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Humboldt Woodworking Society

When: Sat., April 23, 9:30-11:30 a.m. & 1-3 p.m. 2016
Price: Free
Part One: Milling. 9:30-11:30 This presentation will cover all aspects of the urban/rural logging process from tree evaluation, to harvesting of a tree, milling of a tree and stacking of the lumber. Part Two: Furniture Presentation 1:00-3:00 This session covers all aspects of designing a new piece of furniture from the design process, the selection of the material, the engineering and problem solving, and the woodworking processes. The making of a new dining chair design, The Dreamt Chair will be presented. Robert Beauchamp is a noted furniture maker, sawyer and HSU alumnus based in Davis, CA. “Coming up with innovative designs, which will stand the test of time, rather than being fashionable for the moment, is one of my goals - To create heirlooms of the future.” He has been milling lumber for 30 years and specializes in transforming dead or dying trees into the highest quality lumber. Resources: The studios of Robert Beauchamp: For information about the Humboldt Woodworking Society:



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