|Workshop by dankc908||posted 12-26-2011 05:58 PM||711 reads||0 times favorited||3 comments|
OK – I’m going to post my shop pix. The first pic is of my ‘pen assembly’ and scrollsaw area. Moving ‘left’ is my tablesaw. I have built and installed a 3/4” plywood ‘worktable’ on top of the tablesaw which can, easily, be taken off when using the saw. On top of this worktable is by ‘mini sled’ used for sawing pen blanks and other small pieces. To the left of my table saw is my 15” JET drill press. Continuing left is my JET lathe used for most of my wood turning and “lathe drilling”. You also see my 8” PSI 2-speed grinder (1750 & 3450 RPM). The 4th pic is my “wood rack” which was a Target fixture they sold when they built a new store. In the foreground is my Husky air compressor and the background is my Ridgid miter saw (my 1st “good” saw!). The 5th pic is my Grizzly mini-shaper, oscillating spindle sander, and disc-belt sander (soon to be replaced with a 4” belt and 6” disc sander when I find the right one). Finally we have my older lathe that is, now, used primarily as a buffing station. I often call my shop the “Best Use for a 1-car Garage”. Thanks, for looking!
-- Dan Christensen "We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark; the real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light." --PLATO