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Bluepine38

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#1 posted 11-02-2010 at 09:18 AM

The first thing I tend to do is put wheels on one end of all my tools, and handles of some sort on the other
end. Starting from the front left is my rolling tool box next to my table saw, the Dewalt scroll saw, the rack
with the road and mountain bikes on it, the DeWalt planer, a small walk way then the Craftsman shaper and
Delta 6”jointer. Front dead center is a workbench then going down the right side is a old Delta 12” lathe, the
dust cyclone, compressor, large bandsaw then the shopsmith used for the small bandsaw and drilll press. The
compact pickup fits easily and my wife’s Caravan fits rather snuggly on her side. One of these days I hope to
build a shop, but I am not holding my breath. Good luck on your shop. The dust collector, the monster in
the closet, is in a shed behind the garage.

As ever, the 71 yr young laborer, trying to become a carpenters apprentice.

-- As ever, Gus-the 75 yr young apprentice carpenter


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