|Workshop by GregD||posted 05-19-2010 05:06 PM||1540 reads||0 times favorited||6 comments|
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My shop is a 2-1/2 car detached garage that I share with my motorcycle, my wife’s car, and yard-related stuff. I keep the equipment covered primarily to prevent rust. The bit blue blanket on the right side of the first photo is a Rikon 14” deluxe bandsaw. The light colored wood cabinet in front of the motorcycle (my first posted project) contains a planer and a power miter box. On top of it is an outfeed table in progress – my first Kreg pocket hole jig project – for the Saw Stop PCS hiding under the white-with-paint-splotches tablecloth. The ugly board leaning against the jointer is the old outfeed table that I knocked together when I got the saw a few months back. My sheet stock is stored under the ladders – there is a 8ft cart that rolls away from the wall with smaller pieces (and my collection of cardboard) and behind it I have a few full sheets up against the wall.
Space is tight, and its been a challenge getting things to fit so I can work. Its been great motivation to get rid of things, although there is more stuff that needs to go. I have a bit more than 48” of clearance in every direction from my table saw blade, and that is enough for 98% of what I’ve done lately. On weekends when I’m heavy into it and other times when I need to I overflow into my wife’s parking space.
-- Greg D.