Which machines do you need to build furniture? You will be surprised that the table saw isn’t one of them. Discover which machines will save you time and give you the accuracy you need to make great pieces. Learn about the prominent features of these Top 5 machines and how to use them successfully.
Machines help you mill lumber, create square edges and cut joints. Is a multi-purpose machine the answer or a giant table saw? In this Online lecture discover the top five machines that any furniture maker will need. Learn how to shop for machines and what to look for in them. Discover how to give them each a quick tune-up and watch safety techniques for all these essential machines.
Join us August 12th for our Online Lecture on the Top 5 Machines. Sign up to listen and watch from the safety of your home for this information packed two hours courtesy of Zoom. There will be plenty of time at the end of the chat to ask your questions too. This is how Zoom will work: you pay via Paypal on our website or mail in a check with the class information on the registration form. When I receive payment, I send you an Invitation to register. When you go to Zoom and register, then I approve your registration and you get put on our class list. I will also send you information about the course. Zoom will automatically send you reminders a week before, a day before, and an hour before the Online course. It also keeps track of who showed up and relieves us of last minute duties. Be sure to register at least an hour before class begins.
Gary Rogowski is the Director of The Northwest Woodworking Studio in Portland, OR. He has been designing and building furniture since 1978. His design work has been shown at museums and galleries nationwide. As a Contributing Editor at Fine Woodworking Magazine for fourteen years, he wrote, The Complete Illustrated Guide to Joinery. It is now in its 18th printing and translated into many languages. His latest book is entitled Handmade: Creative Focus in the Age of Distraction, Linden Publishing.
Follow him on Twitter @GaryRogowski and listen to his practical, philosophical and humorous podcast: “Splinters with Gary Rogowski”.