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Woodworking 2: Joinery and Intermediate Techniques

This class will expound upon the foundational skills of woodworking by focusing on several ways to create strong, lasting joints and you’ll also learn their structural value and adaptable uses for a variety of applications.  You will use the router table, mortising machine, table saw, and various hand tools to create a variety of joints to include: mortise and tenon, rabbet joints, mitre joints, dowling, and “Biscuit” joints. 

Instructors:
Section A –  Willie Wolf
Section B –  Matt Brenn
Section C – Tim Bevacqua

    Section A: Mondays [4 weeks] October 16 – November 6: 1:30 – 4:30pm* 

    Section B: Mondays [4 weeks] October 16 – November 6 : 6:30 – 9:30pm

    Section C: Wednesdays [4 weeks] November 8 – December 4th [skip Nov 22] : 6:30 – 9:30pm 

    • Skill Level: Intermediate
    • Prerequisites: Completion of any of the following classes: Woodworking 1, Getting Back into Woodworking, or Introduction to Woodworking

    Class fees by level:     NC State Students – $110     Public – $165