|Workshop by Joe Watson||posted 1884 days ago||3220 reads||0 times favorited||9 comments|
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:update I added two more pictures and removed on redundant picture. the first two are what it looked like before and the last two current. I will work more to get it organized and do some more cleaning.
I have a three car garage and the third stall is my entire shop though I have everything on wheels right now that get moved when I back out the cars. Then when I get done working I clean up move the tools back and put the cars back in. My shop is a mess right now I am hoping to improve how its set up.
Dimensions of Main area is 10’ x 20’
Delta 10” Shopmaster Table Saw (model TS300)
Shopsmith 10 ER
Craftsman 6 1/8” Jointer/Planer (model 113.232211)
Delta 12 1/2” Planer
Craftsman 1 1/2 hp Router (built into a home made router lief on my Table Saw)(model 315.175102)
Craftsman Plunge Router
Chicago Electric Trim Router
Craftsman 12” Drill press
Craftsman 16” Scroll saw
Milwaukee Jig Saw
Craftsman 7” Circular Saw
26” Sandusky Wooden Jointer
Stanley #6 fore plane type 18
3 smoothers (dunlop, millers falls, oak leaf transistion)
3 jack planes (stanley No 5 type 18, millers falls 814, keen kutter K5 bedrock)
stanley bullnose rabbet plane 75
millers falls 17 block plane
millers falls 56b low angle block
stanley router plane 71
millers falls bit brace / w various irwin bits
stanley handyman hand drill
I mainly work with recycled woods because its what I can afford plus its fun reusing woods that I never would have thought would be good for much more than trash. I have cut offs from a cabinet shop of Oak and Maple. I brought home some cedar from a neighbors fence to reuse and have made some neat stuff so far. Its easier when you have tools to re mill the wood.
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