Since I have been getting the business over talking about it and now showing any pics, here are the pics… I did a big cleanup of the mess of a shop, got the compressor stashed reasonably out of the way, but accessible. I have so much more to do but it now involves builds, not cleaning!
Both of my clamshell cabinets are up and in use. I use almost every last square inch of space inside and on top of them.
You can see the compressor stashes in very nicely next to the water softener / Reverse Osmosis system.
The workshop library cabinet, it stays put, but that strong tie workbench beneath it is history. I am planning on replacing the top front stretcher. I have a friend that does a LOT of auto repair and this bench is perfect for that!
The Grizzly air filter, and the clamp / lumber racks in the distance.
The planer and scroll saw stashed under the workbench. Not sure, but I might end up converting the bench, and the wide table for the table saw into a single large workstation cabinet.
The BT3100 / wide table with Ridgid shop vac and Thien separator underneath. Those last two will pose a storage problem in the long term!
My 12 inch slider and my drill press… The slider will go on the new cabinet, but the drill press, gets a base cabinet. The stuff stowed on that little shelf between the doors goes in that drill press base cabinet.
My 2HP 29 gallon upright compressor.
Another view of the compressor. It is well worth considering if you are looking for this size class compressor.
The reason I had to move my planer is that I have stock on my lumber rack that is too long for the space, so I moved the planer in favor of long stock…
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