Format: Paper over Board
Dimensions: 224 pages, 10.88 × 8.5 × 0.77 in
Published: April 17, 2000
Publisher: The Taunton Press
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 156158360X
ISBN - 13: 9781561583607
From the Publisher
Woodworkers are always looking for ways to improve their workshops, and this book is exactly what they need to outfit a shop for the first time, or expand their existing shop. Setting Up Shop, Revised takes the practical knowledge and ingenious solutions of the first edition, and combines them with additional photos and drawings to create the most comprehensive workshop book on the market. The second edition includes new photos and also updates on technology especially regarding dust collection, pneumatic tools, and safety. Topics covered include determining the best shop location, shop layout, equipping the shop with tools and accessories, shop safety, and storage. Setting Up Shop, Revised answers the real questions woodworkers have on how to achieve their dream shops, economically and straightforwardly.
About the Author
Sandor Nagyszalanczy of Bonny Doon, California is a professional furniture designer and freelance writer, photographer and consultant. With nearly 25 years of experience building custom furniture, he is a former senior editor of Fine Woodworking magazine and has appeared on The History Channel''s "Modern Marvels" and ABC Television''s "World News Tonight with Peter Jennings." Sandor has authored and photographed nine books published by the Taunton Press, including: Woodshop Jigs and Fixtures, Fixing and Avoiding Woodworking Mistakes, Woodshop Dust Control, The Wood Sanding Book, The Art of Fine Tools, Setting Up Shop and Power Tools: An Electric Celebration and Grounded Guide, The Homeowner''s Ultimate Tool Guide, and Tools Rare and Ingenious.
From Our Editors
You’ve got a skillsaw, a hammer, a few nails and a sander, so what more do you need for your workshop? A lot more if you want to use those tools safely and efficiently! Sandor Nagyszalanczy has 15 years of experience designing and building furniture. In Setting Up Shop, he shares his expert knowledge with DIYers about creating a workspace that has proper heating, electricity, lighting and ventilation and that is well-organized. Ultimately, the author tells you how to build a workshop that you will enjoy working in.