Turning “green” wood offers turners opportunities that don’t exist when using kiln-dried lumber. You are not limited by stock lumber sizes or species. The wood is actually easier to turn and it is usually free!! BUT- there are some special techniques that must be used to prepare it for turning and to preserve the piece as it dries. We will be using the “Twice-Turned” technique wherein an oversized bowl is turned from green wood that requires a few months to dry before finishing. Students will be given a dried rough bowl, previously turned by the instructor and this piece will be turned to completion, dry and ready to finish.
Come spend the weekend with Rick Angus and increase your woodturning experience. Students will turn a series of bowls during this exciting hands-on class. Some turning experience is required. Students are encouraged to bring in some examples of their previous work for discussion. Tuition: $365.00 (plus materials)
Section 010822B: Saturday & Sunday, January 8 & 9, 9:30am – 5:00pm