|Workshop by shampeon||posted 06-04-2012 12:05 AM||1939 reads||0 times favorited||3 comments|
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Living in the city makes it harder to establish a complete workshop. Flexibility and compactness means everything. My workshop is really part of a wide hallway on the ground floor, so I can’t take up too much space.
My Jet 12” bandsaw and shop-made fence.
My Delta 34-441 contractor’s table saw, with a new paddle switch.
My cross-cut sled for the table saw.
French cleat system for hanging hand tools.
I’m working on a complete set of Millers Falls planes.
I’ve also got a benchtop Cummins drill press, a small router table, a Craftsman 4” jointer from the 1940s, and a Central Machinery midi lathe (Jet clone). Everything except my workbench is on mobile bases or can be lifted by hand. Whenever it’s possible, I work in the backyard to keep the dust down.
-- ian | "You can't stop what's coming. It ain't all waiting on you. That's vanity."