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Workshop by RandyMorter posted 01-13-2011 08:37 PM 3952 reads 0 times favorited 5 comments Add to Favorites Watch

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Ridgid JP0610 6 1/8” Jointer / Planer
Ridgid TP1300LS 13” Thickness Planer

Craftsman 221240 10” Table Saw w/ Shop Fox mobile base
Grizzly G0555P 14” Bandsaw w/ Shop Fox mobile base
Ryobi BTS15 10 Inch Table Saw
Ryobi TS1551 12 inch Compound Miter Saw

Bosch 1617EVSPK 2.25 HP Router & Benchtop Cabinet-Style Table
Ryobi RE180PL 2HP Plunge Router

Ridgid DP1550 15” Drill Press
Unknown brand corded 3/8” hand held drill

Ridgid EB 4424 Oscillating Edge Belt/Spindle Sander
Ridgid R2601 5” Random Orbital Sander
Ryobi BE318 3” x 18” Portable Belt Sander

Ridgid R213BNA Brad Nailer
Ridgid R82001 12V Drill/Driver

Ridgid WD 1665 Shop Vac

Starrett C33H-12-4R 12-Inch Combination Square
Starrett C11H-6-4R 6-Inch Combination Square
IPIC 3-piece Engineer Square Set
Unknown Brand 6” Digital Calipers (non-fractional, from Woodcraft)
iGaging 6” Fractional Digital Caliper / Polycarbonate
Grizzly G9849 Magnetic Base/Dial Indicator Combo

Woodhaven 4555 Box Joint Jig

Wood River 7PC Forstner Drill Bit Set
Wood River 4 Pc. Butt Chisel Set
Stanley FatMax 3 Pc. Chisel Set

Ryobi 2250 Speed Saw
Black & Decker 7504 Jig Saw

Various other items: Freud D208M 8” Dado Set, Freud LU88 R010 60T TK Blade, Various Craftsman 10” blades, Rockler Wheel Marking Gauge, Empire 6” combo square, cheap chisels and planes.

Next thing on my buy list: Upgraded miter saw, dust collection system, better wiring. I also need a better work bench and to organize my shop.

A lot of Ridgid stuff there! They seem to get a lot of good reviews and they’re affordable as well.

I have everything in my 2-car garage that’s also shared with a lot of non-woodworking stuff. I had been using the garage for, of all things, parking my Corvette in. Now that we got rid of it (and don’t miss it I might add) I’m slowly getting rid of the other stuff and trying to get more room for more tools! Woohoo!

-- Randy Morter, Phoenix, AZ

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#1 posted 01-13-2011 11:20 PM

Randy, it looks like you have some nice tools to play with. How about posting some pictures of your shop when you get the chance?

-- Challenges are what make life interesting; overcoming them is what makes life meaningful- Joshua Marine

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#2 posted 01-16-2011 06:08 AM

Hey Randy,
Really cool tools…well done.

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#3 posted 02-23-2011 04:21 AM

Hey Neighbor! Our shops look a lot alike. We even have some of the same tools. Yours looks a lot neater that mine though. Work in progress… Maybe we can bounce ideas… feel free to reach out…

Local Wood Worker in Mesa

-- Chefshep :) "When we allow our present to quarrel with our past, we risk jeopardizing our future.” - Winston Churchill

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#4 posted 04-26-2011 01:29 AM

Randy, thats a nice shop.

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#5 posted 07-30-2011 11:43 PM

Thanks for the post, nice shop

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