|Workshop by chopper6322||posted 578 days ago||947 reads||0 times favorited||3 comments|
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My workshop is a 12×20 barn style Morgan building. I’m still fairly new to this whole thing but plan to make a lot of dust and maybe even produce a few toothpicks for my troubles. Currently the inside of the shop is wired but i have to wait until around christmas time to run the main line to the house, so it’s just extension cord city right now, also i’m looking to insulate it and install a little window rattler A/C unit for the south texas summer can get a little muggy. I look forward to any layout tips or ideas you guys have. Glad to be on this site. Well finally got some pics taken…
This is my first real quality tool I’ve purchased a Delta contractor saw with Bissemeyer Fence and built in Router table wing. with a few jigs sitting under it, Still trying to come up with a good way to store those things.
This is my lumber rack/ clamp rack/ whatever other junk i can store up there. It’s in it’s infancy still, a matter of having to much OSB left over from hurricane boards and will eventually get the cutoff storage cart like the woodwhispers plans.
My Ryobi Drill press, and no, that rust colored chuck and spindle did not cost extra lol part of living near the gulf i suppose. I’m not sure you can tell as proffessional as it looks, but yes i did build the table and fence myself lol
This is the Bandsaw i got mostly for cutting out carving blanks, and it’s a good thing, because i’ve had nothing but problems trying any kind of resawing on it…there is a good chance that it’s just the craftsman blades that came with it. but we’ll figure that out as we go, and the stand for it might be my favorite, some cut off diningroom table legs that i grabbed on the side of the road, my wife thinks i have a problem, but i see it more as a solution.
This is my first workbench, simple but my being to lazy to secure the boards to the top has paid off many times, that board is clamped to the side so that i can clean up the mortise with a chisel, may not be fancy but 60% of the time…it works every time.
-- "As iron sharpen iron, so one man sharpens another" Proverbs 27:17