MWWS Week 2 Seminars MWWS Week 2 Seminars

Schedule

Friday, March 12, 2021

- EST
Making Pens From A to Z - Step 2 Gluing
Join Stream
Barry Gross
Barry Gross
BG Artforms

2. Gluing Issues 

·        When to use CA Glue vs Epoxy Glue

·        Gluing acrylics – 5 minute epoxy

·        Painting tubes – 

      o   When to paint and what type of paint – When In doubt paint it! 

      o   What type of glue to use

·        CA Glue, 5 minute Epoxy, Wood, Acrylic – Painting tubes

- EST
Learn to Turn: Sharpening your lathe tools
Join Stream
Jeff Hornung
Jeff Hornung
The Walnut Log

We head to the grinder for this one and cover everything you need to know about sharpening. Class will demonstrate actual sharpening in real time plus tips and tricks to get the best edge ever.

- EST
Let the Log Lead: The Clean Up
Join Stream
Tracey Cheuvront
Tracey Cheuvront
Bastionhead Woodworks

Without expensive equipment or a big shop, learn how to clean up rough stock into stable blanks that will dry with minimal issues.

- EST
Shop Made Jigs
Join Stream
Jim Heavey
Jim Heavey
WOOD Magazine

There are many jigs that will increase the versatility and accuracy of your router. I will review some of my favorites including jigs for mortising, dado work and small part work as well as a coping sled and trammel jig.

- EST
Coloring Wood
Join Stream
Roland Johnson
Roland Johnson
Fine Woodworking Magazine

Most woodworkers are terrified of using stain or dye on their projects. This seminar will dispel the myths and provide a great foundation for applying color without failure. Color, it’s what makes the world beautiful!

- EST
Wood Turning: Refining The Shape
Join Stream

Sponsored by Robert Sorby Tools: The initial turning process is but a start. Once you have roughed in the shape of a turned piece, it is time to refine the form into a pleasing shape. In this seminar, Bradley will share his tips, tricks, and techniques to reveal a beautiful design pleasing to the eye. Refining the figure is a sculptural aspect of woodturning, where we get to bring our design ideas to life.

- EST
Second Installment - Build A Custom Bandsaw Box
Join Stream
Alex Snodgrass
Alex Snodgrass
Carter Products

Building on Week 1's progress Alex continues his build of a magnetic Bandsaw box.  

- EST
Powercarving: Simple Projects
Join Stream
Kathrina Nellis
Kathrina Nellis
Bastionhead Woodworks

A few fast, simple projects to illustrate the speed and versatility of powercarving.

- EST
Dados, Rabbets, and Grooves
Join Stream
Charles Bender
Charles Bender
Chuck Bender Woodworking

The versatility of the table saw doesn’t shine any better than when it’s put to use making joints. In one form or another, most of those joints involve removing material to create a dado or rabbet. Chuck Bender shows you multiple ways of making these essential woodworking joints.

- EST
Wicked Good Finish
Join Stream
Roland Johnson
Roland Johnson
Fine Woodworking Magazine

One of the most frequent questions I’m asked is “what is the best finish?”. In this seminar I will show you how to apply one of my favorites, true oil-based varnish. We will look at both wipe-on and brush application.

- EST
Casting Pen Blanks - Step 2 Clear Label
Join Stream
Barry Gross
Barry Gross
BG Artforms

2. Clear Label Casting Alumilite Resins & New UV Curing Resin

•    Alumilite Clear & Clear Slow Resins

•    Making Colored Blanks

      o    Mold Release – Stoner / Wax Mold Release / Ultra 4 Mold Release

      o    Alumilite Dyes & Casting Pigments

      o    Block Mold Casting ( shredded credit cards)

•    Turn & finish an Alumilite blank

- EST
Learn to Turn: Cuts and Scrapes
Join Stream
Jeff Hornung
Jeff Hornung
The Walnut Log

Need to know how to use a bowl gouge? Want to get the most out of your carbide turning tools? Then this class is for you. We cover many of the basic tools, and some specialty, in this class to get your cutting (or scraping) in the right direction!

- EST
Shop Made Jigs
Join Stream
Jim Heavey
Jim Heavey
WOOD Magazine

There are many jigs that will increase the versatility and accuracy of your router. I will review some of my favorites including jigs for mortising, dado work and small part work as well as a coping sled and trammel jig.

- EST
Timeless Tools: Taking Shape
Join Stream
Tracey Cheuvront
Tracey Cheuvront
Bastionhead Woodworks

Rough shaping and contouring techniques in green and dry wood using only hand tools. It's all about obeying the grain.

- EST
Essential Bandsaw jigs and fixtures
Join Stream
Charles Bender
Charles Bender
Chuck Bender Woodworking

The bandsaw can do far more than simply resaw lumber or cut out the curvy edge of a wall shelf. With the addition of a few shop-made jigs, you’ll be able to do more than you ever imagined with your bandsaw.

- EST
Resin Casting: Add The Pizzaz
Join Stream

Sponsored by Chroma-Craft: Want to make your resin really pop? Casting resin is like a blank canvas; there are multitudes of ingredients we can add to create genuinely unique resin art! In this seminar, Bradley demonstrates using color tints, pearlescent and iridescent powders, films, glitters, gemstones, and shells, to name just a few. Your only limitation is your imagination. Release your creativity with the information demonstrated in this colorful seminar.

Saturday, March 13, 2021

- EST
Making Pens From A to Z - Step 2 Gluing
Join Stream
Barry Gross
Barry Gross
BG Artforms

2. Gluing Issues 

·        When to use CA Glue vs Epoxy Glue

·        Gluing acrylics – 5 minute epoxy

·        Painting tubes – 

      o   When to paint and what type of paint – When In doubt paint it! 

      o   What type of glue to use

·        CA Glue, 5 minute Epoxy, Wood, Acrylic – Painting tubes

- EST
Learn to Turn: Sharpening your lathe tools
Join Stream
Jeff Hornung
Jeff Hornung
The Walnut Log

We head to the grinder for this one and cover everything you need to know about sharpening. Class will demonstrate actual sharpening in real time plus tips and tricks to get the best edge ever.

- EST
Let the Log Lead: The Clean Up
Join Stream
Tracey Cheuvront
Tracey Cheuvront
Bastionhead Woodworks

Without expensive equipment or a big shop, learn how to clean up rough stock into stable blanks that will dry with minimal issues.

- EST
Shop Made Jigs
Join Stream
Jim Heavey
Jim Heavey
WOOD Magazine

There are many jigs that will increase the versatility and accuracy of your router. I will review some of my favorites including jigs for mortising, dado work and small part work as well as a coping sled and trammel jig.

- EST
Coloring Wood
Join Stream
Roland Johnson
Roland Johnson
Fine Woodworking Magazine

Most woodworkers are terrified of using stain or dye on their projects. This seminar will dispel the myths and provide a great foundation for applying color without failure. Color, it’s what makes the world beautiful!

- EST
Wood Turning: Refining The Shape
Join Stream

Sponsored by Robert Sorby Tools: The initial turning process is but a start. Once you have roughed in the shape of a turned piece, it is time to refine the form into a pleasing shape. In this seminar, Bradley will share his tips, tricks, and techniques to reveal a beautiful design pleasing to the eye. Refining the figure is a sculptural aspect of woodturning, where we get to bring our design ideas to life.

- EST
Second Installment - Build A Custom Bandsaw Box
Join Stream
Alex Snodgrass
Alex Snodgrass
Carter Products

Building on Week 1's progress Alex continues his build of a magnetic Bandsaw box.  

- EST
Powercarving: Simple Projects
Join Stream
Kathrina Nellis
Kathrina Nellis
Bastionhead Woodworks

A few fast, simple projects to illustrate the speed and versatility of powercarving.

- EST
Dados, Rabbets, and Grooves
Join Stream
Charles Bender
Charles Bender
Chuck Bender Woodworking

The versatility of the table saw doesn’t shine any better than when it’s put to use making joints. In one form or another, most of those joints involve removing material to create a dado or rabbet. Chuck Bender shows you multiple ways of making these essential woodworking joints.

- EST
Wicked Good Finish
Join Stream
Roland Johnson
Roland Johnson
Fine Woodworking Magazine

One of the most frequent questions I’m asked is “what is the best finish?”. In this seminar I will show you how to apply one of my favorites, true oil-based varnish. We will look at both wipe-on and brush application.

- EST
Casting Pen Blanks - Step 2 Clear Label
Join Stream
Barry Gross
Barry Gross
BG Artforms

2. Clear Label Casting Alumilite Resins & New UV Curing Resin

•    Alumilite Clear & Clear Slow Resins

•    Making Colored Blanks

      o    Mold Release – Stoner / Wax Mold Release / Ultra 4 Mold Release

      o    Alumilite Dyes & Casting Pigments

      o    Block Mold Casting ( shredded credit cards)

•    Turn & finish an Alumilite blank

- EST
Learn to Turn: Cuts and Scrapes
Join Stream
Jeff Hornung
Jeff Hornung
The Walnut Log

Need to know how to use a bowl gouge? Want to get the most out of your carbide turning tools? Then this class is for you. We cover many of the basic tools, and some specialty, in this class to get your cutting (or scraping) in the right direction!

- EST
Shop Made Jigs
Join Stream
Jim Heavey
Jim Heavey
WOOD Magazine

There are many jigs that will increase the versatility and accuracy of your router. I will review some of my favorites including jigs for mortising, dado work and small part work as well as a coping sled and trammel jig.

- EST
Timeless Tools: Taking Shape
Join Stream
Tracey Cheuvront
Tracey Cheuvront
Bastionhead Woodworks

Rough shaping and contouring techniques in green and dry wood using only hand tools. It's all about obeying the grain.

- EST
Essential Bandsaw jigs and fixtures
Join Stream
Charles Bender
Charles Bender
Chuck Bender Woodworking

The bandsaw can do far more than simply resaw lumber or cut out the curvy edge of a wall shelf. With the addition of a few shop-made jigs, you’ll be able to do more than you ever imagined with your bandsaw.

- EST
Resin Casting: Add The Pizzaz
Join Stream

Sponsored by Chroma-Craft: Want to make your resin really pop? Casting resin is like a blank canvas; there are multitudes of ingredients we can add to create genuinely unique resin art! In this seminar, Bradley demonstrates using color tints, pearlescent and iridescent powders, films, glitters, gemstones, and shells, to name just a few. Your only limitation is your imagination. Release your creativity with the information demonstrated in this colorful seminar.