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In a workshop you need to have some type of flow that works for you. This is key in having an efficient shop. Everyone workshop is different in multiple ways, and that is what makes every shop unique. In my workshop, it is really just the third part of my parents three car garage. I have transformed it into what I call a “mini workshop.” Even though it is small, I have to use the space wisely, in the summer I can open up the garage and use the driveway as part of my shop. Some people my workshop isn’t really a true workshop but it flows well for me and that is all that’s important.

In my workshop some of the major tools I have are…
-Table saw
-Band Saw
-Scroll Saw
-Circular Saw
-Jig Saw
-Miter Saw
-Hand Saw
-40” Lathe
-Router/Router Table
-Planer
-7” Circular Sander
-5” Random Orbital Sander
-4” Palm Sander
-Drill/Drill and Drive kits
-Kreg Pocket Hole Jig


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