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Rapid City, SD
United States

My work shop is a 14’x14’ room, with a 8’x10’ storage room for portable tools and hardware, and added 8’x20’ gluing, clamping, and finishing room… when you walk in on the left is a Miter/Chop saw, a Scroll saw, and a 6”x80” Edge Belt sander then the storage room door.. On the back wall is Planer which I have to pull out 2’ to use, a Band saw, a 4”x36” Belt sander, a Jointer, a Drill Press, and a wood vise.. on the right or south wall I have my Router table, Oscilating Spindle sande, Metal Vise, and sanding, 12” Disc sander & hardware storage, The west wall is all 5’ tall tool boxes. Center of room has a 4’x4’ work table with 3 cabinetry wood vises, the table also functions as a out-feed table for mr Grizzly table saw. The ceiling has 3 Air Filtration units, and 3 dust collector units. and have you can never have enough clamps. I have over 150 clamps ( Pipe, U-Bar, F-Type, C-Type, Hand Clamps, scissor-type, Band-type, and picture frame clamps.. For a small area it’s rather functional. by these pictures it looks rather messy.


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#1 posted 08-28-2018 11:00 PM

nice description of your shop but where are the pic,s were a visual show and tell bunch here wooden dreams.welcome to lumber jocks.i agree about the clamps.

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