Lon Schleining teaches woodworking at Cerritos College and has been a professional stair builder for 20 years. He lives in Long Beach, California.
looks great. going to build my first workbench from the ideas in the book. worth it for my rookie wood furniture making hobby.Published 1 month ago by eugene f dunham III
Returned Nothing exceptional here. Same information or more available in lots of free places.Published 2 months ago by Alan Pasnik
Beautifully photographed. Lots of variety in workbench styles.
Trying to design my first bench, guided by this and The Workbench Design Book by Christopher Schwarz.
I'm in the process of designing a second work-bench, and this book has lots of ideas, plenty of suggestions, and full of pictures! Read morePublished 3 months ago by Ray Harwood
Great book and complement to the library. Interesting ideas for the home bench!Published 4 months ago by 10X
Would like to return it as I received a new copy, but I am sure that it would not be allowed.Published 4 months ago by David L. Gray
I was pretty excited about this book when I first saw that it was released. I already had the excellent "The Workbench Book" by Scott Landis and I hoped this would be an... Read morePublished 4 months ago by HappyTEN
Bought the book when it arrived the cover was damaged, it looked like it was damaged before it was shipped. The container looked good. What a shamePublished 7 months ago by Stan