|Workshop by Jason Peabody||posted 480 days ago||819 reads||0 times favorited||0 comments|
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My workshop is the garage (18×23) for now, until we build a detached one out back for me to play in. We’d like to keep the cars in here, instead of in the driveway. And I’d also like to not share space with yard tools, camping equipment, garbage bins and the other sorts of stuff that go in a garage.
We moved in to our house here in June, and I only had a 15 amp 110 circuit that would blow every time I tried to start my table saw while the lights were on. So for a while I could only use it during daylight with the garage door open.
To get me through the winter I ran a dedicated 20-amp 110 line, so now I can have the lights on while I start the saw. Such luxury! It still blows the fuse if I try to run it with the dust collector, though, but we’re out of circuits on the panel. In the spring when we build the detached garage we’ll also upgrade the service panel on the house to breakers, and add more circuits.
Craftsman 1950’s table saw (113.27520)
Rigid fixed/plunge router kit
7” Skil Circular Saw
Dewalt Cordless Drill/Driver
Craftsman 6” 1/5 hp Grinder
Rigid TP1300 Planer
Harbor Freight 2 hp Dust Collector with Winn Canister Filter
-- When you begin to coast, then you are on the downgrade.