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Woodworking with Solids and Veneer - CBMK 112

Course Description

In this Woodworking with Solids and Veneer course you will learn about using veneers to make different grain matches as you build a hall or sofa table. Your table top will incorporate a diamond or reverse diamond veneer match, as well as inlay with a mitred border. You will also build a drawer into the apron assembly. 

A variety of design choices will allow you to build your table in a style which suits you. Curved features and an elegant floating top could showcase your table in a French provincial style, or you may choose to keep things crisp and clean by designing a hall table in a Scandinavian style.

Techniques used for this project will include:

  • Laying up and pressing veneers to a core
  • Creating an inlay together with a mitred border
  • Building jigs to safely machine shapes and contours
  • Using floating tenon joinery for leg and rail construction

 

Credits: 0

Prerequisite(s):

  • One of:
    • CBMK 108
    • CBMK 201

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$599 Domestic students

$599 International students

*Fees subject to change

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