In the cabinetmaking program students learn the basic skills for designing, cutting, assembling and finishing a woodworking project. Through a series of woodworking projects, including the design and installation of the kitchen for the House Project, students learn to draw and read blueprints, operate various tools, apply finish in our spray booth, and install finished projects. Level one students will begin using our lathe and other machines to create projects such as a turned pen and pencil, cutting board, and table. Once finished with those projects, students will graduate to more advanced projects such as building a night stand, book shelf, cornhole game, and kitchen cabinets. Throughout the course students work with various types of construction materials such as hardwoods, softwoods, plywood, laminate, plexiglass, and more.