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Woodworking - Level 2   

Class Overview

Continue learning about woodworking and improving your techniques and skills in this hands-on class. Enjoy building a small piece of furniture as you gain confidence using your skills as a woodworker.

Review basic woodworking practices and build upon what you've learned, while practicing woodshop safety. Create a beautiful side table using a variety of tools and techniques. Explore milling and joinery techniques, and learn about power tool maintenance. You will also gain experience using the larger woodworking machines.

Please bring a notebook and pencil to the first class. Students will be required to bring their own Personal Protection Equipment (safety glasses and hearing protection) for all classes. 

Learning Objectives

  • Review woodshop safety practices with an emphasis on the joiner, planer, and table saw
  • Learn intermediate milling techniques
  • Explore intermediate joinery techniques
  • Get an introduction to new power tools
  • Learn about power tool maintenance
  • Build a small piece of furniture from wood

Who Might Enjoy This Class?

Preferred experience: successful completion of Woodworking - Level 1 offered by Seattle Central College Continuing Education or equivalent woodworking experience.

  • Woodworking students who wish to continue learning and practicing their skills in a very interactive and fun learning environment
  • Students who want to build a small piece of furniture at the Wood Technology Center with guidance and support
  • Minimum age of 18

This class is currently not available. 


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