BEGINNING WOODWORKING


AGES: Adult

DATE: August 10 + 11, 2019

TIME: 10am-5pm

CLASS SIZE: 6 Students

INSTRUCTOR: Dustin Espey

LOCATION: South Lake Union

PREREQUISITES: None 

COST: $250 Members | $300 General

Begining woodworking Stool

This beginning woodworking class is for anyone interested in learning how to use basic wood-working tools skillfully and safely. This class is centered on building a small project, usually a step stool, in order to teach the fundamentals of carpentry. Students will learn how to identify lumber grain and direction; surface plane to mill a of lumber to thickness; joint the edge of a plank straight; Rip lumber safely on a table saw to dimension; as well as how to use a drill with countersink, round over edges with a router, sand a surfaced smooth, and cut curves on a bandsaw.