Well I finally got my shop setup somewhat like I wanted…..now it is time to move. SWMBO and I built a new house and start moving in this weekend. Like my current shop, the new one will be in the basement. I will have windows and a walk ou...
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I'm relatively new to woodworking and have spent the last year or two putting together what I consider to be a fairly decent shop for my budget and skill level. I have dabbled in furniture making, turning, and other small projects. Right now consider myself a generalist that still has a lot of things to learn/master, but who doesn't :).
Thanks for stopping by and I will hopefully have more to show soon
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Two years after purchasing my last big tool (Rikon 10-325), I saved enough for my latest purchase, the Delta 18-900L 18-Inch Laser Drill Press. I’ve started putting aside $25 a month + any gift cards etc. to save for major tool purchases an...
Ok, as some of you know or gathered from my electrical questions, I have been upgrading my shop once again. When we had our new deck built this summer, I had the electrician run a 40amp sub panel to my shop. You can read about it here. When all ...
Is it odd that every time I get a new power tool to perform a task, I get an urge to try and do it by hand as well? Anyway it seems to happen to me a lot. This year I received a dovetail jig for Christmas and was up and running cutting half-blin...