Course: CBM200J17 – Cabinet Making Basics
Prerequisite: Fundamentals II or equivalent
Cabinet making is the fundamental place to start woodworking, and this class is designed for beginning students to make a small face frame cabinet which is the foundation of the class. Design, layout, preparing the stock and building drawers and doors are covered in detail. There will be demonstrations of many different ways to build cabinets. Safety reviews, tool set up, jigs and fixtures assembly and installation and mounting hardware. Students can choose from at least two methods of making doors and drawers based on the equipment they already own of paln to acquire. By the end of the week everyone will have made a nice oak hallway cabinet that will last for years to come. The students will gain the confidence needed to tackle other cabinet projects scch as vanites, book cases, gun cabinets, hutches and even kitchen cabinets. The skills gained can be applied to any cabinetmaking project. following this class students will tackle larger projects with a solid game plan working more efficirntly and wasting less material, They will become woodworkers not wood watchers
- tool safety
- how to layout and design cabinets
- tricks for cutting doors and drawers
- accruate ways to cut miters
- assembly methods including joinery for cabinets
- choosing and installing hardware.
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|Start date||End Date||Days||Start Hour||End Hour||Deadline||Size||Price||Deposit||Instructor||Enroll|
|2017-12-18||2017-12-22||Tu, We, Th, Fr||09:00 AM||05:00 PM||2017-12-08||0||$779||$200||Joe Tripodi|