Saturday March 30th 2019 9-5:30 PM (lunch provided)
A $50.00 deposit is required to confirm your reservation. Deposit is refundable until 30 days before the class.
This one-day class will combine hands-on and demonstration to enable you to maximize the use of your router.
Some of the things covered in this class will include:
1) Different routers and their uses
2) Care, maintenance and safety
3) Router bit variety
4) When and how to rout by hand
5) When and how to use a router table
6) How to make a simple and effective clamp-on router table
7) How to rout biscuit slots without a plate joiner
8) Template routing
9) Raised panel doors
10) How to make and use a circle jig
11) Build a solid wood sliding dovetailed drawer
12) Inlay technique
Tools: You do not need to bring a router. If you already own one, you’re welcome to bring it in. If you do not own a router, we recommend you wait until you experience the class before you go out and buy one.
Instructor: John Randazzo
John Randazzo has been woodworking professionally since 1976. He got his start working in various kitchen cabinet shops around Pittsburgh, then worked his way up to the high end veneered furniture he makes today.
John is also highly skilled in marquetry and inlay that adorns many of his pieces. He is a master in the use of the vacuum press that he uses to press all of his veneer work as well as some solid wood applications. John has won several awards for his skillfully crafted veneered furniture. John currently runs his own shop in the Apollo area.
Get the most from your router
Learn to do more with your router. From making a frame-and-panel door to making a drawer with nothing more than a router.
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