Woodcraft of Atlanta
8560 Holcomb Bridge Rd., Suite 115
Alpharetta, GA 30076
As with any aspect of woodworking, sharp is a must. The Tormek Grinders provide an alternative to the traditional grinder. Come on by as we demonstrate how you can get a consistent and sharp edge to your turning tools.
When finishing a piece, there are a lot of choices available. Stop on by as we discuss the differences between using water and oil based stains. Various tips and techniques will be discussed as well.
A Hand-crafted Pen is a joy to use. Let us show you how easy it is to make one using one of our kits.
SawStop makes one of the best and safest table saws on the market. They have recently introduced a line of cast-iron router tables to go along with their saws. Let us show you all of the new accessories that go along with this exciting development.
Using a well-made knife is always a pleasure. When it is one where you have made the handle, then it is just icing on the cake. Come on by as we share tips and techniques so you can make one of your own.
Finishing is considered by many one of the toughest aspects of building a piece. What grit do I sand to? How many coats? Water vs Oil, which one and why.Come on by @ 1pm as we talk about this as well as show techniques that will give predictable, repeatable results. Bring your questions and we will give answers.
Finishing is difficult enough, yet dealing with open grain can be aggravating. Oak and Ash are the worst culprits, but walnut and mahogany also can be tricky. Let us show you various techniques and tips so you can achieve that smooth finish you are aiming for.
Learning to scroll saw can be very rewarding, opening up the world of puzzles, instarsia, and marquetry.
The Holidays are fast approaching! We can help with a variety of project kits that can be completed within a couple of days.
Learn how to create distinctive drawer pulls from scrap wood.
In the market for some Festool products? Do you have questions on any of your current Festool products? Come on by Saturday, December 8th, From 10AM to 3PM Larry Holebrook from Festool will be in our location answering questions you may have and demonstrating some of the Tools. Come on down and bring any Festool questions you may have.
Working with wood can take any number of directions and is often impacted by advances in technology. Most recently, the use of CnC machines has gained notice among those with a penchant for creative design using wood and other materials. Let us show you how to take advantage of Computer-Generated Woodworking, hands-free cutting, drilling, carving, and engraving at the push of a button!