|Workshop by Kevin||posted 05-16-2012 09:01 PM||1912 reads||0 times favorited||11 comments|
I have a small shop inside a 16’ x 20’ shed that I built. Since the shop is small almost all of my tools are on casters or mobile bases. My table saw is an old Craftsman that I picked up from cl. I plan on replacing the fence with a Delta T2 soon, hopefully. My planer is a Dewalt 12 1/2 in that I mounted on a shop made mobile cart. My jointer is a Bridgewood that I also picked up from cl thaks to my brother. It has a 45 in table length and a 6 in width. I keep it tucked away in the corner on a mobile base. My router table is also shop made. It holds a bosch lift that fits the bosch motor I have for my fixed and plunge bases. My drill press is a Ryobi bench top that my brother got for me. It is fitted with an axillary table for drilling and sanding operations. My miter saw is a 10in sliding GMC that I got a few years ago as a gift from my in-laws. I built a miter saw station with storage shelves that the saw is mounted to. I have my shop vac on a shelf underneath beside a shop built dust seperator that runs to the saw. I also have a bench top band saw that my wife gave to me as a gift a few years ago. I have an assembly table positioned so that it works as an outfeed table for my table saw. I also have a sanding station that doubles as a glue up station when I put the sanders on the shelf below. I also have a Craftsman dust collector for the planer and jointer. When I first started woodworking all I had to build with was a 7 1/4 in circular saw, an air brad nailer, a few cheap clamps, and a small router table. You probable noticed some of the pics are outside. I like to move outside for room and fresh air when the weather is nice. One of the perks to having tools on mobile bases. I guess I’ve come a long way. So thats what I have now, I’m always dreaming of upgrades. Thanks for looking.
-- Measure twice, cut once, then sand a whole bunch