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Setting up Shop w/Lowell Miller

10am-12pm

4/26/14

 

Lowell will cover the basics of how to get started building a home shop.

This seminar covers organization, safety, tools, location & storage.

 

Learn how to get the most from your basic shop and build your dream shop!

 

SawStop Special Offer

 

Buy your SawStop at CU Woodshop!

 

Buy your SawStop from now to April 30th

and get your choice of

overarm dust collection or

a mobile base for free.

 

Featured Project!

 

 

Recently a Champaign-Urbana celebrity and accomplished woodworker, Nick Offerman, actor and graduate of University of Illinois recently came back to town to promote the Japan House and honor his one-time professor with a special woodworking project that CU Woodshop was able to help with... See the article here.

 

What's New

Jim Meadows talks with Tim Yoder, the former host of PBS Create’s “Woodworking Workshop with Tim Yoder,” and Mike Van Pelt of the CU Woodshop. Just click PLAY to listen online!

 

 


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