Home :: Workshop Practice Series :: Workshop Construction

Workshop Construction

Workshop Construction
This book is written as a complete work on the construction methods used in building a relatively inexpensive workshop for a model engineer. It not only contains the details required to build the floor assembly, walls and roof, but also covers the peripheral areas including layout, planning regulations, tools, materials, cost saving ideas, drainage, power supply, lighting, heating, fitting out, security and maintenance. The design is easily adaptable and most variants are covered including several floor types, lean-to construction etc, and illustrative drawings are used extensively to show precisely how the building is detailed. Illustrated with black & white photos and diagrams.

Softcover published by Nexus Special Interests, England, 1995, 133-pages, indexed, 15cm wide x 21cm high, new.
SKU SKU18138
Quantity in stock 2 item(s) available
Weight 0.30 kg
Author Jim Forrest and Peter Jennings
ISBN 1-85486-131-x
Our price: AUD 22.50
including GST 10.00 % ( AUD 2.05 )
Quantity (2 available)
Workholding in the Lathe Simple Workshop Devices Thanks to Providence
AUD 22.50
AUD 22.50
AUD 43.95
Can My Pony Come Too? Dr Edward Swarbreck Hall - Colonial medical scientist & moral activist Old Motoring Advertisements 1921-1925 Part 2
AUD 29.95
AUD 39.95
AUD 19.95
Tasmania's Bygone Years of Road Transport 1940-1950 The Ship That Never Was - The Greatest Escape Story of Australian Colonial History Stripes in the Forest - a thylacine story
AUD 29.95
AUD 29.99
AUD 24.99