“Decorative Veneering” by Paul Schürch DVD/Video and Companion Booklet (E102)
This is the first DVD/Video and 52 page booklet of the Schürch Masterclass Series.
Contents of this 80-minute video include:
- Introduction to Veneer
- Overview and History
- Ordering, Storing and Flattening Veneer
- Designing with Veneers and Core Materials
- Demonstrations of Tools, Cutting Techniques and Sharpening
- Demonstration of Assembly Techniques in Creating a Panel
- The Use of Glues, Veneer Presses, Sanding and Finishing
- A Portfolio of Marquetry Furniture
This is an informative, detailed, and high-quality 80 minute video/dvd on the art of Decorative Veneering by Paul Schürch. This first video/dvd covers: introduction to veneer, overview and history, ordering, storing and flattening veneer, designing with veneers and core materials, demonstrations of tools, cutting techniques and sharpening, demonstration of assembly techniques in creating a panel, the use of glues, veneer presses, sanding and finishing and a portfolio of marquetry furniture.
The companion booklet includes information from the video/dvd, as well additional information on design theory, detailed instructions, illustrations, and an extensive glossary, resource list and tool catalog. The DVD has a useful index on the menu which allows easy access to all the different chapters and tips that are covered in this instructional program, to help you in your projects.
“Decorative Veneering” by Paul Schürch Video and booklet PDF download version (E102-DL)
Movie and PDF book download version (E102-DL) The 80 minute Decorative Veneering DVD and 52 page Booklet is now available as a downloadable movie and PDF file. Once we physically receive and process your payment, you will receive a link from Hightail through YouSendIt.com within a few days. This option will save you over $19 on the mailed hard copy version.
This movie file size is about 1.33 GB and we recommend purchasing this downloadable version only, if you have high speed Internet service. The book is a 717 KB PDF file, and can be viewed from your mail program or with the free Adober Reader. You can view the video with the free Quicktime Player (PC or Mac) or with the free VLC Media Player (PC or Mac)