Digital Woodworking Classes at HatchSpace

HatchSpace is offering 2 classes this month that introduce digital design and production for woodworking.  With “CNC” designs are created on a computer, which then drives a router to cut out the design on wood or other materials.

Make a Stool with CNC and Fusion 360

In this intro class to digital design and manufacturing, we will break into Fusion 360, a very powerful CAD software. You will be introduced to the basic user interface and be led through the steps of creating a 3D model of a stool. During the design process we will focus on designing the piece for cutting out on a ShopBot CNC Router. You will learn the safety and set up of the CNC router and prepare the machine and a file for a cut. Once cut, we will use a router table, sander, pocket hole jig to finish and assemble the stool.

4 sessions, Wednesdays and Thursdays, 6 – 8 pm

February 17 & 18 and February 24 & 25

$200 includes materials

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Create an Inlay with X-Carve

The X-Carve is a computer-guided carving machine (CNC), used with Easel, an easy-to learn design program.  Students will go through the entire process from design to finished piece.

1 session, Saturday February 19, 10 am- 1 pm

$65, includes cost of materials

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