Well, well, well. We just can’t seem to stop doing stuff!! The last two Thursdays with the students have actually been a little more project based. Ideally, that is what the apprenticeship will involve: Identify the need and solve for a pattern of solutions, rather than just one.
Remember when I posted about us denailing Jotoba (brazillian cherry) wood for Wooden Sheep?
Of course you.
Well we got to help with Phase 2: assembly and gluing. This commissioned job is for The Butcher, an art gallery on Bay Street. Dilated Spectrum, our in-house graphics and screen print company, completed the graphics package and now Wooden Sheep is completing custom orders as well.
Plain and simple: the design is a cleaver. Easy enough!
Glue is setting, so next phase….heavy machinery planing operation for the students! Well, we might just have to work up to that one. Enjoy, cause I surely am!