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gbvinc

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Stand alone building with 13’ x 23’ main floor space with an additional 7’ x 10’ room for lumber storage, dust collector, air compressor, and misc stuff-that-doesn’t-go-elsewhere. Gutted it out and completely sealed, insulated, OSB’d, and surface wired the whole shooting match. Nice and cozy now, even though I still have some tweaking to do.

The basic tool lineup is as follows:

Craftsman Professional 10 in. Table Saw
....(Biesemeyer commercial, T-square, fence system)
....Incra Mitre Gauge
....Incra 5000 Miter Sled with 36” to 64” telescoping cutoff fence.
....Router station built in on right side extension

Homemade Router Station (Cabinet style)
....Incra Incremental Positioning Jig for Joinery
....Router Lift

A 3 sided revolving bench containing:
….16” Scroll Saw
....Rigid oscillating belt/spindle sander
....Small home made CNC

Delta 37-275X X5 6” Professional Jointer
Delta 46-716 Professional Lathe
DeWalt DW735 13” Three Knife, Two Speed Thickness Planer
DeWalt 12” Chop saw with fold down counter space on each side.
Performax 16-32 Plus Drum Sander
14” Bandsaw.
Bench top Drill Press
Delta Dust Collection with homemade debris separator.
Bench top Mortising Machine
2hp Air Compressor
1” x 30” Belt Sander
4” Belt/6” Disk Sander Combo
Woodworker/Carving Bench
28” x 6’ workup bench.
Flexcut Carving Tools.
Various hand planes, scrapers & chisels.
Hand Saws, Jigsaws, Sawsall(s), etc.
Clamps, clamps, clamps. ( Not enough though…)


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WayneC

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#1 posted 2505 days ago

We will hold you to it on the pics. : ^ )

-- We must guard our enthusiasm as we would our life - James Krenov

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gbvinc

629 posts in 2532 days


#2 posted 2426 days ago

There you go WayneC.

I was holding off on posting pictures until my new shop is built, but that has been delayed, so decided to throw up some photos as it exists now.

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Peter Oxley

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#3 posted 2426 days ago

A place for everything and everything in it’s place. It must be a pleasure to work in. Do you have plans for the pot-bellied stove? Keep you toasty warm this winter?

-- http://www.peteroxley.com -- http://north40studios.etsy.com --

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gbvinc

629 posts in 2532 days


#4 posted 2426 days ago

Peter, the pot-belly stove will get put back into service one of these days, but currently I have a Hot One® 240 volt heater mounted on the wall keeping me toasty. Given that white stuff has been falling from the sky this morning, I am glad I made that purchase. :-)

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Blake

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#5 posted 2416 days ago

That’s a nice, well equipped shop. I like how you have set it up and organized it. I especially like the armchair! Most good woodworking starts by contemplating the project in a comfortable chair.

-- Happy woodworking! http://www.openarmsphotography.com

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gbvinc

629 posts in 2532 days


#6 posted 2416 days ago

Thanks Blake. I consider the armchair to be an integral part of the shop. I have considered upgrading it to a ‘thinking couch’, but I’m afraid the planning process might become rather lengthy and interfere with production. :-)

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Scott Bryan

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#7 posted 2301 days ago

I am glad that this post came up to the top of my list. You have a nice shop. It looks like you have ample space and a good collection of tools. I could easily work in your shop.

I like the router station. That is a nice addition to your shop equipment. And I love the view from your shop as well. They are so prolific that they are a nuisance but I enjoy watching them nonetheless.

thanks for the post.

-- Challenges are what make life interesting; overcoming them is what makes life meaningful- Joshua Marine

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spanky46

977 posts in 1976 days


#8 posted 1966 days ago

One of the best shops I’ve seen. Nice projects to.
Obvious talent, thanks for sharing.

Spanky

p.s. check out my shop and let know what you think.

-- spanky46 -- Never enough clamps...Never enough tools...Never enough time.

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8iowa

1489 posts in 2347 days


#9 posted 1966 days ago

All you need now is a coffee maker. You’re fortunate, my wife won’t let me have the whole garage here in Gainesville.

-- "Heaven is North of the Bridge"

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gbvinc

629 posts in 2532 days


#10 posted 1966 days ago

spanky46: Thanks! I did like that shop! Having moved a year ago, I need to update my picutes to show the new shop. Different configuration, but works for me.

8iowa: The coffee maker wasn’t that far away, believe me! I am fortunate. My wife has no problem with my commandeering the garage for a workshop, as long as her bench gets setup also.

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Larry

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#11 posted 1953 days ago

Hey gbvinc – was just going through the shops and see now that there are three of us from the Jerome area – your shop looks great – and lots of tools – great place to spend these cold winter days – and maybe some of the nice ones too.

-- "Have you hugged your pet today?" ---------- Larry

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gbvinc

629 posts in 2532 days


#12 posted 1953 days ago

Thanks Larry! I just added a Delta Lathe to the mix. I do need to update these photos though to show my current shop. The new one is not quite as spacious as your shop, but it works for me.

I do spend as many of those cold winter days as possible in the shop. Especially when that east wind is blowing. Three shops in Jerome now! Hmmm. One is expected, two is a coincidence, and three, well, three…it must be the some kind of conspiracy forming! We should all meet up at Idaho Joe’s for breakfast one of these days and compare notes.

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dennis mitchell

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#13 posted 1953 days ago

...and you guys can listen to me whine about my 70’s craftsman bandsaw and how I don’t even own a lathe. Drum sander! Don’t even get me started….Looking forward to the new photos.

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Beginningwoodworker

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#14 posted 1003 days ago

Nice looking shop.

-- CJIII Future cabinetmaker

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