|Workshop by Jonathan||posted 1544 days ago||1957 reads||1 time favorited||10 comments|
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My workshop is located in our basement.
Equipment currently includes:
Sawstop 3HP Professional Cabinet Table Saw
Nova 1624-44 Lathe
Workbench built from Kreg plans
Powermatic 64a tablesaw (SOLD)
Forrest WWII blade
Amana Tool 8-inch Dado Set (came included with the Powermatic 64a tablesaw off Craigslist)
Incra V120 Miter Gauge
Ridgid 12-inch compound miter saw (laser not currently installed)
Ridgid 15501 15-inch drill press
Triton TRC001 3.25-HP plunge router (will be relegated to table duty eventually)
Bosch 1617EVS router combo, plus Bosch router edge guide (which, by the way, I dropped and broke one side off of, so will eventually buy a new edge guide)
Skil 7-1/4” circular saw, with a couple of decent Freud blades
Bosch random orbital sander
Kreg K4 Pockethole Jig
Misc. clamps (somewhere in the 30+clamp range, which is nowhere near enough clamps!)
Ridgid Shop Vacuum
Jig It Shelving Jig
Dowel Pro Kit (have not used it yet)
Ridgid reciprocating saw (not exactly intended for fine woodworking, but comes in handy around the house!)
Campbell Hausfeld 3-pack combo nail guns
25-gallon air compressor (out in the garage, not in the shop)
(Retired) Our ironing board, used as an outfeed table when needed. Just got a ball bearing outfeed roller from Rockler on sale. Nice adjustability on height, plus nice stability and the ability to roll stock in any direction. Will be great to use on other tools as well, such as the drill press.
Porter Cable 371 Compact Belt Sander
Delta 50-760 Dust Collector, plus new remote switch from Rockler
Two Performax 16-32 Plus Drum Sanders. Need to sell one.
Delta 6”-Jointer (37-190. SOLD.)
Overhead Air Filtration/Cleaner: JET AFS-1000b (NIB, will install once shop organization is complete.)
Ridgid EB4424 Oscillating Spindle/Belt Sander. A great little tool.
Worksharp 3000 (Won from the Charles Neil 5-Board Bench Contest.)
Earlex Spray Station Pro HV5000
Miter saw stand purchased at Costco with adjustable infeed/outfeed support rollers.
-Various Carter goodies for the new (to me) bandsaw (I purchased these parts at the Denver Woodworking Show at a package price)
-Panel Max Glue Press System (I’m really excited to use it for the first time and will try to get a review up on it since I couldn’t find too much info. at all on this system on LJs. I plan to make a mobile cart for this system, with the Panel Max system on one side, and a clamp rack setup on the other side to house all my clamps. That way, I can roll all of it around as need be. I purchased the Panel Max system at the Denver Woodworking Show at a heavily discounted price. If I really like using it and it works as advertised, I’ll probably pony up and get another one sometime next year so that I can either do larger/longer glue-ups, or more glue-ups at once.)
-Delta 14” Bandsaw (Model 28-275) (Craigslist combo purchase with Incra setup listed below) (I also bought the riser block kit at Rockler with a 25% off coupon, as well as all the Carter goodies. Still need to install the quick blade tension release piece.
-Incra Twin Linear Routing System, Incra Jig Ultra, Wonder Fence…currently attached to some plywood…my goal is to turn this into one heck of an enclosed router table
My newest tool acquisitions:
Nova 1624-44 Lathe (1-7-13)
Festool PS 300 EQ Jigsaw
Incra router table top and leg set (need to assemble so I can begin using it!)
My latest shop project:
1/2/13 – Incra router table setup partially assembled
12/12 – Have begun to try and begin cleaning up and organizing everything as I plan to do a lot more woodworking in 2013, as well as begin turning, so I’m making space for a lathe as well.
5/25/11- Just installed a 220v circuit and outlet for the new SawStop!
Wish List includes:
My new priority is getting everything cleaned-up and organized so I’m more efficient and safer in the shop! (put on-hold until the Christmas gifts are finished…I’ll just be moving piles of stuff around to use whatever I need to at the time)
A better/larger jointer (8-inch)
A couple of good sets of chisels
A nice combination of hand planes
Full Shop Ducting System for Delta 50-760
More Shop Space!
-- Jonathan, Denver, CO "Constructive criticism is welcome and valued as it gives me new perspectives and helps me to advance as a woodworker."