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Here’s a little guided tour of my hobbyshop that I just started up.

From the beginning this was my garage, but that was a long time since a car was parked in there.
My tools were all over my house, and never where I needed them so I really needed a place to keep them all.. But before I could build my shop, I needed another shed to put garden tools, furniture, mower, pots and everything else in…..
After that I started to renovate my old garage into a workshop. Walls and part of the ceiling is concrete. Easy to clean, easy to paint. On the floor I ended up laying plastic squares (dont know the name in english). As I am a little afraid of moisture coming up from the floor , this was the best solution. And it is quite easy to vaccum clean.

In the middle is my tablesaw (Bosch PTS10) with a Incra TS-LS fence. It’s wonderful to work with, worth ever penny.
At the left side of the table I also have my router. A Bosch GMF1400 and a axminster router lift.
Since I only do small hobbywork, I’m satified with my Scheppach dust collector, connected to a Dust Deputy. It saves alot of space and feels OK so far.
Since I moved in, there has been some new tools competing abut the floor area. The bandsaw is a Proofy 330, besides that a Einhell drillpress. Followed by a miter saw from Metabo.

On my wishlist is a jointer, a sander and perhaps a tv and a couch, That would be nice!

No more excuses to not start working.

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Rex B

310 posts in 875 days

#1 posted 679 days ago

That fresh coat of paint sure makes things look nice! That’s the first thing I did when I started my own garage shop.

-- Rex

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#2 posted 679 days ago

Nice shop space and tools…...................

-- mike...............

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#3 posted 679 days ago

Looks like a nice space to work. Enjoy.

-- dnick, North Hollywood, Ca.

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#4 posted 667 days ago

A very nice, bright and well organized shop. Looks like it’s a pleasure to work in.

Work Safely and have Fun. – Grandpa Len

-- Mother Nature should be proud of what you've done with her tree. - Len ...just north of a stone's throw from the oHIo, river that is, in So. Indiana.

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#5 posted 667 days ago

Great place to spend those long winters. Good luck and stay safe.


-- "Beleive in those seeking the truth, doubt those who find it" - Andre Gide

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#6 posted 667 days ago

Nice shop. I’m sure it is a pleasure to work in. Enjoy!

-- I started out with nothing, and still have most of it..... Ernest 1.

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#7 posted 666 days ago

Great looking shop, you will enjoy that

-- Dave Hamm,

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#8 posted 666 days ago

That’s a great looking shop. It’s exciting to see a posting from outside the US!

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#9 posted 599 days ago

Oh, almost a neighbor!
Välkommen till LumberJocks!

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2 posts in 747 days

#10 posted 597 days ago

Thanks all.
Added a dehumidifier to my shop. And now it’s a pleasure to be there. All wood stays dry and my tools doesn’t rust anymore.
Gengaskokaren, compare to the other jock’s, we are neighbours!

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Niels de Ruijter

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#11 posted 489 days ago

Like your shop. Greetings from an other neighbour in the west. Hilsner fra Norge.

-- No you have, yes you can get. Niels, Telemark Norway

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