If I were to RSVP to the woodworking class tonight, would I be able to safety cert for the woodworking area at the same time?
It looks like that’s a woodcarving class. That being the case, no. You’ll need to either take the class(es) when offered or find an instructor willing to do a one-off with you. I’m not an instructor; otherwise, I’d do it.
@jswebb - It looks like Mark put up a class “Bread Board Bootcamp” that will cover all the training for the woodshop tools [except lathes & CNC].
Make sure you use the discount code [look under the DMS-Members Only - Carpentry Corner Discount Code] for the discount.
You also might want to sign up soon - they tend to fill up quickly. I’m hoping to audit the new courses so I can help teach them, but work.
Haa! Breadboard… I saw that many times, I thought it was an Ardino/ Electronics class!
Is there any hope in getting into either of these classes? Possible no shows…ect?
That would be a question for @Mrksls2
I can usually take a couple of standbys. I prefer to teach no more than a total of 6 students per class.
I already handled it but thanks.
Meet at the Woodshop?
Meet in the annex area, just outside the woodshop doors.
My husband and I both tried to get into the breadboard class. We were able to register but Everbrite said the class was full.
Cutting board is possibly a better term. I also saw a breadboard and thought it was an arduino class.
I am sorry, what was the Makerspace code?
I am trying to get into “members only” and it does not let me access it. I am logged into the DMS website as a member, is there something else I need to do?
I just noticed you do not have a “Green Dot” next to your name… You will need to go to the “Please Give Me A Green Dot” section to request.
For those needing certification, Mark has put up two more classes for this coming Saturday and Sunday. Make sure you use the discount code.