No woodworking experience required.
Dovetail joints are a sign of true craftsmanship. Learn how to make a half-blind dovetail, a type of joinery commonly used in drawer-making.
Learn: Students will learn how to layout and cut a half-blind dovetail joint using a handsaw and chisel, for use on drawers and case pieces. Joining drawer sides to drawer fronts using the half-blind joint leaves the front of the drawer without visible joiinery while providing superior, interlocking strength.
Tuesday, July 12 | 6pm - 9pm
Cost: $45 members; $54 supporters; $60 non-members
Instructor: Paul Boa
Fueled by a passion for woodworking, engineering and building, Paul’s career has included carpentry, cabinetmaking, timber framing, CAD/CAM, production design and teaching. After graduating from the George Brown College of Applied Arts and Technology, Paul ran his own cabinetmaking shop in his native Toronto. During a timber framing class at Bensonwood in 1987, Paul found the path to combine his love of large construction with fine woodworking. He and his wife immigrated to Alstead, NH, Paul joined the Bensonwood Beam Team, and he hasn’t looked back.
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