As you can see to date I have added some lumber storage (Triton metal racks) and shop built cut-off and sheet goods racks on casters as well as a rack to hold 2×4’s or molding off the floor. We have also added more tools to the collection. I really need to get all this stuff organized. I’m still looking for thin walled 4” PVC to create a main line and drops for the new DC. The small system I started out with works pretty good for the band saw table saw and not so well with the miter saw. It definitely is not enough for the jointer, 22/44 sander of the thickness planer. I plan to connect one branch of the new DC to the jointer, planer, and sander. The other branch will connect to the TS band saw and Miter saw using a reducer to drop from 4” to the existing 2 1/2 ducting I already have in place. I have two shop vacs a new stainless steel Rigid model that I am going to dedicate to the router table and another old one for general shop cleanup. I also plan to add a floor sweep station near the galvanized can with the cyclone top that is going to be used as a pre-separator. I hope you all enjoy the photos and I most definitely welcome comments and or suggestions on how I could improve my setup.
I mounted an old piece of kitchen cabinet to the wall under the window and use small file cabinets to make a desk
Rigid TS and small 1HP DC system connected to Rigid DC tubing…it works but is not powerful enough
DeWalt 13” planer. I mounted it to a piece of 3/4 plywood and glued up MDF infeed and outfeed supports to the plywood then added cleats to match the vice jaws of an old Walmart workbench that I have had for years. I can easily remove the planer if I need to use the banch for other crafts
-- Larry "Work like a Captain but Play like a Pirate!"