Seminar Schedule

getting the most from your router

Friday 1:00pm-3:00pm Saturday 8:30am-10:30am

Ernie Conover

In this seminar, you'll torn how to:

•Select the right router for your needs «Choose and use router bits •Perform router table operations and joinery «Rout safely and efficiently »Work with router fences and dovetail jigs «Use template guide bushings

Who should attend: Beginning to intermediate woodworkers

About the presenter. Ernie Conover has been a woodworking teacher and demonstrator for 20 years. He and his wife Susan run Conover Workshops, a woodworking school in Parkman. OH.

getting the most prom your tablesaw

Friday 1:00pm-3:00pm Saturday 4:00pm-6:00pm

Mark Dugintke

In this seminar, you'll learn how to:

•Use the tablesaw for joinery—tenons, finger joints, variably-spaced dovetails «Make and use tablesaw jigs and fixtures »Work safely with the tablesaw •Align and troubleshoot your tablesaw for top performance »Choose the right blade for the job •Use dado heads and molding heads Who should attend: All woodworkers About the presenter A fourth-generation Wisconsin woodworker. Mark Duginske is a prolific writer, designer and inventor. His work has appeared In numerous magazines and books, including Cutting Shapes and Profiles (Rodale Press. 1997).

sharpening secrets

Friday 4:00pm-6:00pm Saturday 8:30am-10:30am

Leonard Lee

In this seminar, you'll learn how to: »Sharpen chisels and plane blades »Sharpen cabinet scrapers •Sharpen carving and turning gouges «Check an edge for sharpness »Choose the right grindstones, bench stones, microabrasrves and polishing compounds

Who should attend: All woodworkers About the presenter Author of books and magazine articles on planemaking and sharpening. Leonard Lee has been a woodworker for over 35 years. He is president of Veritas TooJs Ltd. and Lee Valley Tools.

design and build great furniture

Friday 4:00pm-6:00pm Saturday 1:00pm-3:00pm

Ian Kirby

In this seminar, you'll learn how to: »Design and make joints—butt joints, mortise and tenon, dovetail »Make the best design decisions »Design to accommodate wood movement »Choose adhesives and clamping methods »Design with alternate surface treatments—veneer and leather •Integrate the key design elements—form, space, proportion and function Who should attend: All woodworkers About the presenter Trained in England as a fur-nituremaker. designer and wood technologist. Ian Kirby has taught and written extensively on woodworking in the United States and England for over 30 years.

fearless finishing

Friday 8:30am-10:30am Saturday 4:00pm«6:00pm

Michael Dresner

In this seminar, you'll learn how to: «Select the best finish for the job «Get a professional-look-ing finish on your project—from surface preparation to final polish »Choose the right brush »Understand wood stains and use them correctly Who should attend: All woodworkers About the presenter A contributing editor of American WooowCftKS* magazine. Michael Dresdner writes our "Just Finishing" column and hosts our finishing "chat room" on the America Online computer servKe every Sunday night. He is the author of The Woodfinishing Book (Taunton Press. 1993).

setting up shop

Friday 8:30am-10:30am Saturday 1:00pm-3:00pm

Sandor Nagysialanczy

In this seminar, you'll leam how to:

•Decide which tools to buy, in which order •Buy the nght quality tools and equipment •Stretch your tool budget »Lay out your shop for best results »Make the most efficient use of space • Get dust and chips under control Who should attend: Beginning to intermediate woodworkers

About the presenter Furniture designer and author of four books, with 18 years of woodworking experience and six years as an editor of Fine Woodworking magazine. Sandor Nagyszalanczy writes and lectures frequently on woodworking topics.

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