|Workshop by Sawdustmaker||posted 02-20-2008 05:42 AM||1822 reads||1 time favorited||10 comments|
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My shop is AKA my two car garage (sans the cars and motorcycles). Here in Virginia Beach, most of us don’t have a basement because if you dig much deeper than 3 feet down, you are going to need a pump to keep your hole dry, so we use our garages for more important things like making saw dust. I have a wide variety of tools and before we go any further I guess I’ll give up the goods that I do own a Craftsman wobble dado blade and my eyes are downcast at the floor as I type this. There, I’ve said it. Well a couple summers ago I inherited some machines from my Father in law who had passed away so I drug them back here from Kansas and have been considering putting in an addition to space things out and give me more room to move around. I currently have an Antique Magna tools Shopsmith Model 10 E with most of the original attachments, A Craftsman Model 9558 10” Radial arm saw, A Grizzly Model G7942 drill press, A Grizzly model G1023 SL left tilting table saw, A Grizzly model G8027 dust collector http://www.grizzly.com/catalog/2008/Main/167, A Craftsman model 113206931 6 1/8” Jointer, A Ridgid model EB44241 oscillating edge/belt spindle sander, http://www.newwoodworker.com/reviews/rgideb4424rvu.html Dewalt model DW733 thickness planer, A All-Trade 14” model995-B-14 Band saw, a Craftsman 12” miter saw with custom folding stand, and numerous power hand tools that help take up most of my spare time. I added an 18” router extension on my tablesaw recently so I can still use the same space as the saw and gain some counter space to boot. It also extends the grizzly’s table to 48” which never hurts.
-- Brian, Virginia Beach