If you’re unsure when to snip or saw, can’t tell a claw from a ball-pein or are avoiding that shelf? Then this course is for you.
We’ll get you confident in marking out, cutting up and constructing your own handy tool tote in either wood or metal.
Get to know which tools you need and how to use them for working in metal.
Learn tools, processes to make your own personal tool box to store and carry your gear and the confidence to tackle those making projects at home, work or in the studio.
By the end of the workshop you will be familiar with:
1. How to assemble a basic, useful toolkit for metal work projects.
2. How to use and care for them – “the right tool for the right job”
3. Fundamental techniques in metal craft:
Measuring, marking out and cutting materials, drilling, punching spot welding, screws and glues, bending metals & constructing.
4) Using these in a safe and efficient way to create your own handy Toolbox to take away
This is a fun, practical hands on one day course with experienced artist/maker and tutor.
Course cost: £120
Course date: Tuesday 19th October 2021
Course times: 10am – 5pm
Number of places available: 6
Tutor: Andrew Revell B.A. Fine Art, GlosCAT & WSCAD (Farnham Art College)
Please note: We reserve the right to change our tutors from those advertised. This happens rarely, but if it does, we are unable to refund fees due to this. Our tutors may have different teaching styles; however we guarantee a consistent quality of teaching in all our courses.