Planning, Building, OutfittingPaperback - 2007
No single workbench design is ideal for everyone: some craftspeople assemble furniture, while others require only special clamps for smaller projects. Based on the author's 30 years of experience, this informative handbook will help every woodworker construct exactly the bench he or she needs. Anyone with basic skills could build either the sturdy and versatile joiner's bench or one for cabinetmakers, and adapt them for individual use. Other workbenches have storage drawers and a cabinet, or are designed for specialties like carving, veneering, guitar making, and more. And this book offers more than just plans for building the bench--it features information on setting it up, installing the tools, and using it for planning, joinery, power tool operations, and assembly.
Published: New York, Sterling Publishers, 2007.
Branch Call Number: 684.08 ALL
Characteristics: 216 p.,ill.,26 cm.