Workshop Projects: Over Two Dozen Projects for Setting Up Your Workshopby Chris Marshall, Woodworker's Journal, John English, Chris Inman
Want the hardest-working shop on the block? The secret lies in streamlining the woodworking process by maximizing your space and organizing your work area. Now, Workshop Projects, Fixtures and Tools for a Successful Shop brings you more than two dozen ingenious projects for setting up your shop to save time, money, and frustration. 29 ingenious projects that will enhance woodworking tools, and maximize your workshop space. Guarantees a more productive woodworking experience.
Meet the Author
Chris Marshall (Sunbury, OH) is the author of dozens of books and hundreds of magazine articles on woodworking and home improvement. He is a contributing editor at The Woodworker’s Journal.
One of the most respected magazines in the field, brings the voice of expert woodworkers to its readers. The publishers believe in a "community" approach to woodworking, where good design is not a secret to be guarded, but shared, and woodworkers learn from one another's mistakes and successes.
John English is a contributing editor of Woodcraft Magazine and a former editor of Today's Woodworker. His work has appeared in numerous woodworking magazines, including American How-To, Fine Woodworking, and Woodshop News, and his syndicated how-to and home repair columns have appeared in newspapers across the United States. He is the author of The Building Buddy, Toys & Accessories, Woodworking Essentials, and Workshop Projects. He lives in Casper, Wyoming.
Sandor Nagyszalanczy is a professional furniture designer and freelance writer, photographer, and consultant with 25 years of experience. A former senior editor of Fine Woodworking magazine, he has appeared on The History Channel's "Modern Marvels" and ABC Television's "World News Tonight with Peter Jennings." Mr. Nagyszalanczy has written and photographed seven books for The Taunton Press.
Shaker work is Kerry Pierce's established area of expertise. He has written four books on the subject of Shaker furniture and woodenware, and dozens of magazine articles. He has a personal relationship with a number collectors and museums that allow him excellent access to original Shaker work.
Tom Caspar is an Editor at American Woodworker. Since 1985, American Woodworker has been the premier magazine for woodworking, having featured every top woodworker in the country. Both technical and accessible, the magazine has a circulation of 275,000, with more than 150 issues in their backlist.
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