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2nd Saturday Seminar

FREE Second Saturday Seminars!

History and Modern use of Planes

Saturday July 14, 2018

by Mark Jannusch

10am-11:30am

 

CU Dreamshop manager Mark Jannusch will be doing our second saturday seminar on July 14.  He'll be talking about the history of planes, where we've come from, and where we are now.  This seminar should have something to offer both the novice and advanced plane user. We'll cover the basic anatomy of the plane and then move on to maintaining and caring for your planes. 
 

 

Have you wanted to get your own planes but not sure what to look for?  We'll teach you what makes a good plane.  Need advice on how to restore old planes?  Mark's the one to ask.  Looking forward to seeing you at our July second saturday Seminar!
Upcoming Classes

The following classes are starting soon:

Intro to Wood Carving

05/19/18

Saturday, 9a.m.-1p.m.

 

Intro to Wood Carving

05/21/18

Monday, 5p.m.-9p.m. 

 

Intro to Wood Carving

05/26/18

Saturday, 9a.m.-1p.m.

 

Intro to Pen Turning

06/13/18

Wednesday, 6p.m.-9p.m.

 

Using Power Tools for Woodworking

06/18/18-07/16/18

Consecutive Mondays, 6p.m.-9p.m.

 

Shaker Boxes

07/09/18-07/10/18

Monday-Tuesday, 6p.m. - 9p.m.

 

 

Is there a class, subject, or project you would like to learn that isn't listed?  Fill out this class interest form and we will contact you as soon as a class is available that would interest you.

 

Go to http://www.cuwschool.com/classes.php for more information about these, and more!

 

Or download our latest class list (pdf), for a quick summary of classes, dates, etc.


USED TOOL 

SALE & SWAP

Sat. July. 28th 9a-2p

   We will have woodworking, mechanic & electrical tools for sale from the vendors that sign up. 

   Join us to sell, trade, or donate your extra tools, then browse around and pick something up for yourself.

 

Who knows what you might find?

Click on the Toolbox to find out more!!

The word tools in an open red tool box

 

Sponsored by CU Woodshop Supply

&

Champaign County Habitat for Humanity


Gift Certificates

 


Gift Certificates

Now Avaliable Online!

 

 

Purchase gift certificates

in the store or online.

 

We can even mail gift certificates

to you or the recipient.

Click here to purchase online

 

 

 

 

Current Promotions

 

 

Special Lumber

 

5/4 Curly Ambrosia Maple

 

 

List Price:

$6.50 / bdft

Sales Price:

$4.50 / bdft.

 

Truly some unique grain and figure.  The natural curl and ambrosia will make wonderful accent pieces on any project.  Cabinets, drawers, turning, and more would all be suitable projects for this material.  Come on in to CU Woodshop to see some of this beautiful lumber! 

 

Sale ends on 06/30/18

 

 

Discontinued Festool Dust Extractors

 

Out with the old in with the new!
 
Festool has discontinued some of their older equipment and we're happy to announce that we will be running a special on the now discontinued models of dust extractors.  The three main differences between the models of dust extractors are that the new models have the new style of hose, a new and stronger plastic for the upper garage, and an improved t-lock system for the front. Otherwise the models are identical.
 
Limited supply available! If you've been saving up for a dust extractor or need an extra one now is a great time to buy!  
 
Check the chart below for our stock and pricing for these discontinued dust extractors.

CT-Mini

$459.00
CT-MIDI $509.00
CT-26 $657.00
CT-36 $711.00
CT-48 $747.00

 

As these are discontinued models of the dust extractors are supplies are limited and no discount will be given on the new tools in compliance with Festool's vendor policies.

 

Exotic Cutoffs

 

These were popular the first time around, CU Woodshop was finally able to get another 600lbs of exotic cutoffs back into the store!  There's a mix of purpleheart, padauk, bloodwood, wenge, zebrawood, lacewood, canarywood, pink ivory, cherry, and walnut all mixed together and available at CUWS now for $5.00 / pound.

 

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