Ralph Chapman's Ultimate Small Shop shows retirees step by step, how to get into woodworking and how to build a complete workshop on a LIMITED budget.
His guide offers comprehensive information covering all the factors that you need to consider in order to set up a proper workshop, from the most basic to the most important.
The guide also provides critical insights for tool selection including a secret source showing where to buy quality tools at really low prices.
Taking up woodworking as a retirement activity means you will need a shop and a place to keep your lumber and other tools. Setting up a workshop may sound expensive, and many think they will need a larger space than is really needed.
The truth is, this isn’t always the fact. With just $1,000 and a space as small as 8’X8’ square feet, you can build a fully functional workshop. It's even less if you just use hand tools!
You just need to know how to maximize your space and select the right tools for the job. Ralph's guide takes you step by step through the entire process of setting up a shop correctly.
The guide gives you insights in 6 modules:
Electricity, Lighting and Sound Proofing
Heating, Cooling, Ventilation & Dust
Workshop Safety & More
Ralph's guide includes all the details that are needed before you start. How to set and work within your budget, where to find what is needed at the best price plus lots more insider information.
Setting up a woodworking workshop ISN'T difficult, but without knowing how to do it, what you need to do and especially what you shouldn’t do, it may end up being more expensive and harder than anticipated.
For example, when it comes buying tools, many beginner woodworkers just don’t know what to get or where to get them. They end up buying poor quality tools or tools they actually don’t need. Don't let this happen!
The best prices for tools are not where you would expect and Ralph reveals his secret sources in his guide.