|Workshop by chrisstef||posted 03-22-2011 02:31 AM||3535 reads||0 times favorited||13 comments|
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“The Wobbly Leg Workshop”
2 years into this hobby and im hooked. So here’s a quick look aorund …
Picture 1 – My first tablesaw, a Craftsman, attached to a built in cabinet which was so kindly left over to me upon moving into the house. The outfeed table is of my design and my own hack-eration, but its flat and she works. To the right is a 1970-ish Rockwell 8 speed bandsaw. I picked this old gem up out of a house we were tearing down at work which had been flooded.
Picture 2: A plane till, shelf for my drills and circ saw and the Hitachi CMS sitting along side 8’ of table.
Picture 3: Hand tool cabinets, my first shelf iever built which houses some antique tools once belonging to my grandfather and his father.
Picture 4: My back to the tablesaw. Show my 1st attempt at a workbench, my baseball / basketball/ football TV, a bench top jointer, slow speed grinder, and if you look close …. pile of parts and pieces.
Picture 5: My best CL find, a G1019 grizzly bandsaw, a frued router and table, also seen … a bad spot for clamps.
Picture 6: A look with my back to the TV. The workbench, a project in process, the furnace, hot water heater, oil tank and radon filtration system … none of which were my design.
-- "there aren’t many hand tools as awe-inspiring as the #8 jointer. I mean, it just reeks of cast iron heft and hubris" - Smitty