At our November workshop, turner Michael Anderson demonstrated use of the lathe to shape parts for a three-legged stool, and a technique for decorative split turnings.
At our December workshop, Farmington furniture maker Ramon Valdez presented a variety of shop jigs, fixtures and techniques.
At our September workshop, club member Bill Cotton introduced members to 3D printing for woodworkers.
At our October workshop, club member Aaron Hall demonstrated techniques for decorative banding, stringing and inlay.
At our July workshop, club member Van Barta presented key considerations in planning a shop. Ros Barnes discussed what should go into a shop first-aid kit.
At our August workshop, club member Ben Blackwell discussed the use of dowel joinery in construction of his miter-saw table.
At our May workshop, local furniture maker Michael Mocho led a discussion of furniture design principles and ideas.
At our June workshop, club member Charlie Palmer showcased the construction of a cabinet in Ming Dynasty style.
At our March workshop, new members Lauren Pacho and Reid Schaeffer presented their experience and lessons learned from constructing their own strip-built canoe.
At our April meeting, club member Ros Barnes talked about the do's and don'ts of pneumatic nailers.
In January, local entrepreneur Daniel Hillier described CNC routing and 3D printing, and the uses for these technologies in woodworking.
In February, members of the Rocky Mountain Tool Collectors discussed using antique tools for woodworking.