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The SDFWA Member Shop is dedicated to providing a safe environment for fellow woodworkers to practice their skills and improve their craft. Safety in the Member Shop is our number one priority. By encouraging safe practices in the Member Shop we will be able to provide a space in which all our members can comfortably and safely work, learn, and make sawdust.
Each member will take a Safety Pre-Test prior to attending the Safety Orientation Brief. The answers to the test will be reviewed in the Safety Orientation and any incorrect responses will be discussed as a group. The Safety Orientation will discuss safe practices and shop procedures that each member will be expected to follow. Upon completion of the Safety Orientation, each member will then demonstrate their skills through a Hands On Safety Test (HOST) Certification under the guidance of a HOST Coach. After successfully passing the HOST Certification the member will be granted their Member Shop ID Badge. This badge will indicate which tool groups they are certified to use.
Print Answer Sheet Only. Indicate answers, bring answer sheet to Safety Orientation Class.
Safety Pre-test and HOST Certification Material and Class Schedules
Introduction to Woodworking Part 1 - This series of classes is specifically design for the person that has not worked with wood to any extent or for the person that has been away from wood for a long time and do not feel comfortable with using power tools.
NEW! - Bird Mouth Joinery - Bird mouth is an edge joinery method where you can quickly and easily assemble multi-sided containers of 6 to 16 sides from flat wooden staves. In this class the student will build two different projects using this intriguing technique;
NEW! - Jigs for Box Making (and other woodworking operations) - This class is a prerequisite to a box making class. It does not make sense to go forward with box making without good jigs. In this case, a table saw miter sled with a lot of features to ensure clean accurate and repeatable cuts and a jig for cutting the slots on the corners of a mitered box to add decorative slip-feathers
Chip Carving - Chip carving is a great way to begin woodcarving. For those already acquainted with carving, much can be learned from the design and discipline chip carving has to offer. The tools required are few - two knives - layout tools, sharpening stones, and the results are attractively decorative.
NEW! - Toys - Learn to make a toy Airplane with Jim Strawn
Sketchup - Jerry Beaudry will bring the world of computer graphics to a level that you can understand. This class will focus on the Basic and intermediate steps needed so you can design a piece of furniture or cabinetry.