Making a Benchmark Shoulder Plane

Saturday, 26 February '22   9am – 5pm EST
Michigan Folk School Campus, 7734 Plymouth Road, Ann Arbor MI 48105
10 spaces available
Details

Handcrafted heirloom quality tools are masterpieces of the woodworkers toolbox. They are patiently crafted using quality woods and thick steel. They are a thing of beauty, yet they are made to be used. IN this workshop students will craft an heirloom quality Shoulder Plane. The name shoulder plane refers to the feature of the blade edge and the plane edge being the same. A well-crafted shoulder plane will quickly and accurately enable gallery-quality joints. The shoulder plane can also be used to trim the shoulders and faces of tenons.

This is the perfect workshop for the beginning tool maker. The item is high-functioning and good-looking and will become a coveted tool in your woodworking arsenal.

There are no prerequisites. All skills levels are welcome. Older teens are welcome if accompanied by a parent or grandparent.

Level: Beginner

Age range: Over 16

Tickets

Cost
Single with Supply Fee
10 available
$200.00
Location

Michigan Folk School Campus
7734 Plymouth Road
Ann Arbor MI 48105