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Sample Sheet Metal Quiz MCQ’s Questions and Answers


The term “sheet metal” refers to any metal that can be formed into flat pieces of varying thicknesses. Thick metals are called plates. Metals used in the sheet metal industry include cold rolled steel, mild steel, stainless steel, tin, nickel, titanium, aluminum, brass, and copper.

Grade 304 is the most widely used and, while it is somewhat less corrosion-resistant, offers good formability and weldability. Standard-type magnetic stainless for sheet metal fabrication is the 400 series. Grade 410 offers less corrosion resistance but is heat treatable.

There are many different metals that can be made into sheet metal, such as aluminum, brass, copper, steel, tin, nickel and titanium. For decorative uses, some important sheet metals include silver, gold, and platinum (platinum sheet metal is also utilized as a catalyst).

Automotive bodies, aircraft frames, major home appliance housings, and building fixtures are some of the arenas where large-area sheet products are used. But there are countless applications for smaller sheet metal parts, for example, washers, beer cans, kitchenware, and utensils.

Sample Sheet Metal Quiz MCQ’s Questions and Answers

1) While working in a workshop, --------------- is the main cause of accidents.

a) Help

b) Precautions

c) Carelessness

d) Datasheet

2) Warning signs in the workshop should be obeyed

a) Sometimes

b) Always

c) At the teacher’s instruction

d) When working at the bench

3) To cut the sheet metal at 45 or 90 degrees, the----------------- machine is used.

a) Notching

b) Drilling

c) Bending

d) Welding

4) To protect your eyes you have to wear the following:

a) Safety shoes

b) Overall

c) Safety Glasses

d) Helmet

5) While working on the spot welding machines ------------ should be worn.

a) Gloves

b) Face shield

c) Overall coat

d) All of above

6) What are the dimensions of the metal sheet used for the Tool Box?

a) 410 x 410 mm

b) 10 x 10 inches

c) 450 x 450 mm

d) 12 x 12 inches

7) What procedure was used for joining sides to the already bent portion of the Tool box?

a) Arc Welding

b) Riveting

c) Gas welding

d) Resistance Welding (Spot Welding)

8) What was the sequence for fixing the Handle, Latch & Hasp?

a) Centre punch the holes/drill the holes/Screw the handle/Weld the Hasp&Latch/ Mark the position.

b) Marking the position//drill the holes/Rivet the handle/Weld the Latch&Hasp

c) Marking the position/Centre punch /Drill the holes/Rivet the handle/Rivet the Latch&Hasp

d) Rivet the handle/Rivet the Latch/Screw the Hasp/Weld the things/Mark&centre the components.

9) To make a small indentation (center hole) in sheet metal, a------------------ is used.

a) Pencil

b) Center Punch

c) Needle

d) Scribbler

10) To fasten the sheet metal with steel nails the -------------- is used.

a) Rivet Pliers

b) Pliers

c) Punch

d) Stapler

11)To bend the sheet metal by 180 degrees a -------------- is used.

a) Carpenter's Hammer

b) Ball peen Hammer

c) Mallet

d) SledgeHammer

12) One centimeter is equivalent to

a) 10 mm

b) 1 mm

c) 0.1 mm

d) 100 mm

13)Steel is made by the combination of carbon and -----------.

a) Wood

b) Aluminum

c) Rubber

d) Iron

14) The bench vice is used to -----------the metal sheet firmly during shaping operations.

a) Cut

b) Bend

c) Hold

d) Break

e) None of above

15) Hammers are classified by their weight and type of ---------

a) Head

b) Size

c) Length

d) Height

e) None of above

16) Mallets are soft hammers made of ---------------------.

a) Lead

b) Copper

c) Leather

d) Rubber

e) All of the above

17) Files are used to the ------------ metal sheet surface.

a) Finish

b) Rough

c) Cutting

d) Bending

18) While drilling the work must be firmly held by

a) drill chuck

b) machine vice or clamp

c) hand

d) bench vice

19)Internal screw threads are cut by hand using

a) Twist drills

b) Dies

c) Chisel

d) Taps

20)Safety precautions are the main causes of accidents.

a) True

b) False

21)Potentially, the greatest source of accidents is

a) Hand-driven tools

b) Power-driven machines

c) Unclean material

d) Tools with sharp edges

22)The ----------- is used to hold the material firmly during cutting and shaping operations.

a) Bending machine

b) Clamping machine

c) Notching machine

d) Bench-vise

e) None of the above

23)Metal cutting -----------are used with steel-headed hammers for chipping or cutting material

a) Hacksaw

b) Chisels

c) Punch

d) Files

24)The spot welding machine works by a combination of

a) Sheet metal and electrodes

b) Heat and spark

c) Pressure and temperature

d) Heat, pressure, and time

e) None of the above

25)A drill bit is used to cut circular holes of metal sheets and it is made of

a) High Carbon Steel

b) Pure Iron

c) Wood

d) Rubber

e) None of the above

26)The speed of a drill depends on

a) The size of the work.

b) The diameter of the hole required.

c) The length of the drill being used.

d) The shape of the hole required.

27)External screw threads are cut by hand using

a) Twist drills.

b) Dies.

c) Chisels.

d) Taps.

e) None of the above

28)Both hasp and latch (staple) are fastened on the toolbox with

a) Nut & Bolt

b) Screws

c) Welding

d) Rivets

e) All of the above

29) A---------- Machine is used to cut small pieces of sheet metal.

a) Bending

b) Welding

c) Notching

d) Drilling

e) None of above

30) Hacksaw blades are very soft and easily broken.

a) True

b) False

31) The Bunch-vise has ----------------jaws

a) Three

b) Two

c) Four

d) One

e) None of the above

The thickness of sheet metal starts from 0.5 mm and goes up to 6 mm. Anything above that is a metal plate. The thin sheet metal is easy to form, while still providing great strength. At a relatively cheap price, it makes a great fit for most engineering purposes.

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