Chris Laschinger is a MASW Master, professional woodworking student, and is making his jump into teaching while completing his Michael Fortune Fellowship. He has been working with lasers for over a dozen years and design software for a few more than that. Chris has been applying his laser knowledge into nearly all his woodworking projects for quite a few years now. From cutting marquetry pieces to making custom layered wooden plaques, Chris uses his laser as an everyday shop tool. Seeing the trend for technology in the workshop, Chris embraces modern tools and views the laser as an everyday woodworking tool.

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