03 Aug. 2014|
Fine woodworking shop tips,diy refurbished dresser ideas,diy wood fired oven uk - Review
BA3 writes: I'm always looking for ways to improve my shop -- in fact, sometimes I think I spend more time working on my shop than working on projects. I may need it more that all of you, just about to launch into the big new shop, the 2 car garage is going (along with the house) for a new 4 car space monster (and a new house) so at last I'll have space for all the toys AND room to move. Robbie2527 writes: I would love to have this book to add to my library of woodworking books. Kitfox writes: This book sure would like nice next to my other books from Taunton Press in my Fine Woodworking bookcase plans made.
Ron_C writes: As a beginner outfitting my shop piece by piece as finances allow, this book would be of great help to me.
I am back to woodworking now that I can afford to buy the dust control equipment to make it fun again. Also included are smart storage solutions and improvements to workstations and shop aids, like a tilt-top shop cart that handles plywood and a rock-solid plywood bench. Like Fine Woodworking articles over the years, these articles include detailed drawings and photos to help with step-by-step instruction.
Quite simply, Shop Improvments is full of great ideas and would be a great help to just about all woodworkers.Lucky Grabel is the winner.