Saw Horse Workshop

Saw horses are an essential part of a flexible woodworking practice.

In this two day class we will layout (mark out) all the joinery for a pair of saw horses suited to support a bench. Final height and dimensions will be customized to the individual for maximum comfort and efficiency while working. Joinery will be a variety of advanced mortices and tenons, including wedged and pegged. The focus will then be on cutting and assembly of one saw horse.  Leaving the second one to be finished at home if needed.

An additional $95 materials fee will be required for each student at time of class.

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Description

Prerequisites

Required 
Sharpening with Japanese Waterstone or some sharpening experience and Japanese Joinery – Mortises & Tenons or some joinery experience

Recommended
Japanese Block Plane and Chisel Set-Up & Use

Tools

Required

  • 210mm ryoba saw or 240mm fine ryoba saw
  • 6mm(1/4”) chisel
  • 12mm(1/2″) chisel
  • hammer, square, pencil, eraser

Optional

  • Dozuki saw
  • 12mm paring/push chisel
  • Marking gauge
  • A slightly wider chisel is also useful – 18, 21 or 24mm
  • Sashigane (Japanese square)

Contact Mokuchi to purchase tools. As a Japanese tool retailer Mokuchi provides guidance on selecting tools and a student discount.

# of Students

4 maximum

Time & Location

Mokuchi Studio – Port Jervis
9am – 6pm (both days)