Machine Joinery with Tim Rousseau
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Cut Joinery with Confidence.
- 2 hours and 43 minutes of in-depth video lessons
- Single course and bundle package options available
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The best way to master joinery is to learn from an instructor with vast experience and a knack for simplifying the complex. Tim Rousseau qualifies on both counts. In this on-demand course, Tim walks you through proven strategies, techniques, and tips for crafting the most commonly used joints – those you’ll use again and again. Along with a deeper understanding of joinery, you’ll learn how to cut and fit joinery with speed, accuracy, and repeatability, giving you the skills and confidence to build furniture that will stand the test of time.
In This Course...
- How to cut and assemble attractive edge joints
- The fundamentals of mortise and tenons
- Efficient methods for dadoes, grooves, and rabbets
- How to incorporate hand tools for refinements
Plus, You'll Get:
- Safety tips for machines
- Smart jigs for fast and consistent joinery
The Layout Is As Follows:
Chapter 1: Edge Joints
The keys to a strong, attractive joint; jointer basics; gluing and clamping strategies
Chapter 2: Mortises
The essential elements of a durable joint; techniques for mortising with a drill press, router, and hollow-chisel mortiser
Chapter 3: Tenons
Dado-set basics; methods for the table saw, router, and bandsaw; gluing and clamping strategies
Chapter 4: Grooves, Rabbets, and Dadoes
Table saw and router methods; accurate, safe router technique for stopped dadoes
MEET YOUR INSTRUCTOR
Timothy Rousseau divides his time between building furniture on commission and teaching at the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship in Rockport, ME, where he is the lead instructor for the nine-month comprehensive course at the school. His work has been shown in galleries throughout the Northeast and is included in private collections nationwide. Rousseau’s style is a blend of traditional and modern forms, with a high emphasis on craftsmanship. He intends his furniture to be used in everyday living.
“I regard myself as much a teacher as I do furniture maker.” - Tim Rousseau