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heres a quick tour of my shop
1 looking in thru the roll door 2 my out feed table has tool drawers 3 air compressor , a lath someone just gave me my mobile saw bench and things i take out on the job 4 dedicated router set ups for raised panel doors 5 assembly workstation 6 my office


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#1 posted 2219 days ago

picking up lumber isnt much trouble , this pic is looking out my shop door at weiss hardwoods mill !

weiss hardwoods

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#2 posted 2219 days ago

Nice shop, plenty of room.
Since you’re in FL I guess you don’t have to worry about the challenge to heat a space like that.
I wish I had the cash to justify renting a small place to setup shop.

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#3 posted 2219 days ago

Thanks for the shop post. You have wonderful place to work and it is great having a lumber supplier next door. I really like your idea on the dedicated router set up. I was contemplating building another station or two for this same purpose but simply replacing the top is a vast improvement.

Thanks for the post and the inspiration as well.

-- Challenges are what make life interesting; overcoming them is what makes life meaningful- Joshua Marine

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#4 posted 2219 days ago

thanks bill , if you think heating is a challenge try cooling ! lol you probably have to heat yours about 4 months a year i have to cool mine about 9 months

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#5 posted 2219 days ago

thanks scott , the ded . router setups work great . i dont make that many doors as i can buy them for about what the lumbers costs to make them but i use the same setup for high end wainscoting as well

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#6 posted 2219 days ago

Very nice shop space. Is this for your full-time business?

-- Paul D - Lawrenceville, Georgia

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#7 posted 2219 days ago

Hey Trim, it looks great. And shucks, I bet you cleaned it all up just for us.

-- -- I'm no rocket surgeon

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#8 posted 2219 days ago

thanks paul , yes this is a working shop . some years back i had a trim business up near you . i was in buford near lake lanier . i worked the country clubs like st ives and st marlow ect. i dearly miss atlanta !

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#9 posted 2219 days ago

thanks steve , acually i just relocated to this shop about 3 weeks ago . itll be a wreck in no time !

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#10 posted 2219 days ago

Those are some nice tall ceilings you got there. Great looking shop.

-- Gary - Never pass up the opportunity to make a mistake look like you planned it that way - Tyler, TX

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#11 posted 2219 days ago

thanks gary

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#12 posted 2219 days ago

Good shop Trim. Looks like it’s easy to get a load of wood.

-- Thos. Angle, Jordan Valley, Oregon

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#13 posted 2219 days ago

Neat workshop Trim, awesome bit of gear you have there. Great overhead clearance.

-- Grumpy - "Always look on the bright side of life"- Monty Python

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#14 posted 2219 days ago

thanks tom and grumpy

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#15 posted 2219 days ago

I’m really impressed with your shop, you managed to thin it down to everyting you need and nothing you don’t. A true sign of someone who knows his business.

-- Thuan

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