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Coffee Table Workshop

In this two-day workshop, you will learn the steps to work from a drawing to make a coffee table. Acquire woodworking techniques such as wood selection, rough milling, cutting the parts to size, joinery, and assembly. The methods that you will learn are applicable to any woodworking project and you will leave with a coffee table that you have made. You may choose from a variety of wood species: ash, maple, cherry, walnut, oak. The price of the course includes the material cost for ash or maple. You may upgrade to walnut for $140, or to cherry for $40.

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Instructor: Brad & Dylan Thomas

Workshop Day: Saturday & Sunday
Workshop Time: 9am-4:30pm

Commonly Asked Questions; 

Do I need prior experience for this course?  No, this course is great for beginners and avid woodworkers.  

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Luke Anderberg
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The two day workshop with Dylan and Brad is exceptional. The scope and sequence of theory, process and fabrication is thorough, planned and delivered for the inexperienced, yet also informative and fortifying for those with experience. Out of the gate, the detailed plans allow all participants to visualize individual components easily, layout and working lengths also clear and professionally drawn, with a multitude of views. Every aspect of the scope and sequence is supported with theory of wood and movement, joinery best practices and sanding. All machinery and tools used are very clearly explained and expertly guided during use; entirely supportive of novice learners and complimentary for those a little more experienced. The working environment is excellent, spacious and well-equipped. ANY level of woodworker would benefit from this workshop, whether it be a springboard for the new woodworker, the experienced hobbyist to the woodshop teacher!

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Great workshop

Brad and Dylan are a great instructor duo. Start with wood selection. Jointing and planing. Then cutting and gluing. Put a crown joint in the legs and skirt. Sand. Assemble. Not prior experience assumed although best to have a bit of power tool use.

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Luke Anderberg
Coffee Table Workshop

The two day workshop with Dylan and Brad is exceptional. The scope and sequence of theory, process and fabrication is thorough, planned and delivered for the inexperienced, yet also informative and fortifying for those with experience. Out of the gate, the detailed plans allow all participants to visualize individual components easily, layout and working lengths also clear and professionally drawn, with a multitude of views. Every aspect of the scope and sequence is supported with theory of wood and movement, joinery best practices and sanding. All machinery and tools used are very clearly explained and expertly guided during use; entirely supportive of novice learners and complimentary for those a little more experienced. The working environment is excellent, spacious and well-equipped. ANY level of woodworker would benefit from this workshop, whether it be a springboard for the new woodworker, the experienced hobbyist to the woodshop teacher!

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Great workshop

Brad and Dylan are a great instructor duo. Start with wood selection. Jointing and planing. Then cutting and gluing. Put a crown joint in the legs and skirt. Sand. Assemble. Not prior experience assumed although best to have a bit of power tool use.