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Carpentry InternshipThis course will provide the student with 40 hours per credit of on-the-job training in the building industry. The student will use the knowledge gained in previous courses, and further develop their skills by working in the residential building industry.1_to_3CARP1511CARP2025View
Millroom OperationsThis course will acquaint the student with millroom operations. Areas of study will include molding design, knife-grinding procedures, molder set-ups, and molder operations.2CBTG1121CBTG1240View
Wood FinishingThis course is designed to give the student a basic understanding of wood finishing materials and finish application methods. Spray equipment is utilized as the final finish is applied to wood and wood products. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.2CBTG1121CBTG1230View
Solid Surface FabricationThis course will introduce the student to solid surface materials and focus on industry accepted fabrication techniques. Projects will be constructed. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.2CBTG1121CBTG2450View
Laminated Product FabricationThis course is designed to increase the students laminating abilities. The student will construct kitchen countertops, bathroom vanity tops and laminate casework projects. Installation of the countertops and casework are part of the course.4CBTG1121 and CBTG1161CBTG1211View
Cabinet Layout and DesignThis course will introduce the student to fundamentals of cabinet design, hardware implementation, plan preparation and layout. The student will prepare drawings, make hardware selections, and lay out residential face frame cabinets.3CBTG1121, CBTG1141 and CBTG1150CBTG2311View
Production WoodworkThis course is designed to introduce the student to planning, organizing and layout of machining operations for production woodworking. Daily production teamwork is emphasized in the class lab atmosphere as production projects of substantial value are fabricated.4CBTG1130 and CBTG1141CBTG1250View
Blueprint Reading and Shop DrawingsThis course teaches the fundamentals of reading blueprints and shop drawings related to the cabinetmaking industry. The students learn to retrieve information off these drawing to develop project estimates, cut lists, and production sequences.3CBTG1141CBTG1220View
Furniture DesignIn this course the student will learn to identify specific furniture styles and their components. The student will be required to research and design a specific piece of furniture.2CBTG1150CBTG2410View
CNC Router OperationThis course will cover basic programming techniques, setup, operation and maintenance of CNC woodworking routers. Basic manual code creation, controller manipulation, maintenance, tooling, machine orientation and hands on part manufacturing will be presented. Specific parts will be programmed and machined.3CBTG1170CBTG2532View