In my last post I told a bit about building my workshop from material salvaged from an old house. (http://lumberjocks.com/gdpifer/blog/21453.) In this post I’d like to take you on a brief tour of the shop.
With both doors open you can look straight into the shop. My Jet contractor saw sits near the center of the shop. Most of the cabinets and benches are recycled cabinets and benches made from reclyled material. On the backside of the Jet saw is a bench/out-feed table I build from used 2 X 4’s and some OSB. The top is from an old solid core door I pulled from a dumpster a number of years ago.
To the left side of the shop sits my Delta drill press, recently acquired from CL, my DeWalt miter saw, and at the far end of the shop is my Craftsman Router Crafter. The router crafter was located on E-Bay, was in a box that had never been opened although purchased new by the seller’s father 13 years earlier.
This pix was taken from in front of the Craftsman Router Crafter looking toward the right side of the shop. You can see my HF scroll saw that has been in storage for over 15 years and my Delta 1” belt sander. The belt sander is mounted on another bench built from mostly recycled material.
Here is a view looking back toward the door across the out-feed table and Jet saw.
This last photo is of my chainsaw grinder, which is just to the right of the door. Hanging on the wall behind it is my certificate of completion from the Foley-Belsaw Saw and Tool Sharpening School, January 1994
-- Garry, Kentucky