June Woodturning | Lidded Boxes with Morris Schlesinger

UpcomingJune Woodturning | Lidded Boxes with Morris Schlesinger

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June Woodturning | Lidded Boxes with Morris Schlesinger. Early Birdshow details + $85.40 (USD)  
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  • June Woodturning | Lidded Boxes with Morris Schlesinger
    June 6, 2020
    12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
    - Intro to Wood Turning This class is a great introduction to the world of turning, a skill that can be incorporated into furniture building or general woodworking projects as well as to produce turned objects such as spindles, bowls, pens, and round boxes. Whether you have a lathe at home and want to learn how to use it, or you plan to come to CCSA’s Woodworking Studio to make projects there, this class is for you! In this class you will learn the ins and outs of turning wood. Starting with an introduction to the lathe you will learn how to turn several basic shapes. This class covers basic safety, machine components, tools, and basic operation of the tools and equipment while making different shapes of wood. Students will then learn how to sharpen the blades and begin making spindles, ornaments, and bowls. Students are required to provide their own ANSI certified face shields which can be purchased locally at Lowe’s Hardware or Tractor Supply. They can also be purchased online. For safety purposes students should wear close toed shoes and refrain from any loose clothing or dangling jewelry. Any long hair should be tied back. The materials fee includes wood for turning spindles and blanks for bowls. Extra blanks may be purchased at class time.

Woodturning Lidded Boxes
Instructor: Morris Schlesinger
Dates: Sat., June 6 | 1-5pm
Class Fee: $91 includes materials
Early Bird Class Fee: $85.40 includes materials
Skill: must have taken Intro Class, Age:18+

Now that you know the basics of wood turning on a lathe take your skills to the next level by learning to create a beautiful lidded box.  Not only will you refresh your turning skills learned in the introductory class, you will also learn the steps for turning a box with a snug-fitting lid.  Steps include turning on end grain, bead turning, fitting the lid, sanding, and finishing.  Keep the box for yourself, make a gift, the sky’s the limit.

You must have either taken Morris’ Introduction to Wood Turning or have previous turning experience to take this class.

Students are required to provide their own ANSI certified face shields which can be purchased locally at Lowe’s Hardware or Tractor Supply.  They can also be purchased online.

For safety purposes students should wear close toed shoes and refrain from any loose clothing or dangling jewelry.  Any long hair should be tied back.

The materials fee includes wood blanks for bowls.

Upcoming2020 Woodworking Safety Course with Dean Beavers

Details Price Qty May Woodworking Safety Courseshow details +hide details – $10.00 (USD)   Quantity 0  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  Details If you would like to come to an open studio  at the woodworking studio you are required to take the woodworking safety course before attending. This class review the main machinery in the shop, how to follow safety procedures and rules of the shop, and you will create a […]

UpcomingWoodworking Safety Course with Dean Beavers

Details Price Qty April Woodworking Safety Courseshow details +hide details – $10.00 (USD)   Quantity 0  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  Details If you would like to come to an open studio  at the woodworking studio you are required to take the woodworking safety course before attending. This class review the main machinery in the shop, how to follow safety procedures and rules of the shop, and you will create a […]

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107 W Oldtown St, Galax, Virginia, United States

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