Charcuterie Board Workshop
Make A ‘Live Edge’ Charcuterie Board!
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- East 31st Street
This introductory lesson will teach participants how to make a ‘live edge’ charcuterie board using fundamental woodworking techniques. We will do this by teaching how to transform a rough sawn tree into a finished product, all while demonstrating safe & proper use of shop tools. Each participant will walk away a unique charcuterie board made from locally harvested wood. Snacks will be provided! Outcomes/Objectives: Learn safe & proper use of the following tools: Table saw, Planer, Jointer, Chop saw, Table router, orbital sander, power drill Learn how to identify different species of wood Learn how to read grain direction on lumber Experience the satisfaction of making your own charcuterie board Apprentice Participation: One apprentice will serve as a teaching assistant; helping to prep for class, ensuring tools are used safely and respectfully, and offering their knowledge and expertise to participants 4 hour Time commitment 9am-10am Class prep with instructor and TA 10am-1pm Class with Participants Necessary materials & consumables (include price if applicable): TBD amount of board feet of cherry 150 and 220 grit sandpaper Felt feet x 24qty Mineral oil Necessary Tools Table saw, Planer, Jointer, Band saw, Chop saw, Table router, orbital sander, power drill, track saw, drill bits, hand screwdrivers Vocabulary: Dimensioned Lumber, Hardwood, Grain direction, Planer, Jointer, Orbital Sander, Table Saw, Table Router, Finishing, Cross cut. Possible Complications: Unsafe tool operation Tool is out of order Processing takes longer than expected What knowledge/skill level will participants of this class be expected to have? This class is appropriate for any beginner who is willing and able to use power tools.
Maker Village KC, East 31st Street, Kansas City, MO, USA