|Workshop by Marty Schlosser||posted 05-10-2012 01:11 PM||1978 reads||4 times favorited||5 comments|
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OVERVIEW. I’ve an 1,100 sq ft basement shop with 9’ ceilings and a fair amount of natural lighting augmented by banks of fluorescent lights. The main doorway leads directly from the garage, while the secondary door joins the rest of the basement. There is a dedicated 60 amp service panel which delivers electrical power to all but the lights. The shop has a sprayed foam sound insulated ceiling and sound deadening batts in the walls, all covered with drywall which together efficiently limit sound transference to the rest of the house. The radiant heated floor has been painted with polyurethane paint.
MAIN TOOLS. Felder K700S sliding saw; Delta 8” jointer; Powermatic 15” planer; General 15” bandsaw; Hitashi compound sliding miter saw; shop-built main bench with Tucker face and Veritas tail vise; shop-built router table with Kreg router raising system and heavy duty Porter-Cable router; shop built waterborne finish spray booth which folds against the wall when not in use and features an inexpensive, direct-to-the-exterior venting system; King floor drill press; and an Oneida Pro 5 cyclone which connects all machines.