(BUS) Jointer & Planer // Nov 22
Wednesday, November 22nd 5:30-7p
In this single, 1.5hr Basic Safety and Use workshop, students will learn how to safely set up and use the pair of machines needed for milling lumber foursquare: the jointer & planer. We will cover machine set up and ergonomic best practices for working with solid wood.
Students must come to class with appropriate attire, which includes closed-toe work boots/shoes and ear protection, with long hair tied back. Makerspace NYC will provide safety glasses.
$95 member / $110 non-member
Enter code MEMBERS to apply this 15% discount. Membership status will be verified upon purchase.
Wed, November 1st 5:30-7p
a eve samuels (she / they) began teaching with MakerSpace NYC in 2017, and is thrilled to be back with class offerings this year! eve is a queer white woodworker & designer, who grew up in the Hudson Valley, and has called Brooklyn home since 2014.
Both their small business Two Tree Studios (founded 2017), and education initiative The Level Up Project (founded 2020), are operated out of their East Williamsburg studio. Through these entities, samuels pursues slow & responsive design, translating the concept of 'sustainability' beyond material sourcing & waste management, into a larger working ethos.
samuels' eye for minimalism, strong craftsmanship and appreciation for the natural world is felt throughout their wooden furniture, vessels & sculpture. From their production practices, to centering knowledge-sharing & redistribution, samuels strives to keep their footprint light, while contributing to a more equitable future within their industry.
REFUNDS / CANCELATIONS:
If we cancel, we will refund you in full and notify you. You may cancel and get a full refund up to three days before the class. After that, refunds are contingent on us being able to fill your seat. Under no circumstances do we offer refunds to individuals who cancel on the same day. This ruins the party for everyone.
Brooklyn Army Terminal
140 58th St Building B, Unit 1C
Located on the first floor next to Pete's Restaurant
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