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In this program, three women with rewarding careers in the construction trades describe their work. Menyui Leung is a welder with experience in manufacturing and shipbuilding; Suzy Zaric is a restoration carpenter specializing in damage repair; Luce Gregoire is an electrician who works on lighting and heating equipment. Conversations with co-workers and supervisors add to the descriptions of each job.
As much an art as it is a science, the model maker’s trade requires an unwavering dedication to craft and a profound knowledge of materials, methods, tool operation, and tool upkeep. This program provides an informative look at all facets of industrial model construction. It contains five main sections: the different types of model making; the correct and safe use of hand tools; portable power tools; a comparison of human-made products and natural products; and the various techniques used in the woodworking room. An ideal primer for students starting a design technology course or those wishing to refresh and enhance skills.
In this program, three women with rewarding careers in the wood products business describe their work. Jodie MacDonald is a sawmill production coordinator who liaisons with sales and marketing; Marie-Claude Giguere is a composite technologist who tests and fabricates OSB boards; and Roxanne Fayant is a crate builder specializing in extremely large-scale work. Conversations with co-workers and supervisors add to the descriptions of each job.