Woodturning - Advanced Hollow Forms

ti3736 class hrs

Turning a hollow form involves the process of removing wood from the inside of a vessel through a small hole. Urns and Southwestern-style pots are common examples of hollow forms. In this class, students will learn the skills necessary to safely hollow out a vessel. Turning the outside of a hollow form involves spindle turning and face grain turning tools. Turning blanks (wood) and tools are provided.

Days - Times Location (Room) Cost
SAT - 8:30am-3:30pm Franklin Road Campus - (CTW) $49.00

All MNTC instruction and curriculum is provided in English unless specifically stated otherwise.