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Table of Contents Section 1: Locating and Organizing the Shop 000 The Shop as Tool 000 Joe Tracy Great Shop in a Two-Car Garage 000 Curtis Erpelding The Almost Perfect Basement Shop 000 Jan Carr Turning a Parking Place into a Great Shop Space 000 Chris Cochnour A Well-Organized One Man Shop 000 Ross Day Smart Shop in a One-Car Garage 000 Matthew Teague Dream Shop in the Woods 000 Les Cisek Section: Outfitting the Shop 000 My Five Essential Power Tools 000 Gary Rogowski Essential Tools 000 Mike Dunbar Section: Lighting, Heating and Flooring 0000 Shop Heating Choices 000 Ken Textor Lighting for the Workshop 000 Jack L. Lindsey Low-Cost Shop Floor 000 Scott Gibson Section: Dust Control and Collection 000 Four Ways to Control Wood Dust 000 Alec Waters Small-Shop Dust Collectors 000 Sandor Nagyszlanaczy Protecting Your Lungs from Woodworking 000 Charles W. Calmbacher Dust Collection for the One Man Shop 000 Anatole Burkin Dust Dectector 000 Robert S. Wright PVC Pipe Dangers Debunked 000 Rod Cole Section: Shop Safety 000 Woodworkers' First Aid 000 Alan Marco, M.D. Protect Your Hearing in the Shop 000 William Duckworth Pain Free Woodworking 000 Tom P. LeRoy Prevent injuries to Your Hands, Wrists, and Forearms 000 Tom LeRoy Section: Mobile Machines and Shop Equipment 000 Basement Shop on Wheels 000 Anatole Burkin 4 pages Section: Shop Accessories 000 Woodworking Benches 000 Mike Dunbar Vises are a Woodworker's Third Hand 000 Mike Dunbar A Woodworker's Apron 000 Steve Latta Not Your Father's Pegboard 000 Hank Gilpin
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Workshops Design and construction, Workshops Equipment and supplies, Woodworking tools