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Cabinetry Basics: Building the Wall Cabinet

Course Overview

Considering when and where to start on that big cabinet project you want to build and install? Start here. Before you jump into a big project, learn the basic techniques, tools and equipment used by both traditional and contemporary cabinet makers. As a class project, each student builds a pine wall cabinet (24" x 32" x 5”) with a door, using hand tools, while exploring some basic machinery techniques as well. Students learn the proper techniques to cut clean mortise and tenons with chisels and drills, work with a shoulder plane to rabbet the door panel and explore the safe use of a table saw, planer, jointer, band saws, and hand saws. If time permits, finishes ranging from traditional milk paints to more contemporary varnishes suitable to cabinetry will be covered.

Dates

Fri, Jan 12th, 2018  –  Sun, Jan 14th, 2018

Course Details

Length: 2½ Days
Hours: Day 1: 5pm-9pm; Day 2/3: 9am-5pm
Intergenerational age: 16+
Registration Cost: $220.00 *
* Early-Bird rate in effect until Fri, Dec 1st, 2017
Includes materials fee of $60.00

Tools

You will need the following tools for this class:

measuring tape
square

Once registered, students will receive a confirmation packet in the mail that may offer additional optional tool recommendations and suggested reading.

Waiting List

This course is full.

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