Inlays present several challenges for digital woodworkers. CNCing them involves choices in speed, depth of cut, bit choices and offset strategies. Recently, I helped a friend on Mother of Pearl inlay project and I just uploaded the story and a YouTube video on the topic at my blog at Popular Woodworking Magazine. For the story and video, just click here
On March 14-15th, 2020 and June 20-21, 2020 I’ll hold exclusive two-day classes for 2-4 students at my shop. We’ll cover basics, beyond the basics and advanced techniques in Digital Woodworking. Whether you new to these tools and techniques, just want to learn more or more advanced, these workshops are custom designed for each student’s needs. Here are the Class Syllabus and Schedule. Contact Tim for more information.
Second workshop added. On June 8-9th, I’ll hold an exclusive two-day class for 2-4 students in my shop. We’ll cover basics, beyond the basics and advanced techniques in Digital Woodworking. Here’s the Class Syllabus and Schedule. Contact Tim for more information.
On April 27-28th, I’ll hold an exclusive two-day class for 2-4 students in my shop. We’ll cover basics, beyond the basics and advanced techniques in Digital Woodworking. The syllabus and schedule will be coming soon. Contact Tim for more information.
I’m teaching two classes at the Marc Adam’s School of Woodworking this year. The first is June 18-22, 2018. It’s an intermediate class, Transitioning into the World of Digital Skills, Tools and CNCs for Today’s Woodworker. The class is designed for woodworkers and furniture makers who have or will soon have a CNC, has some experience in CAD software.
The second class is CNC Jigs, Fixtures and Layout for Digital Woodworking. The dates are June 23-24. This is for CNC owners who’d like to learn how to use CNC precision to your advantage. How to modify your CNC bed for a custom pin registration system. Various jigs and fixtures to register on the bed. Included will be customized spoil board/ clamp fixtures. Jigs for machining multiple parts at the same time and my own clamp making jigs. The system I use on my own CNCs makes accurate setup, alignment, zeroing and clamping fast and easy.