Woodshop Essentials: The Table Saw 102

May 22, 2024 6:00 pm


22 High Street Brattleboro

Some woodworking experience required. 
Prerequisite: The Table Saw 101 OR Milling Rough Lumber OR equivalent experience

The table saw is a versatile and powerful tool, used for ripping, cross-cutting, making angled cuts in wood, cutting joinery elements, and more. This is the second part in a 3-part series learning how to safely and confidently use this essential woodshop machine.

Learn. Topics covered in this intermediate session are:

  • Basic joinery like dados and rabbets
  • How to use a tenoning jig
  • How to use a simple jig for working with patterns and oddly-shaped pieces
  • Using stops and sacrificial fences
  • Lots of hands-on practice

Wednesday, May 22  |  6pm – 9pm

Cost: $68 members; $80 non-members
Addtl. Materials Fee: 
 All are materials included.
What to Bring: Bring any questions you have about using the table saw in your own projects.

Partial and full scholarships are available. Contact education@hatchspace.org for details.

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