How to Build A Great Home Workshop

How to Build A Great Home Workshop

Book - 2007
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One type of workshop may not suit every woodworker--after all, a turner has different needs than a furniture maker--but one guide is just right for telling every woodworker how to set up the perfect shop. Wood Magazine provides ideal standards for work flow, machine space, electric power, lighting, ventilation, dust control, and other factors. More than 250 well-illustrated pages present advice on choosing the right space, checking for adequate electricity, customizing a room, heating systems, security in the shop, noise protection, and eyewear options. Plus, there's coverage of workbenches, from drop-lead to full service; stools, stands, and supports; shop cabinet craftsmanship; special storage needs; and easy racks, holders, and organizers. A Selection of the F & W Book Club.
Publisher: New York : Sterling Pub. Co., c2007.
ISBN: 9781402711770
1402711778
Branch Call Number: 684. 08 HOW
Characteristics: 286 p. : chiefly ill. (mainly col.), col. plans ; 26 cm.
Additional Contributors: Stephano, Peter J.
Alternative Title: Great home workshop
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