The local university here has a wood shop where they give classes and
let you rent time. Taking one class certifies you to rent time in the
The machines are poorly maintained, often out of calibration, and
usually when you want a particular machine, like a jointer, it isn't
working. That shop was one of my major incentives to purchase many of
my current tools.
It might be that if this particular campus offered any courses or
majors in woodworking, the shop might be in better condition, but they
don't. So it isn't.