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 Fall & Winter class schedule now available.

Making Raised Panel Doors with Tim Spratlin

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The raised panel door is a basic part of most furniture carcase construction, but is also used extensively in cabinet making. Tim will guide students thru the finer points of making raised panel doors. Proper sizing of the door to fit into an opening along with sizing the floating panel to allow for seasonal expansion and contraction are an essential part of the class. Students will use the router table and a set of “cope & stick” bits to make the stiles and rails. Students will use vertical & horizontal raised panel bits to form the panel. Each student will make a door they can then use as a model in their own workshops. Tuition: $95.00 plus materials

                 

                  Section 120714B:    Sunday, December 7,  10:00am - 4:30pm

 

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Testimonials

3/17/2012

Matt,
Thanks for a great class today at the Connecticut Valley School of Woodworking.

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3/9/2014

Hi Bob,

Thank you for a great class. You are a natural born teacher. You made the material concise and easy to understand.

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