help_outline Skip to main content
Add Me To Your Mailing List
HomeEvents - Login to Register

Events - Login to Register - Month View

The event calendar shows upcoming club events. Select a view then use the navigation buttons to move between dates. Click on the event to view more information, including the event description, times, location, fees and any rules regarding attendance; you can also register for events from this screen. Click on the magnifying glass on the toolbar to see search and filter options.


February, 2024

Saturday
10
Alan's shop
9:00 AM
More Info
Less Info
This is a four-part hands-on workshop where participants will create their own small table.
This is a 4 part workshop. You are signing up for the following dates: 2/10/2024, 2/24/20224, 3/9/2024 and 3/30/2024.
Tuesday
13
Homes By Design
6:30 PM
More Info
Less Info
We will be meeting at Mike Heiler‘s Shop. He will be talking about a recent project including how he made the custom alder kitchen cabinets as well as making custom alder wainscoting.
Friday
16
Basil Hall, St John Fisher University
7:30 PM
More Info
Less Info
Ken Page is the Interim Director of the Wendell Castle Workshop, a new woodworking school, opening April 29, 2024 in Wendell’s longtime studio in Scottsville. Ken and a small group of volunteers have been busy preparing the workshop for the start of classes. On Friday night, February 16, Ken will present a retrospective of Wendell Castle’s works and will discuss how the instructor lineup at the school maintains the DNA of the space.
Saturday
17
More Info
Less Info
Ken Page is the Interim Director of the Wendell Castle Workshop, a new woodworking school, opening April 29, 2024 in Wendell’s longtime studio in Scottsville. Ken and a small group of volunteers have been busy preparing the workshop for the start of classes. On Saturday Ken will give a tour of the school and the onsite gallery exhibiting Wendell’s work along with that of his widow, Nancy Jurs. Nancy is an accomplished ceramic artist. Each tour will be limited to 12 people and will last about 45 minutes. There will be Tours at 9:00, 10:15, and 11:30. Please only sign up for one tour.
Saturday
17
More Info
Less Info
Ken Page is the Interim Director of the Wendell Castle Workshop, a new woodworking school,
opening April 29, 2024 in Wendell’s longtime studio in Scottsville. Ken and a small group of
volunteers have been busy preparing the workshop for the start of classes.
On Saturday Ken will give a tour
of the school and the onsite gallery exhibiting Wendell’s work along with that of his widow,
Nancy Jurs. Nancy is an accomplished ceramic artist. Each tour will be limited to 12 people and
will last about 45 minutes. There will be Tours at 9:00, 10:15, and 11:30. Please only sign up for one tour.
Saturday
17
More Info
Less Info
Ken Page is the Interim Director of the Wendell Castle Workshop, a new woodworking school, opening April 29, 2024 in Wendell’s longtime studio in Scottsville. Ken and a small group of volunteers have been busy preparing the workshop for the start of classes. On Saturday Ken will give a tour of the school and the onsite gallery exhibiting Wendell’s work along with that of his widow, Nancy Jurs. Nancy is an accomplished ceramic artist. Each tour will be limited to 12 people and will last about 45 minutes. There will be Tours at 9:00, 10:15, and 11:30. Please only sign up for one tour.
Monday
19
More Info
Less Info
With the acquisition of a new ShopBot Desktop ProMax with automatic tool changing we are hoping to get more people involved in continued support of St. Michael‘s and make our CNC training more systematic to improve skills of mentors and students. We now have access to a set of 10 ShopBot Basic CNC Training videos and will begin reviewing them on Monday Feb 19. We’ll do this on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at 4:30 PM with the students at St. Michael’s Woodshop at 691 St. Paul Street. You are registering for ALL THREE SESSIONS. It will provide you with an overview of how the tools work and how to get started, as well as learning to work on file creation, and more. For those who can’t make it at that time we’re also considering streaming on Zoom or Teams meetings. Please email s_macintyre@yahoo.com if you‘re interested in this. Prior to starting on these training modules, I suggest that you download the demo version of VCarve Pro (if you don‘t already have it) and familiarize yourself with the software to get the most out of the information in these training sessions. You can find the demo version of VCarve Pro on the Vectric website: http://www.vectric.com/ Here is a list of some of the topics that are covered in all 10 videos. Note, this registration is for just the first 3 or 4 of them: Introduction to ShopBot Control Software and mechanical systems. Basics of loading software. Basics of moving a ShopBot tool. What is a cutting file, and how do you run one? Creating a design in VCarve Pro software. Toolpath generation for efficient and safe cutting of your design. Converting your project file into a ShopBot cutting file. How to preview your part file in the ShopBot Control Software before cutting. What is the difference between all the bits and why to choose one vs. another. Cutting out of the final project
Tuesday
20
More Info
Less Info
With the acquisition of a new ShopBot Desktop ProMax with automatic tool changing we are hoping to get more people involved in continued support of St. Michael‘s and make our CNC training more systematic to improve skills of mentors and students. We now have access to a set of 10 ShopBot Basic CNC Training videos and will begin reviewing them on Monday Feb 19. We’ll do this on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at 4:30 PM with the students at St. Michael’s Woodshop at 691 St. Paul Street. You are registering for ALL THREE SESSIONS. It will provide you with an overview of how the tools work and how to get started, as well as learning to work on file creation, and more. For those who can’t make it at that time we’re also considering streaming on Zoom or Teams meetings. Please email s_macintyre@yahoo.com if you‘re interested in this. Prior to starting on these training modules, I suggest that you download the demo version of VCarve Pro (if you don‘t already have it) and familiarize yourself with the software to get the most out of the information in these training sessions. You can find the demo version of VCarve Pro on the Vectric website: http://www.vectric.com/ Here is a list of some of the topics that are covered in all 10 videos. Note, this registration is for just the first 3 or 4 of them: Introduction to ShopBot Control Software and mechanical systems. Basics of loading software. Basics of moving a ShopBot tool. What is a cutting file, and how do you run one? Creating a design in VCarve Pro software. Toolpath generation for efficient and safe cutting of your design. Converting your project file into a ShopBot cutting file. How to preview your part file in the ShopBot Control Software before cutting. What is the difference between all the bits and why to choose one vs. another. Cutting out of the final project
Wednesday
21
More Info
Less Info
With the acquisition of a new ShopBot Desktop ProMax with automatic tool changing we are hoping to get more people involved in continued support of St. Michael‘s and make our CNC training more systematic to improve skills of mentors and students. We now have access to a set of 10 ShopBot Basic CNC Training videos and will begin reviewing them on Monday Feb 19. We’ll do this on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at 4:30 PM with the students at St. Michael’s Woodshop at 691 St. Paul Street. You are registering for ALL THREE SESSIONS. It will provide you with an overview of how the tools work and how to get started, as well as learning to work on file creation, and more. For those who can’t make it at that time we’re also considering streaming on Zoom or Teams meetings. Please email s_macintyre@yahoo.com if you‘re interested in this. Prior to starting on these training modules, I suggest that you download the demo version of VCarve Pro (if you don‘t already have it) and familiarize yourself with the software to get the most out of the information in these training sessions. You can find the demo version of VCarve Pro on the Vectric website: http://www.vectric.com/ Here is a list of some of the topics that are covered in all 10 videos. Note, this registration is for just the first 3 or 4 of them: Introduction to ShopBot Control Software and mechanical systems. Basics of loading software. Basics of moving a ShopBot tool. What is a cutting file, and how do you run one? Creating a design in VCarve Pro software. Toolpath generation for efficient and safe cutting of your design. Converting your project file into a ShopBot cutting file. How to preview your part file in the ShopBot Control Software before cutting. What is the difference between all the bits and why to choose one vs. another. Cutting out of the final project
Tuesday
27
Zoom
6:30 PM
More Info
Less Info
February 27, 6:30PM social and presentations begin at 7PM. Please contact Roy Pierce: reptopo@rit.edu if you have a project to present. Zoom link to be sent morning of event.