) Cross cutting
(B) Re-sawing
(C) Curve cutting
(D) Fine cutting

27. Another name of jig saw is:
(A) Scroll saw
(B) Pad saw
(C) Fret saw
(D) Nest of saw

28. Mortise and it-non joint is simply called:
(A) Lap joint
(B) Butt joint
(C) Splice joint
(D) Tenon joint

29. The central layer of plywood is called:
(A) Face ply
(B) Core ply
(C) Cross ply
(D) Main ply

30. The technical term used in roofing construction the vertical distance between the top of the ridge and the wall plate is:
(A) Span
(B) Ridge
(C) Pitch
(D) rise

31. The type of plywood is designated by ________________
(A) One letter
(B) Two letter
(C) Three letter
(D) Four letter

32. Which one of the sawing operation is not related to circular saw machine?
(A) Rip cutting
(B) Cross cutting
(C) Mitre cutting
(D) Mould cutting

33. Pivoted window is similar to:
(A) Sliding window
(B) Bay window
(C) Casement window
(D) Corner window

34. In turning stairs the flight takes turn:
(A) Two directions
(B) No direction
(C) Three directions
(D) One direction

35. Which is not sharpen the points on grinding wheels?
(A) Divider
(B) Knife
(C) Single point cutting tool
(D) Saw

36. By which name the replica or facsimile of model is called:
(A) Casting
(B) Mould
(C) Pattern
(D) Core

37. The lower edge of an inclined root surface is called:
(A) Verge
(B) Hip
(C) Eaves
(D) Valley

38. Top portion of the chisel is called:
(A) Head
(B) Body
(C) Point
(D) Female

39. The end opposite to tang of a file called:
(A) Face
(B) Edge
(C) Heel
(D) Point

40. In band saw machine height of the table is ________ above the floor.
(A) 20° – 30°
(B) 39° – 12°
(C) 30° – 35°
(D) 40° – 59°

41. Which is the angle of inclination of the thread to the imaginary perpendicular line?
(A) Helix angle
(B) Cutting angle
(C) Sharpening angle
(D) Rake angle

42. Which tool is used to cutting external threads?
(A) Die
(B) Tap
(C) Drill
(D) Reamer

43. __________ is a trunk of a tree with branches cut off and bark removed.
(A) Baulk
(B) Posts
(C) Log
(D) Planks

44. Spanners are made up of:
(A) Cast iron
(B) Drop forged steel
(C) Mild steel
(D) Low carbon steel

45. The timber which is used for railway sleepers:
(A) Mango tree
(B) Bamboo
(C) Sal
(D) Rose wood

46. Angle of the point in a centre punch is:
(A) 60°
(B) 45°
(C) 70°
(D) 90°

47. SWG gauge number increases the thickness of sheet will be:
(A) No change
(B) Decrease
(C) Increase
(D) None of these

48. These are used for making holes in a wood:
(A) Making gauge
(B) Awl
(C) Cutting gauge
(D) Pencil

49. Scraf joint is under:
(A) Widening joint
(B) Framing joint
(C) Lengthening joint
(D) Dowel joint

50. Drawing large circles on the wood, which tool is used?
(A) Compass
(B) Trammel point
(C) Wing compass
(D) Caliper

51. The main fuel used in the hand forge is:
(A) Wood
(B) Charcoal
(C) Hard coke
(D) Kerosene

52. The process of gutting the timber lengthwise along the grain:
(A) Ripping
(B) Cross – cutting
(C) Trenching
(D) Metre cutting

53. Which one of the following is oil preservative?
(A) Zinc chloride
(B) Sodium fluoride
(C) Tar
(D) Charting

54. What is an unbroken series of steps between the landing?
(A) Flight
(B) Landing
(C) Going
(D) Nosing

55. The angle of the saw kerf in the mitre box is:
(A) 35°
(B) 45°
(C) 55°
(D) 65°

56. The depth of the trench in housing joint is:
(A) 1/5th thickness
(B) 1/3th thickness
(C) 1/2th thickness
(D) 2/3rd thickness

57. Protractor head is used for measuring angles within an accuracy of:
(A) 2°
(B) 0°
(C) 1°
(D) 180°

58. For quick removal of much wood, ___________ is used.
(A) Hard file
(B) Plane
(C) Sander
(D) Rusp file

59. More skill is required for __________ sawing.
(A) Tangential sawing
(B) Radial sawing
(C) Live sawing
(D) None of these

60. General direction on alignment of wood cells in timber refers:
(A) Colour
(B) Smell
(C) Grain
(D) Density

61. The purpose of seasoning is not to reduce:
(A) Weight
(B) Shrinkage
(C) Warpage
(D) Hardness

62. Drill chucks are fitted on the drilling machine spindle by means of a:
(A) Knurled ring
(B) Drift
(C) Pinion and key
(D) Arbor

63. How many inches are there in a metre?
(A) 36 inches
(B) 32.6 inches
(C) 39.37 inches
(D) 25.4 inches

64. Size of the angle plates stated by its:
(A) Size number
(B) Weight
(C) Length
(D) Length X Width

65. It is not a part of the pattern. But it is an added projections of the pattern:
(A) Core box
(B) Core sand
(C) Core print
(D) Core cavity

66. The standard height of the band saw table above the floor:
(A) 43″ – 46″
(B) 35″ – 38″
(C) 31″ – 34″
(D) 39″ – 42″

67. What is the name of screw driver having a cruciform tips?
(A) Phillips head screw driver
(B) London pattern screw
(C) Offset screw driver
(D) Standard screw driver

68. ‘DECOLAM’ is an another trade name of:
(A) Plywood
(B) Veneer
(C) Manufacturing board
(D) Sunmica

69. The process of bevelling the end of a hole is called:
(A) Counter boaring
(B) Counter sinking
(C) Spot facing
(D) Reaming

70. Which saw has an open handle?
(A) Dovetail saw
(B) Pannel saw
(C) Rip saw
(D) Cross-cut saw

71. Other and of a hammer he-ad is called:
(A) Face
(B) Pein
(C) Eye
(D) Handle

72. ’Dadoes’ are related to _________.
(A) Briddle joints
(B) Housing joints
(C) Dowel joints
(D) Grooved joints

73. Which measuring rule is having sliding end piece or stop?
(A) Angular measure
(B) Four folding rule
(C) Tape measure
(D) Zig-Zag rule

74. ___________ vice is used to sharpening the saws.
(A) Bench vice
(B) Pin vice
(C) Carpenter’s vice
(D) Saw vice

75. Strongest form of an angle joint used in cabinet work:
(A) Halving joint
(B) Dovetail joint
(C) Mortise and Tenon joint
(D) Housing joint

76. Wire nails are made up of:
(A) Mild steel
(B) Tool steel
(C) Wrought iron
(D) Aluminium

77. It is one of the oldest method of ornamentation of timber:
(A) Relief carring
(B) Figured timber
(C) In laying
(D) Wood carving

78. Spring is n defect of timber occurred:
(A) The end of the piece of timber
(B) Away from edge of timber
(C) The interior of piece of timber
(D) A curvature along the edge of board

79. The segmental pattern works like a:
(A) Match plate pattern
(B) Sweep pattern
(C) Lowe piece pattern
(D) Single piece pattern

80. For removing the bark of timber ___________ tool is used.
(A) Axe
(B) Saw
(C) Plane
(D) Adze

81. The size of a hammer is generally specified by :
(A) Length of its head
(B) Diameter of its face
(C) Length of its eye hole
(D) Weight of its head

82. Name the chisel which has a thicker and stronger blade than ordinary firmer chisel
(A) Faring chisel
(B) Bevel edge firmer chisel
(C) Registered firmer chisel
(D) Gouge chisel

83. While sawing with a Hand saw, the sight of eye should be :
(A) Away from the saw
(B) On the right side of the saw
(C) On the left side of the saw
(D) Directly above the saw

84. Hard Woods has generally ________ type of cells.
(A) One
(B) Three
(C) Two
(D) Several

85. Fevicol – SH is a _________ type of glue.
(A) Phenol Formaldehyde
(B) Urea Formaldehyde
(C) Polyvinyl acetate
(D) Vegetable protein

86. Dowels are generally made of :
(A) Hard Wood or Bamboo
(B) Copper or Brass
(C) Carbon steel or High speed steel
(D) Aluminium or Lead

87. The spiral grooves which run in the length of the drill is called :
(A) land or margin
(B) Web
(C) Body clearance
(D) flutes

88. The reading accuracy of a Steel Rule is:
(A) 0.5 mm
(B) 0.1 mm
(C) 5.0 mm
(D) 1.0 mm

89. A Phillips head screw haze :
(A) A square slot
(B) A hexagonal slot
(C) A cruciform slot
(D) No slot

90. Find the volume of timber piece having 2 metre long, 20 centimetre width and 50 millimetre thickness.
(A) 0.02 cubic metre
(B) 0.2 cubic metre
(C) 0.002 cubic metre
(D) 2.0 cubic metre

91. Name the defect caused by a limb or branch being cut through during the process of sawing up the log.
(A) Waney edge
(B) Shake
(C) Knot
(D) Burls

92. Name the spanner usually supplied with machine tools for a specific purpose.
(A) Single ended spanner
(B) Ring spanner
(C) Adjustable spanner
(D) Double ended spanner

93. Find the cost of a 20 mm. plywood having 8 feet long and 4 feet wide at the rate of Rs 60.00 per square feet.
(A) Rs 610
(B) Rs 1920
(C) Rs 1200
(D) Rs 3840

94. In a thickness planer, the table is provided at :
(A) Above the revolving head
(B) Below the revolving head
(C) Right side of the revolving head
(D) Left side of the revolving head

95. In a multiply board, the number of core plies are :
(A) One
(B) Less than three
(C) Three or more
(D) Two

96. A steel bar cuts with a Hack – saw, it is a metal cutting method of :
(A) Abrasion
(B) Incision
(C) Fusion
(D) None of these

97. The distant of a drill advances into the work in one complete rotation is called :
(A) Cutting feed
(B) Cutting speed
(C) R.P.M
(D) None of these

98. The special rule intended for pattern maker is :
(A) Circumference rule
(B) Contraction rule
(C) Zig-Zag rule
(D) tripe measure

99. The horizontal distance between the internal faces of walls nr supports is called :
(A) Rise
(B) Hip
(C) Ridge
(D) Span

100. Name the horizontal platform between two flights of a stair.
(A) Tread
(B) String hoard
(C) Headroom
(D) Landing

101. Name the saw which has a very fine blade held in a rectangular long frame of 300 to 500 mm.
(A) Compass saw
(B) Bow saw
(C) Fret saw
(D) Light back saw

102. Oil stone slips or slip stones are :
(A) Oil stones with glazed surfaces
(B) Oil stones of various shapes
(C) Crushed pieces of artificial stone
(D) Quarried natural oil Stone

103. Name the tool used for checking the thickness of metal sheets.
(A) Out side Calipers
(B) Butt gauge
(C) Contraction rule
(D) Standard wire gauge

104. A plywood has at least _________ number of plies or veneers.
(A) Two
(B) Five
(C) Three
(D) Four

105. Dry-rot is a decay caused by:
(A) Over drying
(B) Dampness
(C) Fungus
(D) None of these

106. Name the saw suitable for cutting along the grains of timber piece.
(A) Rip saw
(B) Tenon saw
(C) Cross – cut saw
(D) Compass saw

107. Name the material used to make drill bits.
(A) Mild steel
(B) High speed steel
(C) Cast steel
(D) Stainless steel

108. In a surface planer, for most cuts, the rear table or out – feed table is set at :
(A) even with the front table
(B) above the cutting edges of knives
(C) below the cutting edges of knives
(D) even with the cutting edges of knives

109. The total length of a collapsible or zig-zag rule is :
(A) 60 cms
(B) 100 cms
(C) 150 cms
(D) 300 cms

110. The main ingredients of French Polish are :
(A) Beeswax and turpentine
(B) Common resin and alcohol
(C) Shellac and mythelated spirit
(D) Shellac and linseed oil

111. Blockboard is a manufactured board with a core of :
(A) Veneer or plies
(B) Wooden strips
(C) Wood fibres
(D) Wooden pulp

112. The horizontal member on the bottom of a door or window frame is called :
(A) Style
(B) Rail
(C) Horn
(D) Still

113. One metre is :
(A) 1000 mm
(B) 100 mm
(C) 144 mm
(D) 10 mm

114. A core used in a casting industry is a type of:
(A) Pattern
(B) Sand mould
(C) Casting
(D) Cavity

115. The horizontal support provided on a Batten door is called:
(A) Brace
(B) Hold – Fast
(C) Frame
(D) Ledge

116. Name the tool suitable for measuring a longer and convex wooden edge.
(A) Four – Fold rule
(B) Tape measure
(C) Steel rule
(D) Contraction rule

117. The size of a carpenter vice is specified by :
(A) Width of its jaw
(B) Length of its threaded spindle
(C) Weight of vice
(D) Maximum distance between jaws

118. Name the tool suitable for marking a circle of 110 cm radius on a wooden board.
(A) Wing compasses
(B) Steel scriber
(C) Trammel points
(D) Jenny calipers

119. Name the plane suitable for producing a long, true and straight surface or edge.
(A) jack plane
(B) Smoothing plane
(C) Trying plane
(D) Furnishing plane

120. Name the tool suitable for testing the flatness of a door style, while planing.
(A) Winding sticks
(B) Shooting board
(C) Steel rule
(D) Try square

121. It form a seat to support and locate the core in the mould sand during casting :
(A) Core
(B) Core print
(C) Core box
(D) Cavity

122. Aluminium oxide is one of the artificial abrasive mineral, name another artificial one.
(A) Flint
(B) Silicon Carbide
(C) Garnet
(D) None of these

123. Hollow chisel mortisers are generally available with hollow chisel size from :
(A) 25 mm to 75 mm
(B) 6 mm to 15 mm
(C) 2 mm to 6 mm
(D) 15 mm to 25 mm

124. Horizontal Band Saws are generally used for :
(A) To size timber after sawing done by other saws.
(B) Cutting large curves.
(C) Cutting small diameter logs.
(D) Cutting large diameter logs.

125. Name the tool used for cutting internal threads
(A) Hand taps
(B) Die and stock
(C) Reamer
(D) Counter bore

126. In a vernier caliper the measuring accuracy is upto :
(A) 2.0 mm
(B) 0.5 mm
(C) 0.2 mm
(D) 0.02 mm

127. Band saw blades am generally joined by :
(A) Brazing
(B) Riveting
(C) Soldering
(D) Casting

128. Name the allowance provided on all vertical surfaces of a pattern is :
(A) Draft or taper allowance
(B) Distortion allowance
(C) Machining allowance
(D) Rapping allowance

129. A three piece pattern require a moulding box with three parts. The middle one is called :
(A) Cheek box
(B) Cope box
(C) Drag box
(D) Core box

130. The horizontal wooden member placed on principal rafters to support the common rafters is called :
(A) Purlin
(B) Eavas board
(C) Wall plate
(D) Batten

131. The window which projects outside the external wall is called :
(A) Casement window
(B) Dormer window
(C) Bulls eye window
(D) Bay window

132. Name the tool used for boring large, deep holes in timber.
(A) Gimlet
(B) Shell bit
(C) Wheel brace
(D) Hand auger

133. Bradawl is used for :
(A) Measuring accurate dimensions
(B) Making small holes
(C) Marking on metals
(D) Pulling out small nails

134. Name the tool suitable for marking the width of hinges on door iambs.
(A) Marking gauge
(B) Cutting gauge
(C) Butt gauge
(D) Wire gauge

135. The process of bevelling the top of a drilled hole is called :
(A) Counter sinking
(B) Tapping
(C) Counter boring
(D) Dowelling

136. Name the plane suitable for making a groove on the edge of a timber piece.
(A) Rebate plane
(B) Plough plane
(C) Router plane
(D) Compass plane

137. Total length of a Four – Fold rule is :
(A) 100 cm.
(B) 40 cm.
(C) 20 cm.
(D) 60 cm.

138. Name the tool suitable for pulling out a large number of big nails.
(A) Claw hammer
(B) Pincers
(C) Cutting pliers
(D) Crowbar

139. In a tenoning machine, which revolving head can be raised or lowered ?
(A) Top tenoning head
(B) Bottom tenoning head
(C) Both (A) and (B)
(D) None of these

140. Name the oil preservative among the following.
(A) Zinc chloride
(B) Sodium fluoride
(C) White arsenic
(D) Creosote

141. Name the sander suitable for sanding hollows and irregular curves.
(A) Spindle sander
(B) Disc sander
(C) Belt sander
(D) Drum sander

142. In a circular saw machine, table, the grooves are made for :
(A) To support the ripping fence.
(B) To drain excess oil and dust.
(C) To support and guide mitre gauge.
(D) To hold and support crown guard.

143. The purpose of timber seasoning is not to reduce.
(A) Weight
(B) Shrinkage
(C) Hardness
(D) Warping

144. In a Plumb bob, the diameter of the wooden block is :
(A) Slightly greater than diameter of cylinder.
(B) Equal to the diameter of cylinder.
(C) Slightly smaller than the diameter of cylinder.
(D) Too greater than the diameter of cylinder

145. In an adjustable Rebate plane, the width regulating fence is provided at :
(A) In front of the plane
(B) On the side of the plane.
(C) On the back of the plane.
(D) On the bottom of the plane.

146. Name the bit suitable for boring a skewed hole or a flat bottom hole.
(A) Auger bit
(B) Expansion bit
(C) Forstner bit
(D) Wood drill

147. The density value of timber are determined at a specific moisture content of :
(A) 12%
(B) 5%
(C) 20%
(D) 30%

148. The angle of point in a centre punch is :
(A) 30 degree
(B) 60 degree
(C) 90 degree
(D) 120 degree

149. Name the Tree having short trunk and large branches.
(A) Shisham
(B) Deodar
(C) Kail
(D) Teak

150. Name the part of a tree which is responsible to form new bark on the outside and new sapwood on the inside.
(A) Pith
(B) Cortex
(C) Cambium layer
(D) Medullary rays

151. Name the simplest and most economical method of cutting up a log into boards.
(A) Quarter sawing
(B) Back sawing
(C) Radial cut
(D) Live sawing

152. When cracks develop between adjacent annual rings, it is called :
(A) Heart shake
(B) Cup shake
(C) Star shake
(D) Upset

153. Name the strongest joint, most suitable for making a table drawer.
(A) Mortise and Tenon joint
(B) Rebated butt joint
(C) Bridle joint
(D) lapped dovetail joint

154. One cubic metre is :
(A) 100 cft.
(B) 35.315 cft.
(C) 25.48 cit.
(D) 10.76 cit.

155. The plane used for providing a key for glue is:
(A) Rebate plane
(B) Toothing plane
(C) Plough plane
(D) Router plane

156. The grinding angle of chisels and plane irons are :
(A) 10 to 15 degree
(B) 15 to 20 degree
(C) 20 to 25 degree
(D) 30 to 40 degree

157. Name the chisel suitable for cutting comers less than 90 degree.
(A) Registered firmer chisel
(B) Mortise chisel
(C) Socket chisel
(D) Bevel edge firmer chisel

158. Which cramp is works on lever principle to hold work to the bench?
(A) Sash cramp
(B) Bench hold fast
(C) G-cramp
(D) Cleat

159. Convex or hollow planes are included in the group of :
(A) Bench planes
(B) Moulding planes
(C) Toothing planes
(D) Rebate planes

160. Name the equipment used to plane the end side of timber without breaking the edges.
(A) Planing trough
(B) Shooting board
(C) Mitre box
(D) Bench hook