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Woodcraft of Atlanta

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(770) 587-3372
(770) 587-9068

8560 Holcomb Bridge Rd., Suite 115
Alpharetta, GA 30022

Hours of Operation

sunday 9 AM - 5 PM
monday 9 AM - 7 PM
tuesday 9 AM - 7 PM
wednesday 9 AM - 7 PM
thursday 9 AM - 9 PM
friday 9 AM - 7 PM
saturday 9 AM - 6 PM

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Dovetail Jigs
Saturday, January 19, 1 PM - 2 PM

Let us show you how to set up your dovetail jig to join drawers quickly and easily. By following the tips we give you, you'll be able to set up your jig and complete your first drawer in short order. You'll soon discover that using a properly-tuned jig and well-prepared stock to create snug-fitting mating dovetails can be surprisingly simple.

CnC In The Woodshop
Saturday, January 26, 1 PM - 2 PM

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 Woodcraft show you how to take advantage of Computer-Generated Woodworking, hands-free cutting, drilling, carving, and engraving at the push of a button!

Using Dye Stains
Saturday, February 2, 1 PM - 2 PM

Finishing is an important part of building a project. Let us show you how using dye stains is an effective tool to have in your finishing regimen. We will talk about layering, mixing colors, even tinting topcoats.

Router Bits & Saw Blades
Saturday, February 9, 1 PM - 2 PM

Learn about various types of router bits and which ones are the best for a particular cut. Also we will go over the different types of saw blades.

Sharpening Chisels & Plane Irons
Saturday, February 16, 1 PM - 2 PM

Sharpening chisels and plane irons is a necessary and regular part of ownership. A dull tool is a dangerous tool, while a sharp tool cuts better and is safer to use because you have more control. The results speak for themselves: you get clean, flat surfaces that are free of scratches, crisp lines that hit the mark without chipping or blowing out, and the joy of pushing or pulling a tool without undue force or stress. Let us show you how to sharpen using a jig so you can get the consistent results you're looking for.

Using Carbide Tools In Turning
Saturday, February 23, 1 PM - 2 PM

When you are learning to turn, learning to sharpen as well can be a daunting task. Carbide turning tools do not need to be sharpened, therefore you can focus on the fun of learning to turn. Come on by as we demonstrate the Easy Wood Tools, the Carter Axe, & the Woodpecker Ultra Shear Turning Tools.

Files & Rasps
Saturday, March 2, 1 PM - 2 PM

These simple shapers and smoothers require a bit of skill to use effectively, but as you'll soon see, the learning curve is surprisingly short. And unlike most other hand tools, files and rasps come ready to work fresh out of the package. Let Woodcraft show you how to shape and smooth (and sand less) with these simple tools.

Pocket Hole Joinery
Saturday, March 9, 1 PM - 2 PM

Some pocket-hole jigs are literally small enough to fit in your pocket. Larger models integrate clamping systems and lets you drill multiple holes with a single setup. As you might expect, a larger investment means that the jig is more efficient, producing each joint in less time. Come on by as we show the differences between each model and what they are best used for.

Outdoor Finishes
Saturday, March 16, 1 PM - 2 PM

Spring is Here! Time for refreshing your outdoor wood projects. We will discuss advantages/disadvantages of paints, oils, varnishes and epoxies. As a bonus, we will have some sample boards that were left out all winter!

Making A Pen Using A Lathe
Saturday, March 23, 1 PM - 2 PM

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.

Spoon Carving
Saturday, March 30, 1 PM - 2 PM

Spoon Carving is one of the few aspects of woodworking were you can start with a blank piece of wood and have a finished piece within a couple of hours. The minimalist kit consists of 2 knives, an axe and a pencil. we will also go over the use of a bandsaw and gouges.

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