Cabinetmaking and Wood Product Design

Category: Building and Landscape

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Program Description

Our program exist to ensure that skilled crafts people remain available for the professional woodworking industry and to train individuals who are looking to learn woodworking purely for the love of creating beautiful wood creations. Our curriculum uses state of the art equipment and facilities. It focuses on the many aspects of the woodworking trade by providing hands-on experiences with wood joinery, materials, product development, layout systems, machining techniques, residential and architectural product construction, wood finishing, and furniture construction. Threaded throughout the whole program are the concepts of quality, accuracy, and attention to detail that have been handed down from one professional cabinetmaker to another through generations.

Program Information

Multi-term Registration Available!

Class Time: Day
Semester: Fall and Spring
Campus: Brooklyn Park

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Skills Required

A deep interest in working with your hands to create beautiful wood products. Students that have a good set of basic math skills and spatial skills do well in the program. Cabinetmaking requires a person to be able to move materials and product around in a shop environment. Much of the work done at school and in the cabinetmaking industry require a person to work as a team member.

Tools Required

Safety glasses, pencil and tool kits. Tool Kits will be available at the beginning of August at the Campus Store or at ACME Tools in Plymouth at a reduced cost.

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