|Workshop by Dekker||posted 2485 days ago||1265 reads||0 times favorited||12 comments|
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Unfortunately, my workshop is only a single car garage. It is cramped, and it shares space with all the normal things you store in a garage, but when I need to work on a project, everything else gets cleared out and dedicated to woodwork.Shop Tools:
- ShopVac: Ridgid 5HP, 45L (yup, probably the most important tool)
- Tablesaw: Craftsman 9-1/2” (circa 1981? Can’t find that size blade anymore!)
- Router: Freud FT2000E
- Router Table: shop-made MDF (project photos to come)
- Jointer: Ridgid JP06101
- Planer: Ridgid TP400LS
- Miter saw: Craftsman
- Bandsaw: Delta SM400 - Great for the budget-minded woodworker, if properly adjusted!
Check out the photo to left. The router table is posted as a project, even though it is very basic. As you can see, whenever I need to work on a piece of wood that is over 3’ long, I need to do some re-arranging. The worktable is out-of-frame to the right, and it is a 1970’s era kitchen table, with steel legs and what looks like melamine top. It was a dumpster rescue, but it’s functional!
-- Dekker - http://www.WoodworkDetails.com/