Tuesday – Friday | August 25-28, 2020

Georgia World Congress Center | Atlanta, GA | USA

Working Plastics in the Woodshop

Date: Friday, August 24th from 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session Code: MFG7
Location: B311

Presented by: ConsultingWoodworker.com

Ralph Bagnall, Woodworking Consultant, Author and TV Host: ConsultingWoodworker.com

Woodworking projects sometimes need to incorporate parts or features made of plastics. This primer course will explore the most common plastics used, blades and bits best suited for processing them, and some of the typical problems encountered when working with plastics. Basic techniques for fabrication and bending will be explored as well as discussions of CNC milling and how 3D printing is changing how woodshops can use plastics.


About the Speaker:Ralph Bagnallis a woodworking consultant, author and TV host who provides services to companies of all sizes across the US, Mexico and Caribbean.  In his 30 years in the industry, Ralph has gained extensive experience in equipment specification, LEAN manufacturing, CNC programming, operation and maintenance, and marketing for the woodworking industry. He and his wife, Susan, live in Southwest Florida.

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