Advanced Cabinetmaking - 3
Machine and hand techniques necessary for top-end construction emphasized. Non-residential type cabinets studied. Economical use of solid lumbers will be shown. Architecture millwork such as frame and panel wainscoat, bookcases, desks, bars, doors, skylights and windows demonstrated. Also included are commercial applications such as store fixtures, counters and reception desks. Prerequisite: WOOD B65a or evaluation by instructor of student's cabinetmaking skills. Hours: 36 lect, 72 lab. Field trips required. Offered: S. CCS: Occupational Education. Not Transferable: Associate Degree only.