|Workshop by thelastdetailcww||posted 06-29-2012 04:58 AM||1804 reads||2 times favorited||8 comments|
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Welcome to my home. (at least thats what she says)
Here are few shot of my shop in no particular order. Aside from the peninsula (home of the radial arm saw, bandsaw, sliding compound miter saw, spindle sander planer etc…) everything else is on casters. On occasion I have to put down the woodworking tools and grab the mechanics tools. Its nice to be able to move things around and bring the truck in. I put markings on the floor/concrete where the big tools go. I do this because of specific measurements in front of tablesaw and jointer when in place. If I have to make long cuts (over 79 inches) I can spin the tablesaw 90 degrees, make my cuts and put it back where it goes when done.
I made clamp racks that I could cut and place between the studs as needed to allow me to utilize the space and not have the Bessey’s protruding.
Thanks for visiting. : )