Year 12 students from the as part of the "biggest major works exhibition in recent years" according to Dubbo College's Nigel White.
The Senior Campus' technical and applied studies head teacher Nigel White said the 2019 class was also the first to experiment with resin in the finished products.
The exhibition followed the HSC marking for the practical part of the exam, which commenced on-site at the Campus' Newman Centre for learning on Monday.
Families and friends were invited on Wednesday to review the finished projects on display.
Student Thomas Isbester exhibited a rocking chair he had spent endless amounts of time crafting and perfecting.
Having Paul Dunlop from Granny's House come and view the exhibited works is great. It is a boost to the students to see one of their mentors here admiring their hard work.Nigel White
"I spent up to eight hours a week for 30 weeks working on the rocking chair. I had seen it done as an HSC project before and I thought it was a cool idea," he said.
Other work to feature in the exhibition included a variety of tables, wardrobes, bureaus, bars, entertainment units and desks and a rocking chair, jewellery box, chest, and cooler.
"It's the first time in years that we have not had beds as a project," Mr White said.
Mr White said the students had received invaluable support from local businesses, including Granny's House and Ramiens Timber.
"Having Paul Dunlop from Granny's House come and view the exhibited works is great," Mr White said.
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"It is a boost to the students to see one of their mentors admiring their hard work."
The students were well supported by teachers John Miller and Michael Boyan who both spent many hours guiding and supporting the students through the process.
"There were a number of very long nights," Mr White said.
"But that just goes with the job.
"It's what we do."
After a long stretch of working hard on the practical side of the HSC exam, the students will have a small break before sitting the theory part of the exam for Industrial Technology-timber in November.