Bevelling using a knife is also a necessary restoration technique and is part of the course, as is representative cutting such as keel arches. A short introduction to traditional carpentry joints and important tips for conservation round off the course. Work is carried out in groups using approx. 300 x 25 x 30 cm beams.
He is a self-employed master carpenter and certified restorer in carpentry. Since he was a trainee, he attends himself to the restoration of buildings which are listed for preservation, of rustic interiors with hand hewn beams as well as to moon phased harvesting of his own timber. He supports museum villages and societies, where he presents ancient craft techniques, e.g. the hewing of beams, the sawing of planks and the manufacturing of bored log pipes (wooden water pipes).Thomas Gindhart
- Nombre de participants10
- Appointment17.03 - 18.03.2016
- Time09.00 - 18.00