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How to Design and Build Your Ideal Woodshop

by Bill Stankus

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This was a decent book about organizing a woodworking shop. It was well written and decently organized. Reading it straight through, one gets the feeling he's repeating himself a lot, like this was a bunch of articles collected for a book. The biggest irritant I found was his constant use of "Well there is no 'best' because every work shop and woodworking is different". Ya, I know but he could have given a few more ideas of what people found useful in certain situations. Overall if you want ideas on things to think about when trying to design or decide on how to organize a shop and some of the things you should think about including this book is a good start. ( )
  readafew | Aug 11, 2009 |
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