Classes at Marc Adams School of Woodworking

Precision Unparalleled, Imagination Unlimited: the Joint Maker Pro With John Economaki

Dates: 4/15/2013 - 4/19/2013
Tool List: Click here for tool list

Cost: $725
Deposit: $300


Roy Underhill once said that "you cannot improve upon the 18th century". However, John Economaki didn't live then. I bet if the Joint Maker Pro had existed in the 18th century, it would be as common today as any other type of hand saw and would have changed the way we do woodworking--especially from a standpoint of precision. Over the last three years, the blog world has buzzed about this tool, and people who own one rave about the precision and the new direction their woodworking projects have headed. This class is for those people who are thinking about purchasing a JMP as well as those who already own one. It will be an opportunity to explore new ideas, create objects from wood that have never been tried and find precision on small parts that has never existed until now.

Woodworking means something different to everybody. This class is for those who want to do smaller scale, gallery-quality work in an environment that is not a traditional woodshop. Whether you are downsizing, have limited space, or are concerned about sound or safety, this class will show you how to pursue woodworking without electricity and with very little noise and almost no sanding. If you are unfamiliar with the JMP and what it can do, you have to check it out on the Bridge City Tools web page--YOU WILL BE BLOWN AWAY.

Key Points:

*Learn how to tune and use a JMP

*Make cuts so precise that joints become flawless

*Compound miters

*Develop jigs that make impossible cuts possible

*Experience creative craftsmanship in a safe and soulful environment

*Make consistent, accurate, and delicate cuts with consistency

There is a $45 annual registration fee that will be added to your the total amount of the class if this is the first class you are registering for this season.

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