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Creating Your Own Woodshop
     

Creating Your Own Woodshop

by Charles Self
 

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Plan Ahead for Success

Planning a successful woodshop requires planning and organization. More than just deciding where to put the table saw, you need to decide first where to put the shop, and the basic needs of the shop: electrical, heating, plumbing, lighting, storage and more.

Creating Your Own Woodshop walks you through these plans and

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Plan Ahead for Success

Planning a successful woodshop requires planning and organization. More than just deciding where to put the table saw, you need to decide first where to put the shop, and the basic needs of the shop: electrical, heating, plumbing, lighting, storage and more.

Creating Your Own Woodshop walks you through these plans and helps you decide what you need to plan your own successful woodshop. Whether converting a basement or garage into a woodshop, or building from the ground up, author Charlie Self discusses the options and takes you through the steps necessary to get your shop up and running. Also discussed is tool selection for your particular type of woodworking, shop space planning for efficient working conditions, selecting the right workbench, lighting and finishing concerns and more.

If you're planning a woodshop, read this book first to build it right, the first time.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781558708419
Publisher:
F+W Media
Publication date:
04/02/2009
Edition description:
Revised
Pages:
208
Product dimensions:
8.20(w) x 10.80(h) x 2.40(d)

Meet the Author


Charles Self is the current vice president and past president of the National Association of Home and Workshop Writers, and the recipient of numerous awards for his work. He writes for numerous woodworking magazines, including Popular Woodworking, Woodworker's Journal, Woodcraft and Woodshop News. He is also the author of a dozen books, including The Woodworker's Pocket Reference Book and The Woodworker's Source Book.

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