I constructed the plywood framing of my miter saw station and when it was assembled and on rolling casters I soon realized the whole thing was completely out of wack – not SQUARE. I quickly realized I wasn’t going to be installing w...
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Location: Edmond, Oklahoma
I'm 28 and going into my 4th year of woodworking and building my shop. I'm still in the process of building my shop, it sits in a 3 car attached garage. I moved into my house March 2011, that's when it all started and I bought my first tool. From there on I've been thinking 4 steps ahead that way I'm not rebuilding shop furniture or upgrading tools that ultimately will cost me time and money. I eventually want to have a completed shop one day but like everyone says once you've completed your shop, then you probably have lost the passion for woodworking.
-- Lance, Hook'em HORNS! ""V""
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It’s been over a year since I’ve posted a video of my shop, so I thought I’d show you how much the shop has changed in a year. Stay for the end where I show some of the furniture I’ve build over the last year. VIDEO H...
Here’s my entry into the Festool Owners Guide video contest running through Jan. 20th. Hope you guys enjoy! CLICK HERE TO SEE THE VIDEO
I finally finished my shop cabinets, they helped get tools and other accessories off the ground, I don’t have to look at a cluttered workbench anymore. I got to practice with my Festool LR-32 system again, the more I use this the more I want...