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#1 posted 11-16-2012 05:04 AM

A former colleague of mine, some 20+ years ago, moved from Wichita and said he used to sit in and later be a teaching assistant in local high school shop classes just to learn, get experience on machines, and help out. Things have changed a lot so I cannot tell you if this is still possible today.

When I lived in Illinois the Jr. college had evening shop classes, again, many years ago.

I don’t know if either of these options are available today but it doesn’t hurt to check.

You might also find some good DVDs from some of the woodworking magazines; i.e. Wood Smith comes to mind!

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