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Modern Furniture Construction - Making a Kitchen Cabinet

Sat Jul 08 2017 A Class with Sebastion Lata

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By popular demand, we're offering two classes in modern construction taught by Sebastian, with the goal of offering other classes in the series.

These hands-on classes offer a great opportunity to learn the techniques of modern construction and take away practical, useful projects that you’ll be proud of. These all day classes are held at our location in Brooklyn. We’ll be using Festool tools, ideal for precision woodworking in small spaces.
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Making a Kitchen Cabinet

Class description: This is the perfect class for someone planning to build a kitchen. Students will build a basic modern design upper kitchen cabinet using standard joinery, modern Blum hinges and a French cleat. Students will cut and edge-band the plywood for professional grade cabinet with a shelf. Note: the completed cabinet will be made of pre-finished cabinet-grade Maple plywood suitable for hanging on the wall, but it is intended to be a sample and its dimensions may not be appropriate for every student’s kitchen project. With the cost of custom cabinets in the tens of thousands, students can learn the basics of cabinet making and save thousands on their kitchen renovations.

Instructor: Sebastion Lata
Cost: $300.00 + $75.00 materials fee (Total = $375). All tools will be provided.
Students must bring (or purchase before the class) safety goggles and hearing protection.

Class duration: 10:00 AM - 5:00PM with a 1 hour break for lunch.
Where: At our showroom at 112 26th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11232

Parking is available in our driveway, near our driveway, and under the expressway. The subway (R train to 25th street in Brooklyn) is only 3 1/2 blocks away.

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