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Classes

We offer a wide range of classes, from beginner to advanced. These include project and skill courses offered year around in our 8,000 square-foot facility. To learn more go to our Classes page.

 

If you're traveling far to get to class, also visit our special informational page for out-of-town students.


Register

We make registration easy by providing a variety of skill development and project classes for beginner or advanced students during a variety of hours and day combinations year around. Simply visit our Calendar to get a view of what is coming up!


School Facility

Last Fall we cut the ribbon on the newest of our three facilities and followed that up with a Grand Opening of our School of Woodworking. We believe it provides the very top-tier in educational facilities for woodworkers. View the video above to see what great things people are saying! Better yet, come and see the Midwest's Premier Woodworking Destination!


What's New
  • Dust Free Workshop????

    Well, not totally dust free, that probably isn’t achievable in a woodshop.   But the CUWS School of Woodworking just got a lot closer.  Our stationary power tools are now all o...Read More

  • NEW Television Sponsorship

    CU Woodshop Supply is proud to announce that we are sponsoring The Woodsmith Shop for woodworkers in Central and West Central Illinois. The show can be seen Saturdays starting October 5, 2013 from ...Read More

  • TV Coverage of our Rocking Chair and Guitar Classes!

    We had local television crews on site the first week in May to report on a couple of our most popular project classes, namely, rocking chair and guitar building. And as a special note, we found out...Read More

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Tip of the Week
  • Keeping Open Containers of Finish

    What is the best method of storing an open container of finish?  Partial containers of finish can form a ‘skin’ on the surface due to the air in the container if they are left standing for a long period of time.  To help extend the shelf-life of open containers of finish pour the partial container of finish into a glass or plastic jar (properly labeled) sized to minimize the amount of air space in the container.  Additionally any finish that may spill on the rim (threads) of the jar can make opening the container difficult.   To prevent this problem and help keep air from the container wrap a layer or two of Teflon tape over the threads of the container.  Allow some of the tape to lap over the top of the container rim so it comes into contact with the lid.  Most finishes and paint will not stick to the tape, so the container is easier to open in the future.  CUWS Staff


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