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Worshop : essentials of woodworking

Woodworking : a full day workshop

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Mortise and tenon, tongue, lamellos …? A full-day practical course
Become familiar with the tools and actions needed to woodworking.
We will teach you to master the vocabulary and tools, you are a beginner or want to refine your knowledge.
The items discussed during this day are :

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Season woodworking workshop

Two weeks to make

Etablis Etablisienne Paris

You have a project for the manufacture of furniture or an object in wood :

We offer you, you are a beginner or not, to come and make it.

All steps necessary for the success of your project will be reviewed during this two weeks.

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Sculpture of a wooden spoon

Sculpt your own wooden spoon !

This 3-hour workshop will begin with a presentation of the different types of wood available and their characteristics.
Then, an introduction to the use of sculpture tools.

Morgane will teach you the basics and the gestures to make your spoon safe.

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On line workshops

We offer training on how to use certain tools of the workshop, review the concepts learned or improve certain practices.

Three types of online workshops are offered but only in french :

  • Open: Free and available at leisure,
  • Free on registration: registration is required of you but access is free,
  • Reserved: you are asked a registration and e-participation.

Ateliers-en-ligne

 

Veneering : discovering the different natures of wood and the tools used

Bois de placage à l'Etablisienne ParisThis 2 hours course will be provided by Bernard Desportes and will allow you to discover the natures of wood used in veneering, as well as the tools necessary. Anyone can participate, novices or not, but it might be difficult to follow for not french speaking people. Read more…

Hight precision grinding machine

Adjustable upwards by 10° and downwards by 50°

  • Guide slot
  • Angle stop
  • Source : Manuel TG  125 et http://www.proxxon.com/eng/html/27060.php