|Workshop by degoose||posted 03-20-2009 02:27 PM||7500 reads||2 times favorited||43 comments|
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Gidday from sunny Queensland in Australia.
Been watching for a while now and thought that it was time to join in.
As for MY workshop, it is always a work in progress moving things around finding a better workflow [as Marc Spagnuolo says].
The main work space is 20 feet by 40 feet in the old imperial measure. Also a 20’ by 20’ wood storage area off the side of the main shed. 8 double flouros for good light and 14 double 240 volt power points for good access to the ‘green steam’. Most of my machinery is from ‘Carba-tec’ , the largest supplier of wood working tools and equipment here in OZ,
Well as to the list
12” table saw i/c INCRA fence system and mitre express and mitre 2000
14” bandsaw with 8” rise and 3/4” resaw blade
10’ sliding compound miter saw
Dewalt 10” radial arm saw and bench
6” and 9” jointers
15’ industrial thicknesser [ 8” depth 15amp 3hp single phase]
Bench oscillating spindle sander
16” drum sander
6” belt 9” disc sander
12” disc sander
Carpenters workbench with 18” front vice and L-shaped tail vice and storage under
16” drill press
1×2hp and 2×1hp dust extractors
Leigh D4R with Finger Joint and Isoloc 1A templates
Home built router table and 13 routers [ yes 13]
Large green beer fridge in the corner
A mobile clamp rack with heaps of clamps [ but never enough]
not to mention all the other hand and power tools
To this add over 20 ton of timber and a great love of making quality saw dust and there you have it
so cheers beers and happy woodplay from me to you.
Lazy Larry Woodworks
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