Cabinet Making & Furnishing
Cabinet makers build, repair and install furniture or fixtures made from
either wood or wood substitutes, including mass produced flat panels
destined to become kitchen cupboards and other furniture items. They
require an in-depth knowledge of equipment such as computer numerically
controlled (CNC) routers, multi-borers and modular construction.
Furniture makers use predominately 'traditional' wood working skills and
knowledge of timber features and frame construction to produce items
ranging from custom-built fine jarrah furniture to volume production
solid timber furniture.
Cabinet Making and Furnishing Courses
These qualification reflects vocational outcomes for those performing furniture component dismantling and assembly for surface finishing in furniture manufacturing enterprises.
TAFE SA Tonsley Campus
1284 South Road
Email: enquire online
Phone: +61 8 8207 2800
TTY: +61 8 8226 4413 (For Deaf and Hearing Impaired only)
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