CON 173: Cabinetry and Millwork II
In this course, students will apply tool set up and operation for advanced hand and stationary tools. These techniques will be used for identifying and preparing rough lumber, manufactured lumber, and plastics for working into complex assemblies. There will be a focus on using the vacuum press and other techniques to fabricate curved and freeform components. Each student will produce at least one piece of furniture or millwork of appropriate complexity; this project is chosen by the student consultation with the instructor. This course was previously TRI 171. The title of this course was previously Cabinet Making Principles and Concepts.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; CON 170 minimum grade "C"
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