Workstations and Tool Storage

Overview

Woodworkers are always looking for ways to make their workshops function better for them. Dedicated workstations make woodworking more efficient. For space-challenged woodworkers, modular systems allow the benefits of a well-equipped shop in a minimum of space. This book shows how to apply the workstation approach to the shop and how to store and protect your valuable tools.

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Overview

Woodworkers are always looking for ways to make their workshops function better for them. Dedicated workstations make woodworking more efficient. For space-challenged woodworkers, modular systems allow the benefits of a well-equipped shop in a minimum of space. This book shows how to apply the workstation approach to the shop and how to store and protect your valuable tools.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781561587858
  • Publisher: Taunton Press, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 9/6/2005
  • Series: New Best of Fine Woodworking Series
  • Pages: 160
  • Sales rank: 931,321
  • Product dimensions: 8.54 (w) x 10.96 (h) x 0.38 (d)

Meet the Author

Fine Woodworking has been publishing the best woodworking information for small shop woodworkers since 1975.

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Table of Contents

Introduction 2
Section 1 Workshop Systems
Fine-Tune Your Shop 4
Roll-Away Workshop 10
Section 2 Storage Solutions
Versatile Shop Storage Solutions 17
Four Ways to Get Organized 24
Clamp Storage Solutions 30
Section 3 Dedicated Workstations
Tilt-Top Shop Cart 36
Stack and Saw Lumber on the Same Rack 39
Convertible Clamping Workstation 42
Low Assembly Bench 50
Vacuum Hold-Down Table 54
Rolling Chopsaw Stand Saves Space 58
A Downdraft Sanding Table 62
Section 4 Workbenches
Power-Tool Workbench 65
New-Fangled Workbench 69
A Bench Built to Last 77
Rock-Solid Workbench 86
Section 5 Sawhorses
Build a Better Sawhorse 96
Sawhorses for the Shop 98
Section 6 Tool Cabinets and Chests
Making a Case for Dovetails 106
Making a Machinist-Style Tool Chest 110
Fine Furniture for Tools 113
A Chisel Cabinet 119
Tool-Cabinet Design 122
An Inspired Tool Chest 131
Heirloom Tool Chest 137
Credits 149
Index 151
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