WDWK 145 - Decorative Techniques

Description
This course will guide students through basic history, techniques and skills of chip carving, veneer, edge banding and hand finishing. Students will discover what tools and materials are available for these various procedures. Design, wood selection and wood properties will be discussed. Students will be expected to safely use and maintain various cutting tools. Through a series of small projects, incorporating these decorative techniques, students will produce finished chip carvings, veneered panel projects and finish sample boards of various types. Prerequisite: WDWK 120 to be taken before or at the same time as WDWK 145. Restrictions: Cabinetmaking students will have priority, followed by other carpentry program students, followed by division students, followed by any other students. (3:1,6)
Credits
3
Recent Professors
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2018, Fall 2017
Offered
M, MWTh
Avg. Class Size
12
Avg. Sections
2