Equiping Your Woodworking Shop – woodworking shop

· Finger joints

Step 3. Now that you know how much floor space is available and the type of woodworking power tools you will be purchasing, you will need to create a simple floor plan to determine the size and location of your work benches and storage cabinets. These drawings can just be simple sketches which you can refer to while you build your garage woodworking shop. Since you are building a woodworking shop, you can always buy customizable woodworking plans and build your own cabinets.

**Do not reach across, over, or behind the table saw blade. Always keep your hands and fingers away from the blade.

**Always use a push-stick for thin cuts to keep your hands and fingers clear of the blade.

A couple of tips while using your woodworking shop tool – the band saw:

There are so many accessories out there, it can boggle the mind. You can find almost anything for the most demanding project. With so many accessories available, I find it valuable to have a router table cabinet with drawers. Under the table portion of the cabinet is open so the router can breathe. Underneath I like having two drawers that keep all my router table items in one place. I could never keep all the little knobs, allen wrenches, collet wrenches and speed controls, to name a few, all organized. Imagine how easy it is with a couple of drawers to help you keep it all together.

2. Band Saw

**Always read the tool’s manuals for safe operation and safety advises before performing any work.

A few safety tips for using your woodworking shop tool-the band saw:

Whether you are a woodworking hobbyist or a professional craftsman, your garage can provide the perfect area where you can create the ideal woodworking shop. Before you begin though, be sure and have a plan for your garage woodworking shop in writing. That way it is almost impossible to deviate from your plan.