Duration: One day
Class Size: Maximum of four students
In this one-day class, students will route and glue up a 18” X 22” Tahoma frame. The “S” shaped miter makes this frame both attractive and exceptionally easy to make. When joined with pinch dogs the miter locks at 90-degress and does not slip. After glue up, the “S” joint will be reinforced with an exposed spline, making the frame incredibly strong.
As part of the class each student will take home a CNC made template for making the “S” shaped miter joint. The template can be used to produce frames from 12” to 48”.
- Measuring tools – squares, tape measure
- Steel hammer
- Small plastic-headed mallet
- Small adjustable square (4″ or so) or square saddle
- 3/16″ Lee Valley square punch with 4” (or longer) 9/64” twist bit
- As an alternative, students may opt for round (dowel) pegs instead of square
- Besides bringing a notebook, feel free to bring along a camera to make a visual record of the jigs and setups that you use in class
Contact Darrell to enroll in this class or be put on a waiting list. You may also call Darrell directly at (425) 277-4070 between the hours of 7:00 am and 3:00 pm (Pacific Time).