Create an elegant maple and cherry tablet or book stand from rough lumber at the Howe Community Makerspace. THIS CLASS IS FULL.
In this 6-part class you will learn how to use the table saw, jointer, planer, router table, band saw, laser cutter, and more to make and engrave a custom tablet stand. This class earns you “Maker” status at the Howe Community Makerspace so you can use the space and tools for independent projects.
Class meets Monday evenings, 5:30 to 7:30 pm, from January 27th to March 9. No class on February 17th.
Instructor Michael Hillinger is retired software developer who now spends his time making furniture and other wood pieces for family, friends, and charity events. You can see examples of his work on Instagram at quiet_reason.
Sign up required, ages 16+. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or sign up in person at the information desk.