August 22 – 25, 2018

Georgia World Congress Center | Atlanta, GA| USA

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Curved Joinery, Edges and Inlays

Date: Friday, August 24th from 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Session Code: MFG21

Location: TBD

Presented by: ScottGrove.com

Speakers: Scott Grove, Furniture Designer: ScottGrove.com

 

This class is a must for professionals and beginners alike who are making curved tables, inlays and joinery. This easy-to-understand demonstration shows you how to apply a hardwood edge and a variety of inlays to a curved table edge.

It’s for anyone who wants to take their furniture to the next level; the objective is to add an incredible range of exciting curved edges, joinery and inlay possibilities for woodworkers.  Scott will reveal a simple system by using a set of large offset template guides on a router, and when used properly, accurately mates a hardwood seam to any curve.  

The process will be clearly explained with a variety of real-time demonstrations, photos, drawings and renderings to illustrate each step along the way.  Fine inlays in various materials made from wood, shell, metal, and glow-in-the-dark composite will be shown to add just the right detail to your project. The end of the class handout reviews step-by-step instructions and illustrations.  

At the end of the class, Scott will also be available to answer questions and sign his book, Hardwood Edging and Inlay for Curved Tables.  A book will be a door prize for one lucky attendee.


About the Speaker: 
 

 

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Scott Groveis a self-taught seasoned woodworker known for layers of artistic expression and unconventional techniques. He maintains his own studio in the mountains of the Finger Lakes in western NY and has worked for world-renowned Wendell Castle as his studio director. He selectively teaches, most notably at the Marc Adams School of Woodworking and The Chippendale School of Furniture in Scotland.
 
He has four Veneer Tech Craftsman Challenge Awards, an unprecedented achievement. Scott has pioneered a number alternative veneering techniques including asymmetrical matching and veneering extreme compound curves. He has also won the NICHE Award for his trompe l’oeil wood carving, a DuPont Prize for innovative use of materials, and an NEA grant for sculpture. Scott has written for and been featured in a variety of publications including Fine Woodworking, Fine Home Building, Woodshop News, CWB, Freshwood2, The Artful Home and The Robb Report and appeared on Home and Garden’s HGTV Network. He’s authored two books: Advanced Veneering and Alternative Techniques and Edges and Inlays for Schiffer Books.

 

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