Build a Tahoma Mirror/Picture Frame with Darrell Peart
In this one-day class, students will route and glue up a 14” X 22” Tahoma frame. As part of the class each student will take home a CNC template for making the “S” shaped miter joint which can be used for making frames from 12” to 48”. The “S” shaped miter makes this frame both attractive and exceptionally easy to make. When joined with pinch dogs the miter locks at 90-degress and does not slip. After glue up the “S” joint will be reinforced with an exposed spline.
Greene & Greene ebony pegs will be covered as a part of the class and a discussion on an appropriate G&G finish for the frame will be covered as well.
Tuition:$125.00 plus materials
Section: 0031615A: Monday, March 16, 2015, 9:00am - 5:00pm
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