|Workshop by lanwater||posted 06-13-2010 08:30 AM||2040 reads||0 times favorited||22 comments|
My workshop is a work in progress. The cabinet with the sliding doors were based on a plan from shop notes.
I did modify the dimensions so that they occupy the maximum space between the wall and garage door rail.
They were my first attempt at cabinets.
The second cabinet was my router cabinet, the door and drawers were built almost a year later.
The door on router table was my first raised panel door.
The third one, the miter saw station came out of another magzine. I still need to add some leveling screws
to the mitersaw base so that the lumber being cut is flat through out the table and the saw.
I will be changing the rest of the white sears cabinet that were in the garage when I bought the house.
The finishing supply storage is out of the Handyman magazine.
It proved very usefull in a tight space.
The other side of the garage door is occupied by a small lumber rack, a scrap bin on rollers and another
sliding door cabinet.
The bench is harborfreight until I get to make my own.
Dust collection is JDS collector and ceiling filter.
The rule is that every night my wife car is parked inside.
-- Abbas, Castro Valley, CA