|Workshop by jackcamino||posted 01-23-2012 02:46 AM||1007 reads||1 time favorited||2 comments|
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Part of my shop is more like my office space where I have 2 tables; a table is 30×48 and a smaller one 22×33.5; both are 29.25 high. I use this tables to draw my ideas. These days I am designing an asymmetrical short scale classical guitar and a luthier workbench. In this area I also have a macbook where I do part of my research and lately I also found sketchup so, after I learn this software I will probably not draw by hand anymore.
In this area I have:
- Pictures of family and friends, to inspire and motivate me.
- Guitar that I use to compare my design and at the end the result is not that I drew the Kraken.
- stainless steel, aluminum and plastic rules (5)
- compass (2)
- paper. (drawing, construction and something else)
- measuring tape.
- square. (plastic, steel and combination)
- scratch awl.
- knifes (victorinox and task force)
- feeler gauge.
- et cétera.
The other part of my shop is in the garage, porch, driveway, backyard, etc; over there I have beside tools for other activities like gardening and some hardware like screws:
- workbench 24×48 x 36.75 w/2 casters on the side to tilt and move around.
- gloves, safety glasses, ear plugs, mask, etc.
- more measuring tape.
- level (3) 24” and (1) 12”.
- task force HD folding sawhorse (2).
- skilsaw table saw w/ 2 blades I think one is 28 and the other 200 teeth total.
- duralast 3/8” 120-960 in- pound torque wrench.
- craftsman 4” angle grinder.
- c-clamps 2” and 1”.
- irwin coarse cut carpenter saw 15”.
- more than 100 ft 16 AWG extension cord.
- drill and hammer/drill w/ bits, etc.
- 6 1/2” block plane.
- 3” trimming plane.
- irwin quick-grip bar clamp 12” (3).
- 7 ounce hammer.
- echo cs-330mx4 chainsaw 14”.
As you can see I don’t have many toys but, I will get more accordingly to the advance of my new project.
And I promise I won’t build more styrofoam Langstroth’s hives.
-- When you think that I am buried and I will revive. (folio 59ii RECTO). Codex Atlanticus. Leonardo da Vinci. c.1490