Most of the pre-Christmas furor to engineer wood gifts is over for me and it’s time to post a tour I promised weeks ago to JPW1995. It’s time for a tour to the south, now that the ravages of winter have set in with a vengeance, although JP’s shop is far enough north that there is a chill even there. Of course Deb is ready for inclement weather with the beaver hat and mackinaw. But the coffee is on, and when the container is done, I’m sure JP will find good use for it.
JP has a tightly organized two-car garage shop, that rarely has the opportunity to house a vehicle. Here Ms. Deb has the opportunity to take some measurements of the drill press table and tool storage.
There are no shortage of saws in this small shop. Nice compound sliding miter here… as well as a scroll saw and a radial arm saw.
Add on a venerable Delta TS, and as you can see there are a plethora of projects nearly ready to post on Lumberjocks.
I forgot to get all the data on that window unit. Looks like just the ticket to keep the shop comfortable.
JP is a jig and fixture person, with a nice cut-off sled and miter fixtures ready to safely ease through the cuts.
Thanks for the invite JPW1995. Go get that shop inspection certificate!
-- "Bordnerizing" perfectly good lumber for over a decade.