|Workshop by Brandon Hintz||posted 03-01-2010 11:42 AM||1069 reads||0 times favorited||6 comments|
3544 Voyager Circle
San Diego, CA 92130
My workshop is a 20’ Interstate Loadrunner which I pull behind my truck. I specialize in onsite custom cabinetry and finish carpentry so having a complete shop I can take to the job is important. Inside the trailer I built 2 workbenches one which runs almost the entire lenght of the driver side and includes storage for most of my portable power tools and hand tools. The other bench which covers half of the passenger side wall has a router mounted flush with the benchtop, and also provides storage for my finishing supplies, home protection supplies and misc hardware. At the front of the trailer I bolted down my 30 gal upright air compressor and dust collector. Along the ceiling of the trailer I mounted the dust collection ducts with drops over the benches. Also near the front/side door of the trailer I bolted my Drill Press down. When transporting to or from a jobsite I have anchor points buit-in to the benches so that my table saw doesn’t roll. Basically when I am at a jobsite or working at home I roll the tablesaw behind the trailer, setup the power mitersaw on its stand, and set up 3-4 sets of sawhorses as benches and work right out of the back of the trailer.
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