The Greenwood Workshop : For Everybody Who Wants to Set It Up
In this book you will learn how to set up your own greenwood workshop. After a short introduction of the craft and some wood species you will read which tools you need, where you can get them and you will learn from step by step instructions with annotated pictures and sketches how to make and build your own machines and devices. Included are instructions for shavehorse, bowl horse, workbench and pole lathe among other useful things. For each device you'll also find a little project inside. It is the compiled knowledge of three years of trial and error while setting up the authors workshop.
- Paperback | 212 pages
- 152 x 229 x 11mm | 290g
- 29 Dec 2016
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- annotated edition
- black & white illustrations
About Michael Stibane
Michael Stibane, born in 1969, is a certified tool mechanic, banker, Linux network administrator, computer journalist and teacher. At the age of three he came in touch with wood when his great-grandpa gave him his first pocket knife. After a two decade break he set up his greenwood workshop in 2010 and learned from the international greenwood masters.