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Saturday, December 23, 2017

An Amazing 4x4 Mansion in Lekki Island, Lagos State Nigeria and Its Interior Decors..


Nothing is more attractive to me in architecture than the shape determined by Demand, Environment, Economy of material, Sustainability and ease of flow through space.. Especially when it is true to be true being a residential house. For these qualities and great architectural design, I admire the Lekki Island 4x4 mansion because of its simplicity, elegant and light attributes.

Over the years, construction of houses has taken a new shape from caves to sticks (i.e thatch and huts) to mud from clay soil and now the use of concrete made from limestone cement. In terms of modernization, we can see beautiful houses from Skyscrapers to mansions with beautiful views and penthouses. Today's housing has been revolutionized with the introduction of technology.

READ MORE:  TOP 4 MAJOR MOST COMPULSORY WALLPAPERS YOU MUST HAVE IN YOUR HOME......

The picture below depicts a 4x4 mansion with its interior decorations found in Lekki Island, Lagos State Nigeria...

                             

                             

                             

                               

                               


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Monday, November 6, 2017

TOP TIPS TO SAVING A VICTIM OF AN ELECTRIC SHOCK IN A WORKSHOP



ELECTRIC SHOCK

The surest way to avoid electric is never to work with live electrical equipment. No matter how many precautions are taken, There will still be people who suffer a shock. If this happens to someone else while you are near, Some rapid actions are needed to save the victim's life;

READ MORE: INDUSTRIAL/WORKSHOP SAFETY AND ACCIDENT PREVENTION

(i) The current should be switched off immediately if it is possible.

(ii) Never attempt to move a person who is in contact with a high voltage electric current above 650 volts.

(iii) When attempting to release someone still in contact with lower voltages, (E.g) 240V, Do not touch the person directly on the skin because you may receive a shock as well. Pull the person free with something dry and non conducting such as Rubber Gloves, Dry Wood, or Clothing.

(iv) Avoid using portable electric tools while standing on wet floors. If this must be done, wear thick rubber boots.

(v) Always switch off at the socket before filling plug. See that the machine switch is off before switching on the socket.

READ MORE: SOURCES OF ACCIDENTS

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SOURCES OF ACCIDENTS






Accident is invariably preceded by an unsafe act or unsafe condition. or in some cases say the both. That is to say that the accident that occur in the workshop or factory can broadly be classified into Unsafe Acts and Unsafe Conditions.

READ MORE: TOP TIPS TO SAVING A VICTIM OF AN ELECTRIC SHOCK IN A WORKSHOP

(A) UNSAFE ACTS
Unsafe Acts are those acts/behaviors of workers which can lead to accidents. They may be negligence to instructions. Accidents caused by unsafe acts are those accidents which might have been prevented by his own precautions.
Unsafe acts that lead to accidents in the workshop include:
(i) Working without authority or permissions
(ii) Operating at unsafe speed.
(iii) Making safety devices inoperative.
(iv) Using unsafe equipment, hands instead of equipment or using equipment unsafely.
(v) Taking unsafe position.
(vi) Working on moving or dangerous equipment's.
(vii) Distracting, Teasing, Abusing, Startling etc.
(viii) Failure to use safe dresses or personal protective devices.


(B) UNSAFE (Mechanical or Physical) CONDITIONS
Unsafe conditions are those operating conditions which lead to accidents. Accidents caused by unsafe conditions are not the fault of the workers. They may be as a result of faulty designs or construction of machine, Building, Operating Practices, Lack of Standardization, etc.
The unsafe mechanical or physical conditions that can lead to accident include:
(i) Inadequately Guarded.
(ii) Unguarded
(iii) Defective Condition ( Rough, Sharp, Slippery, Decayed, Corroded, Cracked, etc.)
(iv) Unsafe Design or Construction.
(v) Inadequate or Unsuitable Illumination.
(vi) Inadequate or Improper Ventilation.
(vii) Unsafe Dress or Apparel.

(viii) Unsafe Method, Process, Planning etc.

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INDUSTRIAL/WORKSHOP SAFETY AND ACCIDENT PREVENTION




Industrial/Workshop safety is defined as a situation which is free from danger or risks. Accident is defined as an unplanned, not necessarily injurious or damaging event which interrupts the completion of an activity. When accident occurs in a factory or workshop, damage may be done on either man, material or machine, or any combination of these three.

READ MORE: TOP TIPS TO SAVING A VICTIM OF AN ELECTRIC SHOCK IN A WORKSHOP

Everyday, a large number of accidents occurs in our factories. These sometimes results in death, sometimes in permanent disablement and in many cases, Fortunately, in nothing worse than a few days or weeks absence from work. Even if an accident does not render the victim unfit for work, It makes him liable to infections or any other of the ills which may be contracted as a result of injury and shock.

READ MORE: SOURCES OF ACCIDENTS

It has been observed that a lot of accidents occurs because of lack of safety awareness. Men fall from ladders, Operate their machines without a guard, Drop objects on their toes and cut their hands because of the misuse of tools. In every three accidents which occurs, two are caused by the personal element of the victim, and one by means beyond his control.

To put it briefly, We may say the two out of three are the victims own fault and the third was his employer's fault for not making safe working conditions.

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BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO MARKING - OUT


BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO MARKING - OUT
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Before any work of cutting and shaping can be carried out to produce a component, The shape of the part and the position of holes and slots need to be drawn on the material, to be be a guide with which the filter can work.
This reproduction of engineering drawing on the material before commencing work is called "MARKING - OUT" and it must also be marked accurately.

READ MORE: TOP 7 PRECAUTIONS TO TAKE WHILE USING THE MARKING OUT TOOLS

 The first principle of any marking out is that all the lines must be measured from one vertical and one horizontal base line or datum. The lines are cut into the surface of the workpiece by the very hard and fine point of a scriber, chalk being used to make the line show more clearly. One line must be scribed and if this is to mark a hand or machine-cut edge, It must also be lightly center punched at intervals. The rough edge of the cut will obscure the line just as the final cut is due but the punch marks should show as a check on the accuracy of machining. Holes for drilling should be heavily punched at their centers, The circumference being lightly punched also.

Marking Out tools are of different various types which is well illustrated below.

READ MORE: Types of Marking Out Tools

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Tuesday, October 3, 2017

HOW TO USE THE MICROMETER


(1) Check the zero reading.

(2) Place the part to be measured in between the measuring faces.

(3) Advance the spindle by rotating the thimble until the measuring faces tough the part to be measured.

(4) Note the reading both on barrel scale and the circular scale of the thimble.

Reading = (Reading on barrel) + (0.01 x Reading of the thimble).



Sleeve Reading = 12.00
Thimble Reading = 0.01 x 8
Therefore, Anvil Gap = 12.00 + 0.08 = 12.08

Note; Inside Micrometers and Depth, Micrometers used to measure internal dimensions and depths respectively, works with the same principle of micrometer screw gauge.
The reading of these instruments are the same.

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HOW TO READ A VERNIER CALIPER

Reading The Vernier Caliper

READING A VERNIER CALIPER
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The main scale is read off up to the zero of the vernier scale. The vernier scale is read off at the division which coincides exactly with a main scale division.
This vernier scale reading is the number of 0.02 mm which must be added to the main scale reading.
So the number read off the vernier scale must be multiplied by 0.02.

Total reading = Opening of jaws of vernier caliper = Reading on main scale against zero mark on vernier scale + 0.02 x Mark number on vernier scale which coincides with a mark on main scale.

READING A VERNIER CALIPER
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Reading = 22 + (0.02 x 16) = 22.32 mm

 It should be noted that vernier height gauges, vernier depth gauges used for measuring differences in height of two points and depth of holes respectively are similar to vernier caliper. The readings or scales of these other two instruments are the same as that of vernier caliper.

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TOP 7 PRECAUTIONS TO TAKE WHILE USING THE MARKING OUT TOOLS




(1) Keep all marking - out tools clean and slightly oiled, and well away from all other tools.

(2) Take care to clean the tools and the work-piece before starting to mark out.

(3) Handle the tools carefully - no knocking or rubbing of the surface.

READ MORE: BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO MARKING OUT

(4) When transferring measurements from a rule, check that the point is fitted into the rule division accurately.

(5) Check that the clamps are tight on the scribing block.

(6) Center punch very lightly and exactly on the lines and line junctions.

(7) Always work from one vertical and one horizontal base line.


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Sunday, October 1, 2017

4 Most Best Used Measuring Instruments you must have in a workshop


                                         MEASURING INSTRUMENTS

Mass Production which is the foundation of modern industry is based on measured and interchangeable parts. That is to say that mass production is impossible if component parts could not be produced to close dimensional tolerances and thus made interchangeable.
If component parts should be produced to close dimensional tolerances, then measurements must be employed. In short measurement is used to control the dimensional accuracy of components being produced.

The measuring instruments can be classified into;

(A) DIRECT MEASURING INSTRUMENTS: In direct measuring instruments, The dimension is determined directly. (e.g) Micrometer, Vernier Caliper, Vernier Height Gauge, Bevel Protractor etc. Such Instruments are simple and most widely used in production.

(B) INDIRECT MEASURING INSTRUMENTS: In indirect measuring instruments, The dimensions are determined by measuring other values functionally related to the required value.
E.g Dividers, Caliper, Sine Bar, Sine Center etc.
Below are the most best used measuring instruments you must have in a workshop.

(1) CALIPERS: Calipers are used to pick off dimension or distance from a workpiece. This setting is then measured with a scale, vernier caliper or micrometer. There is no provision for reading the caliper directly. That is why it is grouped as indirect measuring instrument. Calipers are designed as:
Outside Caliper, Inside Calipers and Odd leg or Hermaphrodite Calipers.
(i) The Inside caliper measures holes or inside dimensions 
(ii) The Outside caliper measures thickness and outside dimensions.
(iii) Hermaphrodite caliper have one leg bent and the other leg equipped with scriber. Distances from the edge of a workpiece may be scribed or measured with this caliper.
(iv) Dividers: The dividers look like calipers, except that they are equipped with two scribers. They are used for taking accurate measurements or scribing of Arcs. They are used mainly for the layout of  a workpiece.
(v) Vernier Calipers: The vernier caliper consists of a main beam of rectangular section with an integral fixed jaw. The beam is marked with a scale graduated into millimeter and half millimeters.

A second jaw is mounted upon the beam and can be moved along it. This sliding jaw has a clamp screw and its frame is marked by a vernier scale. The component or thickness to be measured is placed between the jaws of the caliper and the sliding jaw closed up to obtain a correct feel. The sliding jaw is then clamped to the beam and the caliper removed for reading.
NOTE: When the zero on the vernier scale coincides with the zero on the main scale, the number of divisions on the vernier scale is one more or less than the number of division on the main scale with which it coincides exactly.

In metric systems, there are two variations of vernier scale:
(i) Where the main scale is graduated into 1 mm and 0.5 mm.
(ii) Where the main scale is graduated in whole 1mm only.

(2) MICROMETER SCREW GAUGE: The Principle of micrometer consists of the employment of a screw and a nut, both having accurately cut thread. One complete revolution of the screw will advance it in relation to the nut threads, A distance equal to the lead of the thread. The parts of a micrometer includes;
(i) a U - Shaped Frame
(ii) The Barrel or Sleeve
(iii) The Thimble
(iv) The Spindle
(v) The Anvil
(v) The Ratchet etc.
  
The linear/main scale of the micrometer graduated in mm is engraved on the barrel (sleeve), While the vernier/circular scale with 50 divisions is engraved on the bevelled surface of the thimble. The spindle is rotated by the Thimble. The spindle thread has a pitch of 0.5 mm. One complete turn of the spindle therefore moves the spindle through a distance of 0.5 mm. Since the thimble has 50 equal divisions, It then implies that turning through one divisions. Therefore moves the spindle through 0.5/50 =0.01 mm.
This is the accuracy of reading the micrometer, on the smallest dimension which the micrometer can measure.

(3) SLIP GAUGES: Slip Gauges are the practical standard of length for use in the workshop where a tolerance as low as 0.001 mm is needed. These are rectangular blocks of steed having a cross - section of about 32 mm and 9 mm.
These gauges before being finished to size, are hardened and carefully matured so that they are independent of any subsequent variation in shape or size. After being hardened, The blocks are carefully finished on their measuring faces to such a fine degree of finish, flatness and accuracy that any two such faces when perfectly clean may be wrong together. This is accomplished by pressing the faces into contact and then imparting a small twisting or sliding motion while maintaining the contact pressure. When two gauges are wrong, together they adhere so that considerable force is needed to separate them and the overall dimension of a pile made of two or more blocks so joined is exactly the sum of the constituent gauges. Gauge blocks are available in sets with steps of 10, 1, 0.1, and 0.001 mm.
On small size blocks, the size is marked on the measuring face, and large blocks are marked on a side surface. Slip gauges are available in sets of 46 pieces, 110 pieces etc.
For example, A set of 110 pieces consists of the following sizes:

       SIZE                                     INCREMENT                              NO. OF PRICES

1.001 to 1.009                                      0.001                                                      9
   1.01 to 1.49                                          0.01                                                     49
 1.50 to 24.50                                        0.50                                                      48
     25 to 100                                          25.00                                                      4

(4) SINE BAR: Under shop conditions, the sine bar is the most accurate straight bar in which two accurately lapped cylindrical plugs are located with extreme precision. There are two common types of sine bar designs.

SINE BAR
Fig (a)
SINE BAR
Fig (b)
In design (a) as shown above in fig (a), The ends of the bar are stepped and the plugs are secured into each step by screw.
In design (b), The plugs project about 12 mm from the front face of the bar. The center to center distance of the plugs is 100, 200, 250, or 300 mm. 

The following conditions must be satisfied to close tolerance;

(1) The diameter of the plugs must be the same.
(2) The center distance between the plugs must be absolutely correct, and the centerlines of the two plugs must be parallel.
(3) One surface (The Measuring Surface) of the sine bar must be absolutely parralel to the center line of the plugs.

The sine bar is always used in conjunction with a true surface (surface plate). The angle  to be measured is determined by an indirect method, as a function of sine. For this reason, the device is called the sine bar.


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Friday, September 29, 2017

TYPES OF MARKING OUT TOOLS AND THEIR USES.

Below is a comprehensive list of marking out tools and their uses listed out and these marking-out tools include:

READ MORE: BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO MARKING OUT

(1) SURFACE PLATES
  This is a thick rigid and very flat plate which is used as the horizontal datum. It is made of cast iron and have very flat rectangular surface.

SURFACE PLATES

(2) ANGLE PLATES
  These are heavy and rigid, and the workpiece may be clamped finally to them on the surface plate. Angle plates are made from cast iron.

ANGLE PLATES

(3) VEE - BLOCKS
  Vee Blocks are supplied in pairs. They are rectangular with a vee-shaped recess in one side and are used on the surface plate to support cylindrical works. Vee Blocks are made of chilled cast iron.

VEE BLOCKS

(4) SCRIBERS
  The Scriber is a thin rod with very hard, fine pointed ends which is used to cut the lines in the surface of the workpiece. Scribers are made from hardened and tempered high carbon or cast steel.

SCRIBERS

(5) SCRIBING BLOCK
  The Scribing Block has an accurately machined flat base and a supporting pillar upon which is mounted a scriber with a hooked end. The scriber can be clamped at any desired position on the pillar, and then brought into contact with the work. 
Finally, the base of the scribing block is held firmly against the surface plate and moved slowly so that the scriber marks a line on the component. By raising or lowering the scriber point, lines parallel to the first can be marked on the work. Scribing Block is made from high carbon or cast steel.

SCRIBING BLOCK

(6) STEEL RULE
  The rule is usually graduated in millimeters and inches measurements are picked from the steel rule.

STEEL RULE

(7) TRY SQUARE
   The Try Square is used with the feeler gauges to check the accuracy of right angled corners and with a scriber to mark out lines at 90 degrees to an accurate edge.

TRY SQUARE

(8) DIVIDERS
  This is used to transfer measurements from a rule and to scribe circles and arcs.

DIVIDER

(9) HERMAPHRODITE CALIPERS
  They are used to to scribe lines parallel to an accurate edge, The hooked end being drawn along the edge.

HERMAPHRODITE CALIPERS

(10) CENTER PUNCH
  The center punch is used to mark light points on scribed lines which are the limits of a surface or edge.

CENTER PUNCH
CENTER PUNCH


















READ MORE: TOP 7 PRECAUTIONS TO TAKE WHILE USING THE MARKING OUT TOOLS

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TOP BEST WAYS TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR MEASURING INSTRUMENTS

The following precautions should be taken when using measuring instruments of all types:


READ MORE4 Most Best Used Measuring Instruments you must have in a workshop



(1) Clean both the measuring faces of the instruments and the work-piece very carefully to remove all dirt's, oil, and metal chip.

(2) Check the instrument for accuracy before using. Adjust and re-check, if necessary.

(3) Do not use on any moving surface.

(4) Do not hold the instrument on the hands for longer than is necessary. The heat of the hand is sufficient to cause an expansion which will affect the accuracy of the reading.

(5) Keep the measuring faces at right angles to the work-piece.

(6) Avoid excessive pressures on micrometer spindle. Use the ratchet. Do not over strain the fine adjustment device on the vernier caliper.

(7) Do not use measuring instrument for any purpose for which they were not designed.

(8) Do not throw precision instrument down on to the bench - keep them apart from ordinary tools and always return them to their cases when not actually in use.

(9) Clean after use and give a thin film of non - corrosure oil.

READ MORETOP 7 PRECAUTIONS TO TAKE WHILE USING THE MARKING OUT TOOLS


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Tuesday, September 26, 2017

The Framed Peacock, a wonderful artwork design by a facebook user.

    I can actually say that this is one of the most astonishing artworks i have seen today, I love creative people especially the one's that are best at it because that is one of the reasons why this platform was built. "MyFurniturezWorld Blog" was created to help uplift and promote the world of art and craft-work Designs to enable us imbibe the culture of creative thinking by bringing our ideas, dreams and designs into reality through the help of wood-works and then turning it into "FURNITURE" so as to beautify our homes and environments in order to make the world a better, lovely and presentable place to live in. 
    I was captivated by this wonderful artwork design done by a noble facebook user by name "Ravenwing Hughes" which according to her, named her work as "The Framed Peacock". 
Her artwork depicts a true image of a peacock popularly known all over the world for its Amazing Nature of Pride, Beauty, and Dignity.
    The peacock is highly known for it's characteristics, It is one of the most beautiful bird in india, Their adoring beauty and astonishing feathers has long been used for adornment. It is said to be the National Bird of India and a Physical Representation of the Hera, Queen of the God's.
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Check out this Paper Robot Design done by this handsome little kid


The Framed Peacock, a wonderful artwork design by Ravenwing Hughes.



The Framed Peacock, a wonderful artwork design by Ravenwing Hughes.

The Framed Peacock, a wonderful artwork design by Ravenwing Hughes.

                                                                                 Photo Credit: Ravenwing Hughes

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Awesome Spray Painting work done by a young lady facebook user

Just a few hours ago i shared the a post on PAPER ROBOT DESIGN , I was astonished when i saw the use of brush and paint being brought into creativity and i love it when i see raw talents being brought into a creative reality...This young beautiful lady facebook user by name NIDHI JETHVA has decided to share a part of her awesome work with the world..isn't that wonderful??
The painting is self explanatory and showcases the wonderful art of Nature and the beauty of Africa..
This is really an amazing painting work.
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The Framed Peacock, a wonderful artwork design by Ravenwing Hughes


Spray Painting Work

Spray Painting Work.

                                                                                                 Photo Credit: Nidhi Jethva

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Check out this Paper Robot Design done by this little Handsome Kid.

Just a few hours ago, I shared a post on  Awesome Spray Painting Work done by a Young Lady Facebook UserI am a big fan of art especially when it comes to Artworks and Crafts. While i was busy scrolling through my facebook page i came across this fascinating craft work done by this little handsome kid which he shared on facebook. His mum would be so proud of him as she exclaims in joy saying "My Son Made a Craft"...guess what this paperwork is all about?
He made a full standing robot using a paper, probably one the robots he has seen in one the cartoons but what marvelled me was how he was able to do that with a paper.
I call that an art of Ideology in Creativity.

See pictures of this lovely paper robot design made by little kid below..





                                           Photo Credit: SHIULI NATH

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