|Workshop by Jon Spelbring||posted 07-10-2007 09:57 PM||2034 reads||0 times favorited||4 comments|
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Well, the shop is close enough to done for me. The final piece was the Sawstop PCS that I got at the Woodworking show last month. The building is on old (pre-1950) two car garage. About 400 sqft or so. Walls are insulated with that 3/8” shiny foam stuff, and covered with 1/2” OSB. The floor (cement) is covered with the 2×2 rubber on the bottom/OSB on top floor tiles – makes a huge difference. I’ve pretty much divided the space into two areas – hand tools/assembly, and power tool areas. On the power tool side, we have:
Sawstop PCS Tablesaw
- Incra TSIII
- Incra Wonderfence w/router table (right side 32”)
- Hitachi MV12 router
Minimax MM20 bandsaw
Minimax FS30 12” jointer/planer w/horizontal mortiser
Jet 22/44 wide belt sander
Palmgren sanding station (12” disc, 6” belt, spindle)
Hitachi B16RM drill press
Benchtop Mortising machine (Delta?)
Nova DVR lathe
Dust is taken care of with a ClearVue cyclone and an overhead air cleaner
Shop is heated (and cooled) with an Amana PTAC unit.
The hand tool side has 2 benches (one a Sjoberg Duo, the other a piece of a solid core door on top of some storage drawers). And waaay too many planes.
It’s a tight fit, but I can accomplish what I want to get done without moving things (most times).
Since I recently cleaned up the shop, shop pics will be up this weekend.
-- To do is to be