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$225.00

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Cabinetmaking 1: Carcass and Face Frame

Saturday, February 24, 9:30 AM - 5:30 PM

he carcass is the box, the face frame is the solid wood frame attached to the front of the box. This class will cover different methods of box construction, joinery, and equipment use. You will use the table saw, miter saw, hand drill, pocket hole jig, and random orbital sander. You will leave with a full size sample cabinet to take home and reference! Come prepared to take plenty of notes and pictures for future reference. *Attend all 3 cabinet making classes and receive a 10% discount

$225.00

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Cabinetmaking 2: Raised Panel Door

Saturday, March 9, 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Raised panel doors are the most complex component of cabinetmaking. When you complete this class you will have the confidence to tackle a bathroom or an entire kitchen of doors and drawer fronts! In this class you will use the table saw, miter saw, jointer, planer, router table, hand router, and random orbital sander. The door in this class will fit the cabinet in the Carcass and Face Frame class. Come prepared to take plenty of notes and pictures for future reference! *Attend all 3 cabinet classes for a 10% discount

$100.00

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Sharpening Lathe Tools

Saturday, March 9, 9:30 AM - 12 PM

No experience is required for this class. This is a class for all turners with or without previous woodturning experience. Everything for the class will be provided, including sharpening equipment and tools to practice your sharpening on. You are encouraged to bring your own tools so you can practice sharpening them, but it is not a requirement. Mark Will Cover: Types of sharpening systems available. Types of grinding wheels available. Setup of the Oneway sharpening system for sharpening with a jig and for sharpening with a platform Honing tools Sharpening of for a variety of turning tools including various grinds for spindle roughing gouges, spindle gouges, bowl gouges, detail gouges, skews, scrapers, thread chasers, and custom turning tools. Mark will tell you how to determine when your tools need sharpening, and he can help you decide which grind you want for your tools. He will help you achieve that grind during the class. We will discuss ways to make sharpening repeatable so that you are not overgrinding your tools

$120.00

All Levels

Intro to Woodturning

Saturday, March 9, 12:30 PM - 4:30 PM

This class is for new turners, or people who are interested in woodturning, but have no knowledge or experience. Mark will cover: How to get wood for turning, properties of wood and grain orientation while turning, preparation of wood for storage and drying. Basic woodturning tools, Gouges, Skews, Scrapers, Parting Tools. Conventional tools and turning tools with carbide inserts (This class uses conventional woodturning tools). Basic tool sharpening for spindle gouges and spindle roughing gouges. Basic operation of the lathe, including an explanation of the parts of the lathe, work holding on the lathe, and lathe maintenance. Woodturning safety, including eye and face protection, inspection of the lathe and wood before turning, safe turning speeds for varying projects. We will make a bead and cove stick for practice, and a wood scoop or a wood vegetable peeler that you will take home. All wood, tools and turning kits for the peeler or scoop will be provided. However, you may bring your own tools to the class if you have them.

$225.00

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Cabinetmaking 3: Drawer Construction

Saturday, March 23, 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM

If it's a cabinet or a rollout in a pantry or base cabinet, this class will give you the tools to construct solid drawers that will last longer than the cabinets you will install them in! We will cover many different ways to construct a strong, reliable drawer. Drawer hardware will be discussed in depth as well. The hard part will be dicing which option you want to use! The drawer made in this class will fit the cabinet made in the Carcass and Face Frame class. Come prepared to take plenty of notes and pictures for future reference! *Attend all 3 cabinet making classes and receive a 10% discount.

$150.00

Beginner/Intermediate

Bowl Turning

Saturday, April 13, 9:30 AM - 3 PM

This class requires that you have completed the introduction to woodturning class, or that you already have some experience turning bowls. We will discuss how to acquire and preserve wood for bowls, how to rough turn bowls green and how to later turn them into a finished product. You will create a bowl that you can take home. Mark will cover: How to prepare timber blanks for bowl turning. How to sharpen a conventional bowl gouge and a scraper. How to position the tools to create efficient cuts with bowl gouges and scrapers. How to avoid “catches” while using the bowl gouge. How to hold the wood on the lathe for shaping and hollowing, and how to sand and apply a finish to the bowls. How to finish the base of the bowl. Mark will provide a bowl blank and woodturning tools for you to use. You can bring your own tools if you wish, and it is encouraged if you have them, but it is not a requirement.

$150.00

All Levels

Hand Carving

Saturday, April 13, 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Learn hand carving from master carver Dale Green.

$100.00

All Levels

Sharpening Lathe Tools

Saturday, May 4, 9:30 AM - 12 PM

No experience is required for this class. This is a class for all turners with or without previous woodturning experience. Everything for the class will be provided, including sharpening equipment and tools to practice your sharpening on. You are encouraged to bring your own tools so you can practice sharpening them, but it is not a requirement. Mark Will Cover: Types of sharpening systems available. Types of grinding wheels available. Setup of the Oneway sharpening system for sharpening with a jig and for sharpening with a platform Honing tools Sharpening of for a variety of turning tools including various grinds for spindle roughing gouges, spindle gouges, bowl gouges, detail gouges, skews, scrapers, thread chasers, and custom turning tools. Mark will tell you how to determine when your tools need sharpening, and he can help you decide which grind you want for your tools. He will help you achieve that grind during the class. We will discuss ways to make sharpening repeatable so that you are not overgrinding your tools

$120.00

All Levels

Intro to Woodturning

Saturday, May 4, 12:30 PM - 2:30 PM

No experience is required for this class. This class is for new turners, or people who are interested in woodturning, but have no knowledge or experience. Mark will cover: How to get wood for turning, properties of wood and grain orientation while turning, preparation of wood for storage and drying. Basic woodturning tools, Gouges, Skews, Scrapers, Parting Tools. Conventional tools and turning tools with carbide inserts (This class uses conventional woodturning tools). Basic tool sharpening for spindle gouges and spindle roughing gouges. Basic operation of the lathe, including an explanation of the parts of the lathe, work holding on the lathe, and lathe maintenance. Woodturning safety, including eye and face protection, inspection of the lathe and wood before turning, safe turning speeds for varying projects. We will make a bead and cove stick for practice, and a wood scoop or a wood vegetable peeler that you will take home. All wood, tools and turning kits for the peeler or scoop will be provided. However, you may bring your own tools to the class if you have them

$150.00

All Levels

Bowl Turning

Saturday, June 8, 9:30 AM - 3 PM

Learn the techniques of bowl making from master Mark Huber. Some woodturning experience preferred but not required.

$150.00

All Levels

Hand Carving

Saturday, June 8, 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Learn hand carving from master carver Dale Green.