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Precision with Hand Tools

Garrett Hack
July 27-31

Hand tools open up new vistas of efficiency, accuracy, and enjoyment for woodworkers, even those with modest skills. In this course, Garrett leads participants through a series of exercises to expand and refine their hand tool skills. These include flattening boards to polished smoothness, jointing two edges to form an invisible glue joint, fairing curves, fitting drawer faces, shaping and chamfering edges, making an inlay, and cutting joinery, among others. Through discussion and demonstration, Garrett explores the tuning and efficient use of a wide variety of planes, marking tools, chisels, and saws.

Participants can choose to work entirely with sample boards or to build a small, pre-designed table that links these same skills to the challenges of working to reality. The table allows room for variation, and either path provides lasting insights and skills for integrating hand tools into your working process.

Garrett Hack builds contemporary interpretations of classic forms on his farm in Thetford Center, VT. A furniture maker for 40 years, Garrett originally trained at Boston University's Program in Artisanry. He is the author of The Handplane Book (Taunton Press, 1997) and Classic Hand Tools (Taunton Press, 1999). He is a contributing editor at Fine Woodworking, former chairman of the New Hampshire Furniture Masters, and he teaches throughout the U.S., as well as in Canada, England, Germany, Italy, Austria, Australia, and Japan. His website is garretthack.com.

Open to all except absolute beginners.

Tuition: $740

HackDetail of Takin' A Shine by Garrett Hack, rosewood, ebony, silver, maple, amboyna burl, and birch crotch, 2005

 Hack-table-detailLil' Shaker Table by Garrett Hack, quilted yellow birch, bleached Cuban mahogany, satinwood, blackwood pulls, glass buttons, copper, (16"x34"x30"), 2005

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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