|Workshop by danoaz||posted 11-10-2014 05:23 PM||1235 reads||0 times favorited||2 comments|
The workbench is split in two, and it was built with hinges attached to the wall and hinges on the legs so that I could fold the whole thing down and park my car in the garage. Well, that lasted about three months and now it is permanently in the up position. I then added the dust collector at the end and bought the Ridgid Table saw along with the Dewalt planer that I can roll out. At the end of the day I roll everything back to my side of the garage so that my wife’s car will fit inside the garage. It is a good arrangement because it forces me to clean-up at the end of every day. As you can tell by looking under the bench and next to the dust collector and toward the back, I have become a wood hoarder. I think that is the first sign of the woodworker’s sickness. Thanks for looking.
-- "Simplicity and repose are the qualities that measure the true value of any work of art." Frank LLoyd Wright