|Workshop by Thomas Keefe||posted 01-25-2009 08:54 AM||2042 reads||0 times favorited||10 comments|
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My workshop is located in 10’ x 10’ shed with a 20amp/120volt electrical service. So I am always short on space and have to watch out for overloading the electrical. On the plus side, it has a view of the Marin headlands. My wife always tells me it has a $1million dollar view.
I have a low end 10” Craftsman table saw. I have done extensive work to deal with some of its shortcomings. Here is a summary:
a) Milled the mitre channel out to a standard 3/4”
b) Built a zero-clearance throat plate from red oak
c) Added auxilary fence to deal with squareness problems with the original fence
d) Added a router table extension
Accessories include a crosscut sled and a Freud 8” dado set.
A Jet 8” combination jointer/planer. Works great and is very handy.
A 15” benchtop drill press.