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Woodworking and Cabinetry - CBMK 111

Course Description

In this Woodworking and Cabinetry course you will learn the principles of cabinetmaking and how different types of hardware are incorporated into building a multi-purpose cabinet.  Depending on the desired outcome, your cabinet can be designed for use as a router table in a workshop, a kitchen storage cabinet, or a night stand.

This course project will incorporate the following cabinetmaking techniques:

  • Use of plastic laminate
  • Biscuit joinery for casework
  • Stile and rail joinery for doors
  • Drawer construction
  • Installing door and drawer hardware

 

Credits: 0

Prerequisite(s):

  • One of:
    • CBMK 108
    • CBMK 201

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Course Fees

$599 Domestic students

$599 International students

*Fees subject to change

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