Woodwork - Calcutta House, rooms CMG-10, CMG-12 and CMG-12a

Using the woodmill


Resources and open access

Woodwork tools

Bandsaws
Pillar drills
Horizontal drill
CNC saw
Dimension saws (staff only)
Cross cut saw
Spindle moulders
Overhead routing machines
Disc, belt and small bobbin sanders
Speed sander
Surface planers
Thicknessers
Wood turning lathe
Dovetailer (solid wood only)
Tenoners
Morticers
Grinding wheels (staff only)
Sharpening equipment
Power tools (drills, grinders, belt sanders, hand routers, biscuit jointers)
Various hand tools

Location

Calcutta House, rooms CMG-10, CMG-12 and CMG-12a

Staff

Peter Hufton and Robert Naylor

Open access

Please see the schedule on the door for access times.

Resources

Wood materials

To be able to serve you quickly, we now sell pre-cut sheet materials in a range of standard sizes.

Please see Chris and Harvey in the 3D workshop (room CMB-19), or Pete and Rob in room CMG-10. For specialist cutting requests please see Pete and Rob during open access sessions.

Health and safety

Basic entry requirements: Level 1 Health and Safety induction.
Personal Protective Equipment requirements: Goggles and ear defenders provided.

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