Great Workshops from Fine Woodworking

Inspiring Shop Ideas from Americas Favorite WW Mag

Great Workshops from Fine Woodworking

By:  Editors of Fine Woodworking

Product ID:  070961
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HOUSE & HOME / Do-It-Yourself / General
HOUSE & HOME / Woodworking

Imagine a workplace where lumber is easy to handle, the air is clean, the temperature is right, every tool is close at hand, and work flows smoothly from station to station.

Now you can find everything you need to create your dream workshop in this valuable collection of articles from Fine Woodworking magazine. In a single volume, you'll explore a carefully selected compilation of the very best shop ideas we've discovered.

Where do we find these state-of-the-art shop ideas? The editors of Fine Woodworking hit the road for months every year to visit hundreds of real-world shops across the country. We check out every detail - including projects and processes as they really happen- to bring you the most extraordinary success stories.

Whether you're upgrading your current workshop or building from scratch, Great Workshops delivers all the tips, techniques and trade secrets to help you design a workplace around your specific needs.

As you flip through the pages, you'll discover floor to rafters profiles of shops that work on every level, from layouts and workstations to wiring, lighting and safety issues.

Here are just a few of the other topics you'll find covered in great detail.

  • Creating organized workspaces
  • Ergonomics
  • Racking lumber
  • Tool storage
  • Clamp storage
  • Dust collection
  • Heating
  • Shops in tight spaces

For the real-life challenges every woodworker faces, Great Workshops provides solutions that make every job more efficient - and more satisfying.

If you agree that your shop is your most important woodworking tool, here's all the expert advice you need to make your ideal workplace a reality.

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