Workbenches From Design and Theory to Construction and Use
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Workbenches From Design and Theory to Construction and Use
Workbenches From Design and Theory to Construction and Use
Workbenches From Design and Theory to Construction and Use


 

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After observing the limitations of hundreds of workbenches, Christopher Schwartz set out on his quest for the ultimate workbench following his basic premise was that a bench should allow you easily work on edges, faces and ends. This book explores historical records from the 18th and 19th centuries to explain the design of specific features and how that relates to modern woodworking. With extensive chapters on jigs and hardware and two specific designs, you will be inspired to rethink and retool your work area.
144 pages, Hardback.
Copyright 2007
150 Photos
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  • After observing the limitations of hundreds of workbenches, Christopher Schwartz set out on his quest for the ultimate workbench following his basic premise was that a bench should allow you easily work on edges, faces and ends. This book explores historical records from the 18th and 19th centuries to explain the design of specific features and how that relates to modern woodworking. With extensive chapters on jigs and hardware and two specific designs, you will be inspired to rethink and retool your work area.
  • 144 pages, Hardback.
  • Copyright 2007
  • 150 Photos

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