Instructors:

Page Burch

Studio Technician, Kennesaw State University

Jay Caudle

Machinist, MASS Collective

Sarah Green

Master Leatherworker, CORD Shoes and Boots

Kenneth Spivey

Blacksmith, KRS-3 Designs

Jay Wiggins

Woodworker, Evereman

Upcoming Classes:

Intro To Lathe Work

Jun 26, 09:00 AM

Instructors:  Jay Caudle

An introductory course into the art of metallurgy. Students learn the tools and procedures for using a lathe by machining their own shot glass.
In this course, each student will learn the basics of lathe work from MASS co-founder James Caudle.

The course will cover:

- Lathe Safety and Concepts
- Parts and Operations of a Lathe
- Using Calipers to Measure Work
- Turning Plastics on the Lathe
- Finishing, Filing, Deburring

At the end of the class each student will have produced their very own food safe shotglass.
Ticket Sales end two days before the event begins.
Please be prepared to supply an contact phone number in case of last minute scheduling changes.
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Intro To Aluminum Sand Casting

Jun 26, 01:30 PM

Instructors:  Jay Caudle

An introductory course into the art of casting aluminum. Students learn the tools and procedures forpreparing and casting an item inaluminum.
In this course, each student will learn the basics of casting from MASS co-founder James Caudle.
The course will cover:

Casting Safety and Concepts
Preparing a Casting Flask
Preparing the Flask for Casting
Finishing the Cast Item


At the end of the class each student will have produced a custom item.
Ticket Sales end two days before the event begins.
Please be prepared to supply an contact phone number in case of last minute scheduling changes.
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Intro to Leather Working: Hand Stitched Accessories

Jul 09, 11:30 AM

Instructors:  Sarah Green

In this course, each student will learn the basics of leatherworking and from Sarah Green of CORD shoes by fabricating their own leather accessory.
This course will cover the following topics:



- Intro to material

- Following a pattern

- Cutting leather

- Hand Stitching

- Basic tool use (knives, awl, pricking iron, etc.)

- Monogramming/ Embossing

At the end of the class, each student would complete a hand sewn accessory of their choice. The choices are between a sunglasses case, a pencil case, and a wallet, as shown in the picture. For more samples of Sarah's work and designs check out her website: https://cordshoes.com/


Ticket Sales end two days before the event begins.

Please be prepared to supply an contact phone number in case of last minute scheduling changes.

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Intro To Lathe Work

Jul 10, 09:00 AM

Instructors:  Jay Caudle

An introductory course into the art of metallurgy. Students learn the tools and procedures for using a lathe by machining their own shot glass.
In this course, each student will learn the basics of lathe work from MASS co-founder James Caudle.

The course will cover:

- Lathe Safety and Concepts
- Parts and Operations of a Lathe
- Using Calipers to Measure Work
- Turning Plastics on the Lathe
- Filing, Polising, Deburring

At the end of the class each student will have produced their very own food safe shotglass.
Ticket Sales end two days before the event begins.
Please be prepared to supply an contact phone number in case of last minute scheduling changes.
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Making Tools on the Lathe

Jul 10, 01:30 PM

Instructors:  Jay Caudle

In this course, each student will learn more advanced lathe work from MASS co-founder James Caudle.
The course will cover:

- Lathe Safety and Concepts
- Parts and Operations of a Lathe
- Using Calipers to Measure Work
- Turning Metal Between Centers
- Knurling!
- Filing, Polishing, Deburring

At the end of the class each student will have produced their very own scribe.
The Intro to Lathe Course is a prerequisite to this course.
Ticket Sales end two days before the event begins.
Please be prepared to supply an contact phone number in case of last minute scheduling changes.
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Intro To Lathe Work

Jul 24, 09:00 AM

Instructors:  Jay Caudle

An introductory course into the art of metallurgy. Students learn the tools and procedures for using a lathe by machining their own shot glass.
In this course, each student will learn the basics of lathe work from MASS co-founder James Caudle.

The course will cover:

- Lathe Safety and Concepts
- Parts and Operations of a Lathe
- Using Calipers to Measure Work
- Turning Plastics on the Lathe
- Filing, Polising, Deburring

At the end of the class each student will have produced their very own food safe shotglass.
Ticket Sales end two days before the event begins.
Please be prepared to supply an contact phone number in case of last minute scheduling changes.
Read More...  Purchase Tickets