|Workshop by MasterSergeant||posted 01-19-2011 06:32 PM||1970 reads||0 times favorited||8 comments|
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My wife and I built our dream house with our own two inexperienced hands over a three year period. Part of our planed home was a woodworking shop for me, and we decided, because of our lot size, to place my shop above the garage. My shop is 24 feet by 35 feet with vaulted ceiling. One of the purposes of my woodworking shop was to facilitate the making of all the trim in our house. But first I must learn how to make this trim, again I am inexperience but more then ready to learn. We live in the Midwest were estate auctions are a common occurrence, we go to these auctions and purchase the tools I will need up in my shop. So far I have a Sears 10” table saw, 16” Jet band-saw, 12” Ridgid compound sliding miter saw, bench belt/disk sander, Delta drill press, mini lathe, full lathe, 12” delta planer, Kregg pocket hole jig, router table w/Milwaukee 1 hp router and a 6 jointer most of all this via auctions and really good prices! What more could a garage guy need?!
-- Kelly, woodworker under construction