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I have been asked many times what tools are required to make Intarsias, so I’ll post pictures of my small shop, where I spend most of my time creating them.

After cutting out Intarsia pieces the major effort that remains is the sanding and shaping of the various pieces. As you can see from the pictures the majority of machines involve the sanding process. Not all the equipment is absolutely necessary, but it makes the task much easier.

I occasionally make furniture and do other woodworking, however due to space requirements I have to do that in my two-car garage where I have larger pieces of equipment.

-- Intarsia92


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redryder

2061 posts in 1602 days


#1 posted 609 days ago

I see your point. They must call you the sand man. Does that dust collection work behind the drum sanders???
Hope to see some of that Intarsia work of yours. Nice shop….................

-- mike...............

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idiotstick

28 posts in 1192 days


#2 posted 609 days ago

Just as I imagined your shop would look Al, it reflects in your work “Perfect”
Pete.

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intarsia92

88 posts in 617 days


#3 posted 609 days ago

Mike, the dust collectors behind the drums catch about 95% of the dust, if I remember to close all other gates. lol

-- Intarsia92

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Edwin

89 posts in 1498 days


#4 posted 608 days ago

I really like your shop… Please post more pictures of your your projects… Thanks ED

-- Ed Port Republic

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dnick

873 posts in 882 days


#5 posted 607 days ago

Good looking shop. It must be a great place to work.

-- dnick, North Hollywood, Ca.

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Time2beupinAZ

451 posts in 1462 days


#6 posted 606 days ago

That is a very nice shop there.

-- Tim - I usally measure twice after I cut......then I know for sure that I cut it short.....

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Roger

13062 posts in 1304 days


#7 posted 605 days ago

Nice shop. I believe you have the most sander selection I’ve ever seen. Looks like a gr8 place to have some/lots o fun.

-- Roger from KY. Work/Play/Travel Safe. Kentuk55@bellsouth.net

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Graeme Black

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#8 posted 572 days ago

A BEAUT WORKSHOP SHOWS IN YOUR WORK NEAT AND TIDY WISH I HAD SOME OF YOUR SANDERS MABY ONE DAY ALL THE BEST AL

-- Graeme

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Ken90712

14500 posts in 1689 days


#9 posted 474 days ago

Great looking shop Neighbor. Very nice and some great work you have done on projects!

-- Ken, "Everyday above ground is a good day!"

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Timthemailman

301 posts in 1276 days


#10 posted 398 days ago

Nice looking shop.

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