If the words “epoxy” and “failure” feel synonymous, then this class is for you.
In “Fundamentals for Epoxy in Woodworking,” your instructor, Jess Crow, will take the mystery and fear out of using epoxy, and teach you how to incorporate it seamlessly into your woodworking repertoire.
With the insights and techniques you’ll learn in this class, you can add a fabulous and beautiful element of color to many projects.
You will learn how to choose the correct epoxy for the project, how to properly mix and color your epoxy, as well as how to avoid and fix the most common errors and issues you may run into.
The Epoxy Process
With so many different types of epoxy on the market, it can be overwhelming when it comes time to pick which one you need for which project. In this class, Jess covers the most common epoxies and what they should be used for.
The seemingly impossible task of proper mixing, getting uniform color, and how to prevent foreign materials from ruining your project will no longer be something you spend hours searching for information on – it is all covered in this class.
All of the materials used in class are readily available at your local woodworking store or sourced for you online.
Epoxy work requires finesse. Jess shows you how to manipulate the epoxy, as well as how to properly use the tools needed when working it. You will also learn how to achieve clean edges without sanding, use less epoxy with cost-saving pouring methods and, if you do encounter a problem, how to correct it.
By watching Jess “work” the epoxy and explain step-by-step techniques she has learned through trial and error herself, you will walk into your shop feeling confident in your abilities.
More than Video
In addition to the hands-on video instruction you’ll receive, this class provides you with downloadable and helpful resources to print and keep, including a detailed Class Guide as a recap of the critical points of the class instruction. You’ll find this very helpful as you decide which epoxy to use and create your epoxy shopping list. Also, you’ll get a Class Resources document that will give you information on the products you’ll see in the class.