CLOSED Metal Brazing with Erica Moody - Sept. 29th & 30th, 2018

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CLOSED Metal Brazing with Erica Moody - Sept. 29th & 30th, 2018

275.00

Registration deadline: Friday, Sept. 14th, 2018

In this hands-­on workshop, each student will make his or her own brass pocket bevel, a handy tool for building and restoring boats. Students will learn skills for fabricating structurally strong, useful, and beautiful small metal objects, such as tools and hardware, without having full metal shop access. Techniques reviewed include: layout/marking, cutting, drilling, filing, sanding, and silver brazing. All tools and materials provided.

Erica Moody teaches metal working classes and workshops at Woodenboat School, Harvard’s Graduate School of Design, The Apprenticeshop, & The Center for Furniture Craftsmanship. She also has been an adjunct for various semesters at Wentworth Institute of Technology and Massachusetts College of Art & Design. She has been working professionally as a metal craftsman in and around Boston for 22 years with the last 17 years running her business Magma Metalworks, Inc., and creating a line of personal work in small metal housewares and woodworking tools that can be seen at www.ericamoody.com. She lives and works in Waldoboro, Midcoast Maine.

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