Shop Layout and Design

Typically a woodworking shop starts in a corner of the garage or basement. Then over time you add tools, develop new skills, expand the shop and change the layout. And at some point over this evolution you may be lucky enough to design a new shop from
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  • Laying Out a WorkshopLaying Out a Workshop

    by Scott Landis

    Scott Landis visited dozens of professional and amateur shops to evaluate the basic systems that constitute most modern workshops. He asked shop owners to share ...

  • Woodworking in MendocinoWoodworking in Mendocino

    by John Kelsey

    This article traces the influence Mendocino craftsmen have had on woodworking and related lifestyle choices. These “outsider craftsmen,” as James Krenov calls them, ...

  • North Bennet Street Industrial SchoolNorth Bennet Street Industrial School

    by John Lively

    At Boston’s North Bennet Street Industrial School, students learn to design and build furniture in several 18th-century styles -- Queen Anne, Chippendale, Sheraton, ...

  • Which Three?Which Three?

    by Robert Sutter

    Robert Sutter has a workshop brimming with machines: a 10-in. tablesaw, a 13-in. thicknesser, a long-bed jointer, sanding machines, an overarm router, a drill press, ...

  • Ultimate Garage Shop MakeoverUltimate Garage Shop Makeover

    Learn how one Fine Woodworking staffer converted a musty detached garage into prime real estate for a woodworking super-shop

  • Welcome to Woodworking HeavenVideo: Welcome to Woodworking Heaven

    with Peter Korn

    Learn what makes this world class woodworking school tick with an exclusive Fine Woodworking video tour

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