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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.

Hands on Classes

NEW! Hands on Classes Added


We've been asked to add more tool and technique specific classes to our schedule. So we have created a handful of opportunities. They are:


Hands on Router

Hands on Table Saw

Hands on Band Saw

Hands on Surface Preparation

Hands on Joinery


Each class is available on a Saturday or an evening. Each lasts three hours and the cost for these hands on instructional classes is $75 each.

School Facility

In the fall of 2012 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
  • Private Class Option

    This program allows the student to tailor a course to their exact needs and time schedule.   Is there a specific skill or technique you want to learn? Is there a piece of furniture or ...Read More

  • 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

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Tip of the Week
  • Magnetic Tool holders

    Many power tools and work stations have a number of different tools, such as chuck keys or wrenches to change bits, blades or perform maintenance.  One method to keep the tools in a handy location is to us magnets as tool holders.  Simply stick the magnet to the tool or work station and the wrench to the magnet.  Non-metal stands or work stations may require the use of an adhesive to attach the magnet, such as epoxy, silicone, or one of the super adhesives on the market. Using the magnetic tool holder will keep the appropriate tools close at hand and will help improve the efficiency of your work shop.   CUWS Staff

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