During this class we are going to teach you how to combine woodworking and epoxy resin pouring to create an eye catching mini bench. This course will take 2 consecutive weeks and you will leave with a bench you have designed and built yourself.
Through the making process we will cover:
- Mould making
- Mixing epoxy
- Pouring epoxy
- Mould release
- Gluing up
- Mortise and tenon making
- Flattening/ sanding
- Finishing/ oiling
The course will also cover the use of the following power tools and fixed machines:
- Router table
- Hand held router
- Oscillating multi tool
- Tenon cutter
- Power drill
- Hand sander
- Speed sander
By covering all of these aspects and tools in depth you will leave the class with a deeper understanding of both woodworking and the epoxy resin process, all with a new bench in tow!
An apron, tools and materials will all be provided, but we do recommend you wear old clothes.
Cancellation and a full refund can be obtained up to 2 weeks before the course starts. Start dates may be amended on request.
Aprons will be provided but please wear old clothes.
Please note - The classes will last approximately 7 hours over two consecutive weeks. The first class will be from 10.00 - 13.00 and the second class, the week after will be from 10.00 - 14.00.
Free parking onsite: please drive up to the gates and the security attendant will let you in.
Nearest train stations: Woolwich dockyard, then 10 min walk Woolwich Arsenal, then bus (5mins) 161, 177, 180, 472 to Warspite Road North Greenwich, then bus (15mins) 472 or 161 to Yateley Street.
On arrival to Thames Side Studios, enter through the gates and turn immediately left. Walk through the atrium and through the double doors on the opposite end. We are the located down the corridor in TB-05.
7 hours (10:00am to 1:00pm)
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