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Metalwork. Merit Badge Workbook. This workbook can help you but you still need to read the merit badge pamphlet (book). No one can add or subtract from the. Jump to Metalwork merit badge requirements - Read the safety rules for metalwork. Discuss how to be safe while working with metal. Discuss with your Requirements revision: The requirements to this merit badge are copyrighted by the Boy Scouts of America. They are reproduced in part here under fair use as a resource for Scouts.
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Pick one and find out the education, training, and experience required for this profession. Discuss this with your counselor, and explain why this profession might interest you.
After completing the first four requirements, complete at least ONE of the options listed below.
Metalwork Merit Badge
Create a sketch of two objects to make from sheet metal. Include each component's dimensions on your sketch, which need not be to scale.
Make two objects out of or gauge sheet metal. Use patterns either provided by your counselor or made by you and approved by your counselor.
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Construct these objects using a metal that is appropriate to the object's ultimate purpose, and using cutting, bending, edging, and either soldering or brazing. One object also must include at least one riveted component.
If you do not make your objects from zinc-plated sheet steel or tin-plated sheet steel, preserve metal work merit badge pamphlet work from oxidation.
Option 2 - Silversmith Name and describe the use of a silversmith's basic tools. Create a sketch of two objects to make from sheet silver.
Make two objects out of or gauge sheet copper. Both objects must include a soldered joint. If you have prior silversmithing experience, you may substitute sterling silver, nickel silver, or lead-free pewter.
At least one object must include a sawed component you have made yourself. At least one object must include a sunken part you have made yourself. Clean and polish your objects. Option 3 - Founder Name and describe the use of the basic parts of a two-piece mold.
Name at least three different types of molds.
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Create a sketch of two objects to cast in metal. Make two molds, one using a pattern provided by your counselor and another you have made yourself that has been approved by your counselor. Position the pouring gate and vents yourself. Do not use copyrighted materials as patterns.
Using lead-free pewter, make a casting using a mold provided by your counselor. Using metal work merit badge pamphlet pewter, make a casting using the mold that you have made.
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Option 4 - Blacksmith Name and describe the use of a blacksmith's basic tools. The rules listed below apply to all four metalworking options. Always work with direct adult supervision. Always wear safety goggles or safety glasses, leather gloves, and a shop apron.
Handle sheet metal with care. It can cause serious cuts.
Scouting/BSA/Metalwork Merit Badge
Treat every cut immediately, no matter how minor. Remove all burrs from the sheet metal before attempting further work on it. Use a brush--not your hands-to clean the work area.