I’ll be at the Ng School of Woodworking on Oct. 22-23, 2011 to teach “Making Curves in Furniture“. This two-day class will be a hands on demonstration dedicated to understanding the process of making curved panels that work. Curves can be used in furniture, both traditional and contemporary styles, modern work to sculpture, and can take veneered furniture projects to a whole new level with the introduction of curves.
There are many questions about proper bending materials, adhesives and veneering techniques that will be covered and practiced during these two days, and should be an very informative two day class for every level of woodworker aspiring to throw a curve into their next project!
– Designing with curves.
– Creating curved clamping cauls and preparing bending plywood.
– Understanding vacuum and laminating technology.
– Gluing up a curved panel with veneer.
– Sanding and finishing of a curved surface.
Please let me know if you have any questions about this class at : firstname.lastname@example.org and I look forward to working with you soon!
The maximum class size is only 12, so REGISTER TODAY!