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basement work shop #1: close to finished

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Blog entry by pantango posted 616 days ago 895 reads 0 times favorited 4 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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Well , after a few weeks I’m just about done building my basement workshop. I still have some odds and ends to do. I did start scrolling and trying out the equipment to make sure I didn’t have to adjust something. So far, everything seems to be going well.

The dust collection system is working great! The only thing I need to do for that is to run a dedicated line to it. It doesn’t blow breakers, but you can tell it’s straining the line when it goes on.

The bandsaw/ sander unit is working. I do have to add a dust port to the bandsaw.

The drill is the farthest tool away from the dust collector (14 ft or so), but the suction is great. When I drill, all the debris go into the collector .

-- Hate how work gets in the way of my hobby!!



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JL7

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#1 posted 616 days ago

Looking good! But I caution you with making statements like “just about done”!! In my experience, the shop is never done….So I say – you’re off to a great start…........

-- Jeff - I have not failed. I've just found 10,002 ways that won't work.

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pantango

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#2 posted 615 days ago

I know that statement oh so well!! We’ll see in about a year what wall I’ll be knocking down so I can expand

-- Hate how work gets in the way of my hobby!!

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apbeachy

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#3 posted 615 days ago

Looks good. Love to see more pictures of the dust collection on the scroll saw. I am just starting to organize a shop and looks like you have some great ideas to incorparate into my shop.

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Ken90712

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#4 posted 607 days ago

Looking good, coming along nicely! Just in time for winter to have some fun.

-- Ken, "Everyday above ground is a good day!"

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