|Workshop by James||posted 06-07-2009 01:28 AM||1101 reads||0 times favorited||7 comments|
Well here is my ever-evolving mess of a workshop.
Pic 1 is standing outside my 16’ garage door. The left (west) wall is where i keep the miter saw, a storage rack for wood, my rollout table saw/router table workbench, and the bandsaw. The north wall is my main assembling area and houses the belt/disc sander and lots of storage space. Built-in stereo in the upper cabinets too :). The east wall (Pic 4) has a small closet with a pocket door and a 10’ wood storage area above it. Made some pine panel doors to close it off. Pics 5 and 6 show more wood storage and a floor to ceiling closet to store tools, tool cases, and the bandsaw, planer, and disc sander when I’m not using them.
I built most of this with free material… 6” batt insulation, drywall, drywall mud, various 2X4 stock, cheap particlboard and plywood, and what ever else I could get my hands on. It has served me well and when its half way clean I enjoy working in it :)
-- James, Bluffton, IN