|Workshop by Randy Moseley||posted 1810 days ago||890 reads||1 time favorited||8 comments|
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My workshop is in my garage. It’s a 3-car and I use all the bays for our 2 cars and my truck. So I have most of my tools on mobile bases so I can put the car back in when I’m done working. I put a heater in about 8 years ago, the type you see in a warehouse (ceiling mounted, vented outside, forced air, natural gas. It’s great). Tools include table saw, band saw, chop saw, router table, planer, spindle sander, lathe, drum sander, drill press, radial arm saw, mortising machine, edge sander, and several hand tools (sanders, etc.). I’m a softie for cordless drills. I think I’ve accumulated about 7 of them.
From the pictures, you’ll see where most of the bigger machines are on the mobile bases or in the case of the router table cabinet, I made it with casters. I’m also a softie for clamps as you can see on the walls. I get them on sale at Harbor Freight very cheap and I can’t pass them up (http://harborfreight.com/). My work table is a 1/2” thick piece of plywood, with 2×2’s around the bottom edge. I use two portable sawhorses to stand it on. It makes a good work table, and can be stored in seconds. After I’m done for the day, I can roll everything back in its place, sweep up, then use the leaf blower to get the last of the sawdust out, then pull the car back in. It works out great.
-- Randy, DeKalb, Illinois