|Workshop by robert triplett||posted 02-13-2015 02:26 AM||2018 reads||1 time favorited||16 comments|
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I moved from a 16’ x 20’ building with inadequate electric to a 30’ x 40 ’ building with a 10’ x 30’ loft. 20’ to the ridge! I had an electrician do the electric. Lots of 220 and 110. Big bill too!! I bought a Grizzly 24” double drum sander, a 15” helical head planer, a double cannister dust collector, a used Nova DVR lathe-goodby Harbor freight!!-, an almost new Sears radial arm saw, and an 18” Rikon bandsaw. Oh, I also replaced a 15 year old 10” miter saw with a DeWalt dual bevel sliding miter saw on a stand. I am a happy camper. I built some sturdy benches and wood storage. I just added a ProCom ventless propane garage heater after recommendations from Lumberjocks. Works great. I enclosed the loft with plastic sheeting for storage and a finishing space. I don’t have much cash left, but I am planning on selling at Art and craft shows again. Nice to not have to go to the day job. Just wander out to the shop and work.
-- Robert, so much inspiration here, and now time to work!!!