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Beginning Box Making

July 16 - July 19 | 9:00 am - 4:00 pm


Foundation Woodworking| Learn to Make Boxes

The Beginner Box Making course builds on your woodworking knowledge and serves as a precursor to larger projects, like cabinets or drawers. Completion of Beginning Woodwork Foundation is generally required.

Level:
I

What You Will Learn:
In this four -day class, you’ll learn and practice box making techniques: design, carcass construction, resawing lumber, box joints, bevel cuts,
 
and setting hinges and hardware. You will also experiment with sliding, hinged and rabbeted lids, rabbeted and captured bottoms, 3 and 4 way
 
grain matching, and footed bases. If time allows, you’ll learn how to make bandsaw boxes.

What You Will Do:
You will design and build three to four small boxes, keeping in mind that boxes can be a maximum of 15” in any two directions. You will hone your skills by
 
constructing your designs with safe operation of power tools. You will practice different design and construction for each box.
 
The goal is to complete your pieces, aside from finishing. An oil wax finish is available. If time allows, we encourage students to complete a
 
shellac finish.

Tools Needed:
6” Engineer’s square (Starrett recommended)
 
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Materials & Books Needed:
Materials List: You can select from the following lumber for your class: Poplar, Maple, Cherry, Walnut, Sapele

 
Required book: Basic Box Making  by Doug Stowe

Syllabus:
Box Making Syllabus

Fees:
Tuition:
$650 per person
 
Studio & Materials Fee:
$60
 
Non-Refundable Registration Fee:  
$45 if this is your first time registering

What’s Next:
We recommend Cabinet Making, Joinery or Finishing as the next step in your woodworking and furniture making development. You may also
 
enjoy ancillary classes, such as Inlay & Engraving, that are open to all levels.

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Foundation Furniture July Week Box Making with Swann$650.00

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