|Workshop by DoctorDan||posted 05-23-2010 09:03 AM||2031 reads||0 times favorited||9 comments|
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Tools & Wood
On this set of shelves I keep the tools I want handy. In the red tool box I have my chisels, marking equipment, a Stanley no5 & no7. Nearly all my power tools are makita. The grey box is more portable that I used to take to the club. Now it has all the tools I want handy but don’t always need (eg. hammer, dowel jig etc.) The timber is the larger offcuts from old projects and burls drying. I also keep handy a small amount of glue, oil, and shellac.
My main clamp collection consists of 4×1.5m sash clamps, 4×1.3m F clamps, 6×30cm F clamps, 5 quick release.
Larger pieces of wood I store along side the house. The timber in the picture is largely tas. myrtle set aside for a dinning table.
This picture shows my woodfast 12”combo, carbatec 1hp dusty, and some more storage.
This shelf is dedicated to non-woodworking non-house storage. Eg. camping and gardening gear.
A laundry is not desirable in a woodshop. There’s three metal tool boxes under the carpet where I storage other chemicals and less used tools. The saw horses are made from old trestle table legs I rescued from a church basement and put carpet on to protect projects.
Still a work in progress but the bench sits in front of the window.
-- Daniel - http://theloveofwood.blogspot.com/