I think I’m done with the major Oak bits finally…..at least I hope so! This project has really freed up a lot of lumber storage…........
Again – the tables, fences and dust collection are not done and/or fastened…..decided that I need to add the finish to the table tops before fastening, so the dust collection will follow that….I think.
Anyways – it occurred to me that I may be able to incorporate one of the drill presses into the wall – I am all about maximizing the usable space…......so to the left of the miter saw, I believe the base of the drill press can co-exist below the table to the left of the miter saw…....
Without the table:
With the table:
On the other end of things – finished up framing in the corner to the right of the drum sander – built an “L” shape corner to pickup the spindle sander at the same time.
A shot with just the framing:
And with the floating shelves:
The shop vac is pretty much dedicated to this tool so it can stay right under the sander:
The floating shelves, which are common throughout this build including the slide-outs are simply 3/4” oak ripped to random widths and sit in rabbets in the frame…....can’t really see why these won’t work. Always left a bit of room for them to grow so should be self sufficient…......
Thanks for looking.
-- Jeff - I have not failed. I've just found 10,001 ways that won't work.