The Wood Finishing Technology Program taught by Mitch Kohanek and offered at Dakota County Technical College (DCTC)in Rosemount, MN.
Friday, December 5, 2008
Wood 1007 Methods of Fastening: Re-Glueing a chair
Methods of Fastening covers the dismantling and rebuilding of furniture joints. In wood working (Wood 1004) we learned how to repair or replace furniture components, now we take those repaired or replaced components and rebuild our furniture. Here you can see some chairs being re-glued.
Mitch Kohanek is an instructor in the Wood Finishing Technology program. His graduates go on to become the best professional finishers, furniture restorers, spot repair artists and pre-finishers in the United States.
Featured in Fine Woodworking as well as Wood Magazine from Better Homes and Gardens, the DCTC Wood Finishing Technology program is the only certified finishing program in the nation.
Mitch completed an internship at the Smithsonian Conservation and Analytical Laboratory and is a member of the American Institute of Conservation. A key consultant for the finishing industry, he has lectured all over the U.S. and authored articles for the American Woodworker and Fine Woodworking magazines.