Outfitting and maintaining a shop is something every woodworker wants to know more about. They are always looking for new ways to improve their shops, and this practical book is packed with innovative ideas and projects. The subjects included in this book cover a wide range of techniques and ideas. Projects include how to make a cabinet maker's tool box, build a chop saw stand and put together an easy-to-build work bench. There is information on buying used hand tools, cutting sheet products, mobile machine bases, computers and repairing and tuning workshop machinery. Advice is also given on wiring a shop, collecting dust, using and maintaining shop equipment and running a small commercial shop. In addition, practical solutions are offered for solving a host of workshop problems.The unit can monitor any number of machine circuits and detects AC current from 0.5 to more than 60 amps. The lower limit is adjustable. Notch in socket for U 1 faces toward R11. Pins 1, 5 and 8 must be clipped off of the socket. Alternativeanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Small Wood Shop|
|Publisher||:||Taunton Press - 1993|