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    Hello. Im new here. I dont know kng may nag tanong na nito pero meron po ba kaung alam na woodwork classes in manila? I have always been interesred kasi but i dont know how. I know that there is carpentrey classess offered un tesda. But other than that wala na ba ibang nag oofer ng classes? Hoping may pumanisn. Salamat sa lahat.¬*

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    My first question is how serious you are in Woodworking para mag take ka pa ng class? There are enough information sa Internet to get you started, however, the information you will find on the internet will also cause you more and more confusion, why? these guys who posted, uploaded, share, brag,profit, scam etc.. what ever you call it, have different approach, opinions tips and technique that often will confuse instead of educate others. But there's also information that is realible and will get you going. Bottom line, you need to find the tutorial that really help.
    Second is, what level are you in right now? alam mo ba gumamit ng martilyo, lagare pait etc. Next is how do you want to do it? Traditional approach like chisel, katam, lagare etc. or Power tools like power saw , router, jointer etc. or mixed of both. You need to think of this ahead para di ka magastusan ng kakabili ng tools buy what you need lang. I'm sure this thread will get you started.

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    • #3
      Bakit may mga taong sinasagot ng patanong ang tanong ng tao? tapos hindi naman nasagot ang orihinal na tanong?

      Sa aking opinyon, kaya siguro ni Testserver pumunta sa woodworking class e para matutununan ang lahat - from safety hanggang sa hands-on.

      Makakakuha ka ng impormasyon sa internet pero hindi ganung kasing lalim ng matutunan mo sa REPUTABLE woodworking class. Kaya minsan maraming nadidisgrasya sa mga power tools sa kadahilanang hindi alam ang tamang paraan ng paggamit nito. Sabi nga, naging pahinante lang ng matagal - ok na maging truck driver!

      May mga tao ngang nag attend ng woodworking class e hindi pa ganung kagaling, what more kung wala kang class na in-attend-an - unless isa kang Master DIY.

      Ngayon, sa tanong mo po - pwede kang tumawag sa TESDA na malapit sa lugar mo, o i search mo sa internet ang carpentry in manila, philippines.

      Saludo ako sa iyo sir, ipagpatuloy mo yang hangarin mo.



      Peace sa lahat
      Putting two pieces of metal together so they stay together - Bigote
      Use the right tool for the right job!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by ossie View Post
        Bakit may mga taong sinasagot ng patanong ang tanong ng tao? tapos hindi naman nasagot ang orihinal na tanong?
        Kailangan yan sir, unless ikaw na siguro ang pinakamatalinong tao sa mundo? Kulang kasi impormasyon na binigay nya kaya dapat magtanong pa ng marami gets mo sir? halimbawa sabi nya interested daw sya anong approach kaya? power tools kaya or handtools. Alam mo ba Ossie?

        Marami impormasyon sa internet kailangan lang malawak ang search knowledge mo. Nakita mo ba ser kung ano yung una kung tanong? gaano kaya sya ka serious sa woodworking? baka naman balak nya lang gumawa ng isang upuan at cabinet, kailangan mo pa bang mag aral sa woodworking class?? unless marami kang pera pede yon.

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        • #5
          Kung hindi mo kayang sagutin ang tanong ng nagtatanong o hindi ka makakapagbigay ng sagot, might as well wag ka na sumagot.

          Kung gusto nya mag attend ng class e labas ka na roon, kahit palito lang ng posporo ang gagawin nya. Kung nanghihinayang ka sa pera na gagastusin nya, labas ka na ulit doon kasi pera nya gagamitin nya at hindi pera mo.

          Mas maganda siguro kung sinagot mo muna ang tanong nya, then saka ka magbigay ng suggestion, pero sa post nya ay hindi humihingi ng suggestion.
          Last edited by ossie; 11-28-2016, 10:58 PM.
          Putting two pieces of metal together so they stay together - Bigote
          Use the right tool for the right job!

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          • #6
            I feel you Ossie hehehe... ako wala ako alam na nag ooffer maliban sa tesda.. sa website nila meron mga accredited schools pwede mo ma search yun subject and saan school located. May na search ako nun dati.

            ako naman I learned through youtube woodworkers channel. Hanap ka lang ng mga gumagamit ng simple power tools.¬*

            you will also learn from experience naman on how to do things or what approach you want to use para sa project.

            basta pag may bago kang tools research muna and ingat palagi mga daliri.

            para sakin it doesnt matter if upuan lang or cabinet ang gusto nya gawin, gusto nya mag take ng class for his own reason. Baka mas maging confident sya starting with classes e. Mas maganda nga kung mag start sya dun. That way di sya mag spend money buying expensive tools just to try it out.

            for starter tools , i would recommend a jigsaw, drill /screw driver, sander, circular saw.¬*


            off topic, ano kaya itinuturo sa tesda? For sure may small projects yun, like making a box. Just to get you started¬*

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            • #7
              Yung nga ang point don eh, kaya ngasinagot ko ng tanong yung tanong nya,di nyo ba naintindihan dalawa na nga kayo di nyo pa din na gets! Ngayon nangyari puro kayo BAKA! yan ang isang ugali ng Filipino na mahirap na alisin yung BAKA subukan nyo mag BABOY minsan. Ang matatanda talaga mahirap na po turuan!

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              • #8
                Heh heh.. this is funny... di ko naman sinasabing mali mag tanong boggieman. ang point lang naman ni Ossie is di mo sinagot yung tanong. Thats it. Ok lang mag bigay ka ng opinion or ask questions pero sagutin mo muna kung meron ba ibang nag tuturo maliban sa tesda

                Yung sagot sa tanong nung thread starter hindi naman kailangan tanungin mo pa kung ano alam nya or gaano sya ka interested sa woodworking. Simpleng sagot lang na meron classes dito sa school na to or wala nang ibang nag tuturo ng carpentry etc. Why would you even ask those question, ikaw ba yung mag tuturo sa kanya? Interview ba? ¬*Let the school decide kung ano level sya dapat.

                Humahaba pa kasi ang discussion e sayang yun oras. Nasagot na sana kailangan mo pa pahabain at kailangan pa balik balikan.

                Kung di mo pa naintindihan e baka masyado ka naman bata. Napakasimpleng bagay e kailangan pa ng mga ganyang comment just to show your point.subukan nyo mag BABOY? Ang matatanda mahirap na turuan? Hanep sa banat.¬*

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                • #9
                  Mag ingat ka Boggieman, maraming matatanda dito sa Forum na ito hehehe I am only 41, ikaw ano age mo? May I know your accomplishments in life? Parang ang laki ng ipinagmamalaki mong kaalaman kasi sa buhay. Kung malaki man, maging humble ka pa rin at hindi HAMBOG!

                  Ganyan ka ba sumagot kung 5 years old ang nagtatanong sa iyo? Tatanda ka din at malalaman mo mga sinasabi mo.

                  Originally posted by Boggieman View Post
                  Yung nga ang point don eh, kaya ngasinagot ko ng tanong yung tanong nya,di nyo ba naintindihan dalawa na nga kayo di nyo pa din na gets! Ngayon nangyari puro kayo BAKA! yan ang isang ugali ng Filipino na mahirap na alisin yung BAKA subukan nyo mag BABOY minsan. Ang matatanda talaga mahirap na po turuan!
                  Last edited by ossie; 11-30-2016, 03:35 AM. Reason: deleting "sa"
                  Putting two pieces of metal together so they stay together - Bigote
                  Use the right tool for the right job!

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                  • #10
                    once i answered a question in this forum with a question din..then i felt remorseful sa naging sagot ko...instead na makatulong, i shunned the person.
                    we can still count the membership in this house...everybody should be welcomed and accomodated no matter how basic (or stupid) their queries are. for once, we were like them naman (i am not saying i am a master of this or that)...

                    afaik, i do not know of any woodworking courses here in Pinas except for apprenticeship siguro sa mga furniture makers...
                    what i am looking are schools of furniture building...or school of woodworking and applied design....yung tipong 1 year ang course...
                    in Taiwan, medyo madami na din silang school of woodworking dun..puro traditional joinery ang approach...madami din silang babae na enrolees eh.
                    i wish magkaron din sa atin niyan....
                    ang problem lang ung sourcing ng quality handtools....
                    sa Baguio masarap magtayo ng ganitong school...kasi malamig!

                    we talked about this many times before here in this forum...there was a thread on this...but just like a spark, it died almost instantly...kasi since we have day jobs, walang serious na mag put up ng ganitong school...bukod sa gastos and big space...and also generally no one wants to pay "exorbitantly" for some handmade fine piece of furniture.
                    siguro, since we are just hobbyists, we simply cannot afford to resign from our day jobs and just rely on the compensation out of our woodworks..unless si Benjie Reyes ka...
                    but i have been ruminating about these thoughts for the longest time.
                    i am simply powerless at the moment.
                    its just wishful thinking.


                    The devil will find work for idle hands to do.-Morrissey

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                    • #11
                      btw, i only know of sam maloof, george nakashima, paul wellers, becksvoort to name a few to be some kind of masters in their craft....and they are quite old...and yes they are already hard to teach to try "new" techniques...they love their "old" techniques that "young" enthusiasts would like to copy (and improve)...
                      Last edited by violaine; 11-30-2016, 04:47 PM.
                      The devil will find work for idle hands to do.-Morrissey

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                      • #12
                        I am new here and I want to learn woodworking...

                        "how serious you are in Woodworking para mag take ka pa ng class?" --> Doesn't help. What's important is I want to learn.

                        "...the information you will find on the internet will also cause you more and more confusion... brag,profit, scam etc ... will confuse instead of educate others" --> no help either. Even discouraging.

                        "... you need to find the tutorial that really help..." --> exactly the reason why I posted in the first place.

                        "...alam mo ba gumamit ng martilyo, lagare pait etc." --> still doesn't help. Somewhat insulting.

                        "...I'm sure this thread will get you started." --> that's what I was hoping, but I got discouraged by the reply. I'll just find another forum where people are helpful.

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                        • #13
                          Mag ingat ako Ossie? tinatakot mo ba ako?? Ang hirap sau mag idea ka pala nung binasa mo yung post nya, yung comment ko ang papakilaman mo? HIndi mo ba naisip na may isasagot ako sa kanya pag nakuha ko yung gusto ko malaman, Kung may idea ka i post mo wag mo sirain araw ng iba.

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                          • #14
                            Nalilito nga ako sau eh, san ka ba talaga sa bakal or kahoy?? anyway if you feel na ikaw makakatulong kay Testserver00 fire away!!!

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by joey81 View Post
                              I am new here and I want to learn woodworking...

                              "how serious you are in Woodworking para mag take ka pa ng class?" --> Doesn't help. What's important is I want to learn.

                              "...the information you will find on the internet will also cause you more and more confusion... brag,profit, scam etc ... will confuse instead of educate others" --> no help either. Even discouraging.

                              "... you need to find the tutorial that really help..." --> exactly the reason why I posted in the first place.

                              "...alam mo ba gumamit ng martilyo, lagare pait etc." --> still doesn't help. Somewhat insulting.

                              "...I'm sure this thread will get you started." --> that's what I was hoping, but I got discouraged by the reply. I'll just find another forum where people are helpful.

                              Funny sir that is all your opinion wag mo sana i assume na yan ang pag iisip nung tao.


                              From my point of view.

                              My first question is how serious you are in Woodworking para mag take ka pa ng class?>>>>>> If Testserver00 replied di masyado kasi may day job ako pero gusto ko matutunan basic, san ba ko magsisimula Napakarami sa internet ng impormasyon na ito, at baka nga lahat tayo sa internet lang halos natuto ( walang lang impokreto sana) Nakuha nyo ba mga sir, yung approach ko po is tailored sa sagot nya!! ngayon sir OSSie kung may sasagot sana nagtanong ka na lang din. Kung iisipin mo sino ba nagpainit ng thread na ito? tanggaling natin sa katawan ang inggit sir ossie.

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