|Workshop by GaryL||posted 10-17-2010 09:01 PM||3448 reads||5 times favorited||24 comments|
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In between projects I had a chance to do a quick clean-up and shoot some photos. The major equipment includes a Powermatic 2000 5hp tablesaw with a PSP (phenolic surface ply) outfeed table with built in router table, MiniMax E16 bandsaw, , Jet 22-44 OSC drum sander, Milwaukee panel saw, Powermatic 90 lathe, Dewalt 718 sliding miter saw, Kreg Foreman pocket hole machine, Delta Line Borer w/hinge boring attachment, 2 portable router tables (one rolling cabinet and 1 benchtop), Jet 1100 dust collector, Dewalt 735 thickness planer, Powermatic 701 mortiser, Sears 1hp 8” grinder w/ Oneway Wolverine sharpening jigs, Woodmaster 718 planer/molder/drum sander w/30 or so molding knives, and lots of various power tools, hand tools and pnuematic tools stored in every nook and cranny that I can squeeze things into.
Acquired the Rockwell/Delta 37-315 8” jointer today.
There are also things you may see that aren’t normally seen in a woodshop since I am a remodeling contractor, such as the Tapco Pro19 aluminum brake hanging from the ceiling above the lathe among other things.
I built the building in 2004. It is 24×34 with 9 1/2 ft. ceilings and a pull down access to the attic. 100 amp service, natural gas, phone, and of course..cable TV. Since the addition of the panel saw it lost the designation of “garage” to “Shop”. No way a vehicle is ever going in there anymore. In the second photo, in the right corner, is an paint booth exhaust system/retrofit with a recirculating duct to try and save some heat. Most is exhausted outside. All fumes/overspray passes through filters and then a charcoal filter for the enviromentally concerned.
-- Gary; Marysville, MI...Involve your children in your projects as much as possible, the return is priceless.