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107 E Smith St
Oxford, IN 47971
United States

Oxford Workshop

Equipment includes:
  • Powermatic 66 Table Saw
  • Powermatic 64 Contractor’s Table Saw
  • Powermatic Long Bed Jointer
  • Powermatic 15 Planer
  • Powermatic 75 Dust Collector
  • Powermatic Drill Press
  • Jet Shaper
    Power is in the slow process of being installed with a 200A 40 slot Siemens panel fed with 100A and wall outlets.
Redondo Beach Workshop
  • Powermatic 66 Table Saw with extension table (Have Excalibur Sliding Table, but no room)
  • Powermatic 64 Contractor’s Table Saw
  • Powermatic Long Bed Jointer
  • Powermatic 15 Planer
  • Powermatic 075-1 Dust Collector
  • Powermatic Drill Press
  • Powermatic Hollow Chissle Mortiser
  • Powermatic DT65 Dovetail Machine
  • Powermatic 13 Large Belt Sander
  • Powermatic 93 Scroll Saw
  • Powermatic 27 Shaper
  • Grizzly G1148 Heavy-Duty 15” Bandsaw
  • Panel Saw
  • Hawk 220-3 Precision Scroll Saw
  • JDS Air Tech 2000 High Efficiency Air Filtration Unit
  • Jet Shaper
    100A Panel for Shop

Images on left are from the Redondo Beach Workshop:

  • 1 – Powermatic 66 with extension table – 5 hp
  • 2 – Powermatic DT65 Dovetail Machine
  • 3 – Powermatic Drillpress
  • 4 – Powermatic Lathe
  • 5 – Powermatic 15 Planer
  • 6 – Powermatic Long Bed Jointer
  • 7 – Powermatic Hollow Chisel Mortiser
  • 8 – Panel Saw
  • 9 – Powermatic 075-1 Dust Collector
  • 10 – JDS Air Tech 2000 High Efficiency Air Filtration Unit
  • 11 – Grizzly G1148 Heavy-Duty 15” Bandsaw
  • 12 – Air Compressor / Dewalt Radial Saw / Powermatic 13 Large Belt Sander
  • 13 – Wall of Clamps
  • 14 – This is Oxford Workshop space as it was when I purchased the 1915 Masonic building.
  • I don’t have any current photos of the shop but will get one next time I’m there.

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pottz

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#1 posted 09-19-2018 09:52 PM

not a shop,just a list of tools,we gotta see it,were show and tell bunch-lol.welcome to lumber jocks.

-- sawdust the bigger the pile the bigger my smile-larry,so cal.

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Oxford

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#2 posted 09-19-2018 10:31 PM

Yea, well, you’re lucky you got a list out of me!

I have a shop in Redondo Beach, CA with much of the same equipment that I use as a General Contractor. I am in the process of wiring up a second shop in Oxford, IN to do some work restoring some late 1800’s buildings, specifically fabricating replacement sashes and trim to match the period stuff.

Both shops are jamb packed with equipment and other stuff so there aren’t any good pictures at this time. I’ll see if I have something I can put up.

So, I have two shops. Is there a way to list two shops or is it one shop per login?

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Craftsman on the lake

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#3 posted 09-19-2018 10:55 PM

Nice list but we need tool porn…. pictures please!

-- The smell of wood, coffee in the cup, the wife let's me do my thing, the lake is peaceful.

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pottz

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#4 posted 09-19-2018 11:01 PM

well hey neighbor im just a few miles away in gardena.you can add all the pics you beside the six given,just click on the img icon and add all you want.take a look at mine to see what i mean.

-- sawdust the bigger the pile the bigger my smile-larry,so cal.

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IantheTinker

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#5 posted 09-20-2018 10:29 PM

You’ve got some good tools at your disposal, can’t wait to see what you make with them.

-- opiningminnesotan.com

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Oxford

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#6 posted 09-20-2018 10:52 PM



You’ve got some good tools at your disposal, can’t wait to see what you make with them.

- IantheTinker

You can take a look under Projects and get an idea. The shop was originally built to mill the material for the stain grade Arts & Crafts trim for the 1st floor of the house I built, and the paint grade trim for the 2nd floor. Subsequently we built the kitchen island, kitchen countertops, two-sided upper cabinets, pantry cabinets, dining room wainscoting, the dining room hutch, foyer window seat, paneled foyer, Great Room left and right built-in entertainment cabinets, balcony and porch railings and Arts & Craft columns, etc.

I’m duplicating a subset of the shop in Oxford, IN to mill trim and replacement sashes, windows, and doors for the four 1885 buildings I’m working on there. The shop is not operational yet but the equipment is in place. Have installed the electrical panel and new meter bases and some of the wiring. There is more work to be done there.

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