|Workshop by Ted Rogers||posted 05-01-2013 03:19 PM||715 reads||0 times favorited||0 comments|
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Small corner shop in my live/work loft in the Bushwick neighborhood of Brooklyn.
As of now, it consists of a large work table (4×10) that doubles as a huge out-feed table, a second bench with chopsaw, two wall-mounted lumber racks, and a ghetto ‘A’ frame for sheetgoods.
+Modest “portable” table saw—it’s certainly not the safest thing in the world, and is only good for rips—one day, one day.
+Router—this has become my go-to, i use it in place of every tool i don’t have, or in service of every tool that is otherwise lacking. It’s my drill press, my planer, my jointer and my router. This thing has and probably never will make trim.
+Drill & Driver
+Power hand plane
+Random orbital sander (has seen better days)
+Jig saw, circular saw, japanese pull saw
...much more, not much more, but a little.
One day this will be great, and more great things will come out of it, but at this point I’m the only person I know in Brooklyn with a woodshop in his livingroom.
-- T E D R O G E R S