“Marquetry” by Paul Schürch DVD/Video and Companion Booklet (E106)
The second DVD/Video and 52 page booklet of this Masterclass Series, this comprehensive 133 minute video demonstrates the process of creating marquetry.
The set has great information for both beginning and advanced woodworkers. This project-oriented program includes step-by-step instructions for creating both a circular 16 piece radial match and a floral marquetry panel from start to finish.
You will learn:
- The History of Marquetry
- New Hand and Machining Techniques for Working Veneer
- Sand Shading Techniques
- Time Saving Tips
- Trouble-Shooting Solutions
- The Use of Glues, Veneer Presses, Sanding and Finishing
- Edging Details
This comprehensive video demonstrates the process of creating Marquetry. It is a project-oriented study that includes step by step instructions for creating a semi-circular radial match and a floral marquetry panel, start to finish.
This video also covers: The history of marquetry, new hand and machining techniques for working veneer, sand shading techniques, trouble-shooting solutions, edging details, information on glues, veneer presses, sanding, and finishing.
The marquetry furniture featured will demonstrate what is possible using the skills and techniques Paul shares with you in this video. The companion booklet supplied includes the cartoon drawing for the Radial Flower class project, and detailed information on how you can successfully create marquetry in your own shop.
“Marquetry” by Paul Schürch Video and PDF book download version (E106-DL)
The 133 minute Marquetry DVD and 52 page booklet is now available as a downloadable movie and a PDF file of the booklet. 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 1.66 GB and we recommend purchasing the downloadable version only if you have high speed internet service. You can view it 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)