Are you a woman interested in building her own tiny home, but have no carpentry skills? Consider the Hammerstone School Basic Carpentry Skills 101 Workshop.
The workshop takes place in New York on March 31 to April 1 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and you need no prior building experience to attend. Get all the details below!
Hammerstone School Basic Carpentry Skills 101 Workshop
2-day basic skills workshops introduce students to basic carpentry concepts of layout, cutting, and fastening, while building a pair of sawhorses that students will take home after the class. The skills learned in this class form a foundation for both rough carpentry and more detailed finish work. After this class, students will be able to safely use a range of hand and power tools and will understand the fundamentals of construction. This class can be taken as a stand-alone class, or as a pre-requisite for any of the other longer project-based classes.
Cross-cutting with handsaw
Cross-cutting with circular saw
Laying out and cutting plywood
Fastening with screws
Fastening with nails
Project Description: Students will build a pair of sturdy sawhorses that are theirs to take home after the class. These horses are constructed from 2x material and plywood, and serve as a good introduction to cross-cutting, ripping, cutting angles, and using plywood. Take Home: Students take home their assembled sawhorses.
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