Woodwork is one of the oldest crafts in the world, and is used to make utilitarian objects as well as decorative objects.
Woodworking can mean something different to everybody. It’s an opportunity for a few to pick up a new skill, and for some others, it’s a stress buster. For Maker’s Asylum, it’s a connection to its roots, how it all started falling into place, how people came together to form a community – to learn and build – unleashing the dormant Maker!
Nowadays, Woodworking has become a very popular hobby as the tools and materials needed are easily accessible from a hardware or hobby store. Woodworking can typically include carpentry, carving, sculpture, making furniture and much more.
The woodworking workshop conducted by Maker’s Asylum is a two-day intensive workshop focused on providing a hands-on learning experience for those who want to dip a toe in the craft of woodworking. Many believe that our woodworking course can help them to begin their Maker Journey.
During the workshop, you learn how to convert a raw piece of wood into a finished product.
Get your hands dirty and learn how to cut, chisel, drill, groove, sand, and finish in this fun-packed course.
- Identify different types of wood.
- Introduction to various hand held cutting tools.
- Introduction to power tools like saws, router machine, drill machine, power sander and learn how to use the tools.
- Design and execute your own ideas of the work desk organiser.
By the end of the course, you will create a Work-desk organizer on your own. Of course, it is yours to take home, yell to the world, and say, ‘ I made this!’