The Month of Woodworking Shows - All Seminars The Month of Woodworking Shows - All Seminars

MWWS Week 3

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Friday, March 19, 2021

- EST
Making Pens From A to Z - Step 3 Squaring
Barry Gross
Barry Gross
BG Artforms

3. Squaring Your Pen Blank

·        Barrel Trimmer Set

      o   When not to use

·        Squaring Jig – demonstrate 5in. Benchtop Disc Sander

·        Turning Tool Selection & Demonstration

      o   High Speed Steel  

      o   Carbide

- EST
Dovetail Jig
Jim Heavey
Jim Heavey
WOOD Magazine

I’ve long felt that a dovetail joint is a mark of craftsmanship. This joint is easy to make using a standard dovetail jig. I’ll show you how to set it up including the tips and techniques needed to produce this beautiful and strong classic joint.

- EST
Learn to Turn: Fancy or Faux Finish
Jeff Hornung
Jeff Hornung
The Walnut Log

You’ll learn some great embellishing techniques. Texture, paint, dyes, gilding and reactive metals. Take your turnings to the next level!

- EST
Woodturning: Surface Effects And Enhancements

Sponsored by Grex Airbrushes: Transforming any ordinary piece of wood into a unique and fantastic piece is quick and easy. In this seminar, Bradley teaches you to utilize simple techniques and materials to add a touch of accent or completely transform your work. He demonstrates the use of textures, airbrushes & stencils, wood dyes & paints, gilding cream, reactive metallic paints, and dry brushing pearlescent powders.

- EST
Woodworking Alchemy
Roland Johnson
Roland Johnson
Fine Woodworkig Magazine

Bringing old woodworking machinery back to life is a great way to fill your shop with great machines for a fraction of what new costs. We will discuss how to determine what tools are worth saving, cover resources for information or parts, and go through the basics of rust removal. I’ll also show you a slick setup tool.

- EST
Third Installment - Build A Custom Bandsaw Box
Alex Snodgrass
Alex Snodgrass
Carter Products

Building on Week 2's progress Alex continues his build of a magnetic Bandsaw box.  


- EST
Chamfers, Bevels, and Miters
Charles Bender
Charles Bender
Chuck Bender Woodworking

Whether you’re making crown molding for a piece of furniture, adding a decorative detail to a piece of millwork, or making a picture frame, the table saw is the perfect tool to cut clean, accurate miters, bevels and chamfers. Join Chuck Bender as he demonstrates the tricks of the trade for making perfect, accurate miters, bevels and chamfers.

- EST
Handplanes
Roland Johnson
Roland Johnson
Fine Woodworkig Magazine

One of the real joys of woodworking is being able to surface wood using a hand plane. In this seminar we will discuss how to turn an old Stanley Bailey bench plane into a real treasure.

- EST
Casting Pen Blanks
Barry Gross
Barry Gross
BG Artforms

3. Making Hybrid Burl Pen Blanks & Stabilizing Wood

•    Material Selection

      o    Stabilized vs non-stabilized material

      o    Stabilizing Your Wood for hybrid blanks

      o    Mold Selection – single / multiple channels / block

      o    Securing burl to mold

•    Casting your Hybrid

•    Tool Selection 

•    Turning & Finishing a hybrid pen blank

- EST
Dovetail Jig
Jim Heavey
Jim Heavey
WOOD Magazine

I’ve long felt that a dovetail joint is a mark of craftsmanship. This joint is easy to make using a standard dovetail jig. I’ll show you how to set it up including the tips and techniques needed to produce this beautiful and strong classic joint.

- EST
Learn To Turn: Basic Segmenting
Jeff Hornung
Jeff Hornung
The Walnut Log

This class will show that you don’t need an engineering degree to use flat stock to create your turning blanks. Tablesaw basics, cutting sleds and simple software can make the entire process easy enough that even I can do it!

- EST
CNC Basics
Charles Bender
Charles Bender
Chuck Bender Woodworking

The inclusion of CNC machines in the home workshop is one of the fastest growing segments in the woodworking industry. Join Chuck Bender as he sets up, calibrates and begins using a small CNC machine in his shop. With the right machine, and user-friendly software the machine will be up and running in no time.

- EST
Resin Turning: Turns Like Butter

Sponsored by Spiracraft: The turning of resin thought to be difficult and out of reach for many turners, is now quick and easy. Bradley teaches you to use modified conventional tool profiles and readily available carbide cutters to have ribbons of resin smoothly flowing from your lathe during this seminar. Your cast resin will be as smooth as a clean shave after he shares his simple techniques with you.

Saturday, March 20, 2021

- EST
Making Pens From A to Z - Step 3 Squaring
Barry Gross
Barry Gross
BG Artforms

3. Squaring Your Pen Blank

·        Barrel Trimmer Set

      o   When not to use

·        Squaring Jig – demonstrate 5in. Benchtop Disc Sander

·        Turning Tool Selection & Demonstration

      o   High Speed Steel  

      o   Carbide

- EST
Dovetail Jig
Jim Heavey
Jim Heavey
WOOD Magazine

I’ve long felt that a dovetail joint is a mark of craftsmanship. This joint is easy to make using a standard dovetail jig. I’ll show you how to set it up including the tips and techniques needed to produce this beautiful and strong classic joint.

- EST
Learn to Turn: Fancy or Faux Finish
Jeff Hornung
Jeff Hornung
The Walnut Log

You’ll learn some great embellishing techniques. Texture, paint, dyes, gilding and reactive metals. Take your turnings to the next level!

- EST
Woodturning: Surface Effects And Enhancements

Sponsored by Grex Airbrushes: Transforming any ordinary piece of wood into a unique and fantastic piece is quick and easy. In this seminar, Bradley teaches you to utilize simple techniques and materials to add a touch of accent or completely transform your work. He demonstrates the use of textures, airbrushes & stencils, wood dyes & paints, gilding cream, reactive metallic paints, and dry brushing pearlescent powders.

- EST
Woodworking Alchemy
Roland Johnson
Roland Johnson
Fine Woodworkig Magazine

Bringing old woodworking machinery back to life is a great way to fill your shop with great machines for a fraction of what new costs. We will discuss how to determine what tools are worth saving, cover resources for information or parts, and go through the basics of rust removal. I’ll also show you a slick setup tool.

- EST
Third Installment - Build A Custom Bandsaw Box
Alex Snodgrass
Alex Snodgrass
Carter Products

Building on Week 2's progress Alex continues his build of a magnetic Bandsaw box.  

- EST
Chamfers, Bevels, and Miters
Charles Bender
Charles Bender
Chuck Bender Woodworking

Whether you’re making crown molding for a piece of furniture, adding a decorative detail to a piece of millwork, or making a picture frame, the table saw is the perfect tool to cut clean, accurate miters, bevels and chamfers. Join Chuck Bender as he demonstrates the tricks of the trade for making perfect, accurate miters, bevels and chamfers.

- EST
Handplanes
Roland Johnson
Roland Johnson
Fine Woodworkig Magazine

One of the real joys of woodworking is being able to surface wood using a hand plane. In this seminar we will discuss how to turn an old Stanley Bailey bench plane into a real treasure.

- EST
Casting Pen Blanks
Barry Gross
Barry Gross
BG Artforms

3. Making Hybrid Burl Pen Blanks & Stabilizing Wood

•    Material Selection

      o    Stabilized vs non-stabilized material

      o    Stabilizing Your Wood for hybrid blanks

      o    Mold Selection – single / multiple channels / block

      o    Securing burl to mold

•    Casting your Hybrid

•    Tool Selection 

•    Turning & Finishing a hybrid pen blank

- EST
Dovetail Jig
Jim Heavey
Jim Heavey
WOOD Magazine

I’ve long felt that a dovetail joint is a mark of craftsmanship. This joint is easy to make using a standard dovetail jig. I’ll show you how to set it up including the tips and techniques needed to produce this beautiful and strong classic joint.

- EST
Learn To Turn: Basic Segmenting
Jeff Hornung
Jeff Hornung
The Walnut Log

This class will show that you don’t need an engineering degree to use flat stock to create your turning blanks. Tablesaw basics, cutting sleds and simple software can make the entire process easy enough that even I can do it!

- EST
CNC Basics
Charles Bender
Charles Bender
Chuck Bender Woodworking

The inclusion of CNC machines in the home workshop is one of the fastest growing segments in the woodworking industry. Join Chuck Bender as he sets up, calibrates and begins using a small CNC machine in his shop. With the right machine, and user-friendly software the machine will be up and running in no time.

- EST
Resin Turning: Turns Like Butter

Sponsored by Spiracraft: The turning of resin thought to be difficult and out of reach for many turners, is now quick and easy. Bradley teaches you to use modified conventional tool profiles and readily available carbide cutters to have ribbons of resin smoothly flowing from your lathe during this seminar. Your cast resin will be as smooth as a clean shave after he shares his simple techniques with you.