Our May Mentoring Series will feature our
own John Lawson demonstrating different techniques and uses for a Tracksaw.
John has taught classes for the Alabama Woodworkers Guild since
2006, and has taught the doors and drawer front part of the cabinet class for
the Habitat for Humanity project for the past 4 years.
1000am - Meeting
Bill Newman will present the program for the general meeting
He will explain some methods for achieving accuracy and
repeatability with woodworking projects. He will discuss and demonstrate methods
of constructing jigs to improve accuracy, safety and quality of work. Bill will
discuss the use of measuring instruments such as calipers, dial gauges, dividers
and other items to make woodworking tasks easier and to improve accuracy.
He will demonstrate the use of bench hooks, simple guides for handsaws, shooting
boards, and other basic techniques to help improve the quality of results
achieved with hand tools.
2014 highlights - Habitat for
Humanity Kitchen and Vanity
Cabinet Class and Installation
New website page for members to list woodworking items they are looking
Click the button for a calendar of times when the facility is open. Note that if the calendar
displays "no supervisor", the shop is not open even though it
scheduled to be open. A supervisor must be onsite when the shop is