Setting up your Own Woodworking Shop

Setting up your Own Woodworking Shop

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Sterling
“Those who spend any serious time breathing sawdust will glean something from Stankus....If you’re seeking to expand the workshop, or just starting one up, Stankus’ll steer you right.” —Booklist. “Concise and focused...with an eye toward economy and environmental concern.... Exciting and useful volume....Recommended.”—Library Journal.

Complete plans and details for building the perfect shop, including several design layouts on all skill levels. “Those who spend any serious time breathing sawdust will glean something from Stankus. If you’re seeking to expand the workshop, or just starting one up, Stankus’ll steer you right.”—Booklist. “Concise and focused...with an eye toward economy and environmental concern. Exciting and useful volume. Recommended.”—Library Journal.


Baker & Taylor
Shows how to design a workshop and discusses power, light, storage, workbenches, power tools, combination machines, dust collection, air compressors, hand tools, jigs, and safety procedures

Publisher: New York : Sterling Pub. Co., c1993
ISBN: 9780806983141
0806983140
Characteristics: 224 p. : ill ; 26 cm

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