|Workshop by Andrew||posted 298 days ago||724 reads||0 times favorited||3 comments|
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My shop is mostly setup to do cabinet work. In my list of tools is:
- 1950s Delta Homecraft table saw
- Delta 10” benchtop drill press
- Dewalt 13” surface planer
- Delta 6” benchtop joiner
I bought my tablesaw used on craigslist. It came with a rolling stand that was very large with an outfeed stand a few feet away from the table. I re-made the base and setup better dust collection around the saw. It is a 24” fence.
I made all of the benches, stands and lumber rack in the shop. The lumber rack can hold up to a 7’ piece, and I store 8’ lengths next to the saw with the end under the drill press work bench.
Dust collection was essential for the shop as it is in the basement. 4” steel duct work collects dust from the table saw, sander, planer and joiner. I use a shop vac for sanding and biscuit joining.
The shop size is 14’ x 12’ and has gone through a few layout iterations to be able to work comfortably. I can do up to a 30” cut on the table saw without the fence. I have had to move the workbench and saw to do 50” cuts, which are few and far between.