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Machines
  • Rigid TS3650 Table Saw
  • Grizzley 14” Band Saw
  • Makita 10” Sliding Miter Saw
  • Old Craftsman 6” Joiner
  • Dewalt 735 12” Planer
  • Rigid DP1550 15” Drill Press
  • Rigid 14663 Oscillating Belt Sander
  • Penn State Ind. 2 HP Dust Collector
  • Delta Benchtop Hollow Chisel Mortiser
  • Delta Sharpening System
  • Shopmaster Scroll Saw
  • Homemade Router Table (see photo in projects)
  • Turncrafter Midi Lathe
  • Dewalt 788 20” Scroll Saw
Smaller PowerTools
  • Porter Cable Biscuit Joiner
  • Dewalt Random Orbit Sander
  • Triton 2-1/2 HP Router
  • Old Craftsman 1-1/2 HP Router in Table
  • Old Craftsman Drill, Circ Saw, Belt Sander
  • Dewalt 1/2” Cordless Drill & 3/8” Cordless Drill
  • Makita Sawz-All (used for demolition only!)
Important Hand Tools
  • Stanley 607 Bedrock Jointer Plane
  • ECE Emmerich Primus Smooth Plane
  • Lie Nielsen Small Low Angle Block Plane
  • Lie Nielsen Small Router Plane
  • Lee Valley Medium Shoulder Plane
  • Stanley Block Plane
  • Craftsman Jack Plane (used for scrub mostly)
  • Stanley Cabinet Scraper
  • Bahco Bench Chisels
  • Narex Mortising Chisels
  • Assorted Hammers and Mallets
  • Japanese-style Back Saw & Flush-cut Saw
  • Japanese Ryoba Noko Giri Saw (Thanks Nate!)
  • Assorted Saws, Screwdrivers, etc…
Most Important Tool
  • 7-1/2 foot long, solid hard maple workbench

which I built last Summer (2007) in Alan Turner’s Workbench Class at the Philadelphia Furniture Workshop and featuring a Lie Nielsen Larger Tail Vise, and a Richards-Wilcox 10” front vise.

-- SteveL


5 comments so far

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JerryS

221 posts in 2236 days


#1 posted 2181 days ago

Steve

From the sounds of your tool list you have a well stocked shop , nice looking bench .

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motthunter

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#2 posted 2181 days ago

sounds nice.. any more pics?

-- making sawdust....

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Scott Bryan

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#3 posted 2181 days ago

Steve,

I agree with Motthunter’s comment. The bench is nice but it would be great if you had some more pictures to post. For those of us who are acknowledged shop addicts visual tours of other shops is a real treat. :)

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

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Callum Kendall

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#4 posted 2181 days ago

Nice bench, cant wait to see some more pics

Thanks for the post

Callum

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SteveL

142 posts in 2394 days


#5 posted 2180 days ago

I’ll try to get some more pix for you. The problem is that since I took that photo, I’ve mostly had at least one project sitting on top of the bench so I’ll have to clean it off! I added a back bench with 4 drawers since then, too.

-- SteveL

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