|Workshop by oscorner||posted 02-08-2007 11:24 AM||5446 reads||3 times favorited||28 comments|
I’m the happy owner of a 20 X 30 X 10 shop. I went with a 10’ ceiling so that handling full sheets of plywood and 8’ boards would be possible and having plenty of head room over my lathe(in case of flying wood) would add more safety. I must say that I have banged the ceiling a couple of times already. I thought that the twelve flourecent lights would be plenty of light(an was joked about it when I was building it), but I find that there is still a need for more light. I have an 18’ rollup door on the south end of the shop and a 10’ rollup door on the east side of my shop. The major tools in my shop are: a Supershop: tablesaw, drillpress, lathe,bandsaw and jointer; WoodMaster 18” planer, sander and molder and a Rigid 12 X 36 lathe.
I’ve been woodworking seriously for the last five years and have a lot to learn and more plans from magazines I subscribe to and the internet than I can ever build, but I’m going to give it my best.
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