Woodworking Special Topics WDWK 1391 Jigs and Joints

Prerequisite: WDWK 2405 Intermediate Woodworking

Topics address recently identified current events, skills, knowledge, and/or attitudes and behaviors pertinent to the technology or occupation and relevant to the professional development of the student. May be repeated for credit. Department approval recommended.

Jigs and Joints for Woodworking – A course designed to teach students the necessary skills to solve problems concerning woodworking joinery. Students will be able to solve common challenges to woodworkers by designing, building and using jigs, select, build and employ appropriate joinery safely.

Student – provided tools photos

  • folder for hand-outs, notebook paper
  • protective eyewear (hearing protection is highly recommended)
  • tape measure (12′ or 16′)
  • #2 pencils (no pens, mechanical pencils or construction pencils)
  • nail apron
  • combination square
  • woodworking chisel set
  • 3 toggle clamps

Syllabus is available on the current semester’s schedule page

Interested in woodworking information? See the Construction References page.

 Photos from Jigs and Joints class

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