On Tuesday, January 31st at 4 PM we will be changing blades on the table saws and band saws. This is your chance to refresh your skills. There will be assistance available on each of the saws. You do not need to sign up, just be there a few minutes before 4 PM. Be sure to bring your safety glasses. Please take the time to view the videos and manuals using the links below.
On Tuesday, January 24th at 4 PM Richard Esteb and Doug Switzer will be helping us learn about the Router Table and Handheld Routers. You do not need to sign up, just be there a few minutes before 4 PM. We will be doing hands-on learning so be sure to bring your safety glasses.
On Tuesday, January 17th at 4 PM Gary Brown and Chris Schatzman will be helping us learn about the Powermatic Hollow Chisel Mortiser and the table saw Tenoning Jig. You do not need to sign up, just be there a few minutes before 4 PM. We will be doing a hands-on project so be sure to bring your safety glasses. Please take the time to view the videos and manuals using the links below.
The square chisel mortiser (also called hollow chisel mortiser), similar to a drill press in many respects, combines the cutting of a four-sided chisel with the action of a drill bit in the center. The bit clears out most of the material to be removed, and the chisel ensures the edges are straight and clean. Link for site: https://www.scovwoodworkingclub.com/powermatic-hollow-chisel-mortiser.html
The basic task of Tenoning Jig is to help in cutting smooth tenon that creates strong long lasting glue joints. It can also be used to cut grooves and dadoes out of wood when attached with suitable table saw. It comes with adjustable angle settings that can be set for cutting straight, angled or mitered tenons. The manual is in the shop and a setup video link is below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vFmQlmV0bnk