Wood Turning

For Wood Technology courses offered, search UC's OneStop web site in the subject CBMK (Cabinet and Furniture Making). If you have questions contact us for assistance.

All Wood Technology Program courses meet Breadth of Knowledge Requirements (BoK) in the distribution area of Fine Arts (FA).  UC's GenEd program assures exposure to the traditional disciplines that are the hallmark of a liberally educated person.


All courses in the WT Program have additional costs including: required shop fee, purchase materials for the projects assigned, personal safety equipment & textbook(s). See the WT FAQ page for more information.

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Wood Turning I (CBMK1060C)

This class is for the beginner interested in wood turning. The student will be introduced to the basics starting with a discussion of lathes, tools and tool sharpening. Then students will learn techniques required for furniture making to produce table legs and chair parts. An introduction to bowl turning will be taught.

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Wood Turning II (CBMK1061C)

This class is the second in the sequence of Wood Turning courses. In this course students will learn advanced bowl turning techniques.  Additional techniques required for turning bowls, boxes and other hollow forms will be taught.