Latest “Woodcraft Magazine” Book Features Jigs and Fixtures

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“Woodcraft Magazine” editors focus on woodworking helpers – jigs and fixtures – in the magazine’s fourth special interest publication.

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Woodcraft Magazine’s Home Workshop Jigs and Fixtures is the fourth book in the 10-year-old magazine’s Home Woodworker Series.

This hardworking book is aimed at helping you address any number of project-building and shop-related problems.

The fourth book in the “Woodcraft Magazine” Home Woodworker Series features 46 projects to help woodworkers improve their workshop production with jigs, fixtures, and related woodworking helpers. Woodcraft Supply, LLC, is the magazine’s parent company.

“Woodworkers are problem solvers, but often it takes them a lot of time and research to find a ready-made jig, fixture or stand – or the right materials to make one to meet an immediate need,” Jim Harrold, “Woodcraft Magazine” editor-in-chief, said. “To help our woodworking readers, we selected our best ‘problem solvers’ for ‘Home Workshop Jigs & Fixtures.’ This hardworking book is aimed at helping you address any number of project-building and shop-related problems.”

Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., headquartered in Atglen, Pennsylvania, published the magazine’s latest book, as well as the first three – “14 Wooden Boxes You Can Make,” “Home Workshop Setup: the Complete Guide,” and “Home Workshop Storage: 21 Projects to Build.”

“In ‘Home Workshop Jigs & Fixtures’ you’ll find shop-proven plans to make your tablesaw, routers, drill press, bandsaw, lathe and other machines do more,” Harrold said. “Plus you’ll find ideas for making better surface work areas, sturdy supports such as sawhorses, and mobility aids. Instructions, illustrations and photographs are included with each project.” All four volumes include material first featured in the magazine.

To order a copy contact the Woodcraft store nearest you, visit or call (800) 535-4482.

In addition to its book series, “Woodcraft Magazine” publishes six issues a year and maintains two lines of woodworking plans – Classic® Project Plans and Classic® Shop Plans. Magazine project and technique downloads are also available online. To learn more about “Woodcraft Magazine,” visit and

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