|Workshop by Nighthawk||posted 818 days ago||1907 reads||0 times favorited||17 comments|
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Location: Dunedin, New Zealand
Hobbyist or Pro: Hobbyist
Shop Type: Basement
Square Footage: Not enough what ever it is. 7metres x 4metres. I not sure what that is in feet.
I am not rich and don’t have a big fancy work shop like you see on a lot of youtube video’s. They have all the big power tools and nice flat area, most are big open space heaps of room to move. I on the other hand have a, well, I work out of a basement under 96 year old house on a hill. I have only just been able to get part of it leveled and concreted…
I have to work around house piles which can make things interesting and fun at the same time, and sometimes damn annoying. Everything is a work in progress, but i can get things done.
Power tools (more power…)Saws
- Toolshed Conctractors Saw
- Tooline scroll saw
- Worx compound sliding mitre saw
- Worx jigsaw
- DeWalt circular saw
- Worx reciprocating saw
- Toolshed 14inch Bandsaw
- Worx belt sander
- Worx sheet sander
- Worx orbital rotary sander
- Ryobi mouse sander
- Worx multi tool
- Toolshed moble 8inch Jointer thicknesser Planner
- Toolshed Belt & Disc Sander 6 x 9
- Elbow greese.
- Makita 14.4v cordless
- Ryobi 18v cordless
- Older 9.6v B&D Cordless
- Small drill & attachment press (very old I can not even remember the brand Wolf I think)
- Toolshed Mill Drill Press
- Worx angle grinder
- Ryobi bench grinder
- Ryobi biscuit joiner.
- Bosch router
- Maktec router trimmer (Maktec for those that don’t know is made by Makita)
- Bosch heat gun
- Home made wood turning lathe. (Pretty well made and thought out actually)
I have all the usual hand tools, like hammers, screw drivers, spanners and socket sets, chisels and saws and not enough clamps.
-- Rome wasn't built in a day... but I wasn't on that job? ... http://www.wackywoodworks.co.nz