|Workshop by TreeBones||posted 06-10-2007 11:38 PM||3604 reads||0 times favorited||8 comments|
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My work shop is a 20 foot yurt. Inside I have a 4X8 gluing table and have most all basic hand and power tools as I am a carpenter also. My largest tool is a Wood Mizer LT40HD portable sawmill. Other floor tools are a 15” surface planer, two shapers, 14” band saw, 10 inch contractors table saw, dust collector, and the original Makita 8” compound miter saw. I set up work stations out side during the summer and work inside during winter. My work stations consist of saw horses (I have about thirty+) with planks or plywood on them. I always have a large stock of rough cut lumber on hand, ranging from around 4 to 10 thousand board foot of most all spices of trees available in my area. If this lumber sits for to long I will go hog wild and make lots of easy and fast furniture items and sell them real cheep. I like to make lots of small rustic tables and benches to sell at craft shows and supply a local gift shop here in Twain Harte where there are many vacation cabins.