|Workshop by Dustmite97||posted 08-01-2009 08:38 PM||2522 reads||0 times favorited||15 comments|
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Here is my new and improved shop. I now no longer share areas of the basement with my dad. Since I got a bunch of new equipment, I decided to set up my own area in the back half of the basement. Just recently, me and my dad installed two new 110 volt/20 amp circuits for my area and put in a bunch of new outlets. Now the table saw has it’s own outlet, the planer has it’s own outlet, the dust collector has it’s own outlet, and the disc sander, bandsaw, and scroll saw have their own outlets. The new electricity supply is much more convenient because I don’t have to use extension chords anymore. Anyway, I will give you a short photo tour of my new shop.
Photo #1- The planer and dovetail jig on the new table that I built. Underneath are the finishing supplies and other items. I also use it for assembly.
Photo #2- My new Craftex disc sander that I got for my birthday. An amazing little machine.
Photo #3- Pegboard wall above my workbench
Photo # 4- Drill press, scroll saw, band saw, and some hand tools
Photo # 5- My new Craftex lathe!
Photo# 6- My new pre-separator hooked up to a 1.5 hp General international dust collector
It is very exciting setting up your own shop and I simply love mine.
So here is the list of the equipment that I have:
General International 1.5 hp dust collector
Ryobi 13 inch thickness planer
Skilsaw contractor’s table saw
Craftsman chop saw
Mastercraft drill press
Ryobi 9 inch bandsaw
Ryobi 1.5 hp router/table combo
Craftex 12 inch, 1 hp disc sander
Craftex half-blind dovetail jig
Ryobi scroll saw
Mastercraft belt sander
Mastercraft Oscillating Spindle Sander
Busy Bee cyclone separator