|Workshop by timbertailor||posted 07-09-2014 08:30 PM||1456 reads||1 time favorited||7 comments|
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My two car garage has not seen two cars since 2002 but I do have enough space to park one car in the garage, as long as I do not have another project already in progress.
One very long game of musical chairs since I do not have a “dedicated” space for my woodworking tools. I am also a car nut so automotive restoration and servicing also share space in the garage, along with their associated tools.
Almost everything is on wheels so when I have a project, I pull the car out and wheel out my dust generators.
I do most of my straight cross cuts on the RAS. I do detail miter work on the table saw using an Osbourne EB3.
The router table is a work in progress. Ordered some Padauk for the drawers to go with the Maple.
The air compressor is a 2 Stage, 5HP, 230V, 60Gallon, Atlas Copco design with their .003 micron filter.
The mortiser is a Jet but I modified and added an X Y axis vise to it, with an additional base. I love it. Makes mortising a snap and very repeatable.
I still have a LOT of projects in the shop but I am moving to a larger property and will finally get to build a DEDICATED woodwork shop and automotive service stalls. I can not wait.
My table saw, planer, and jointer are all buried under the garden tools. Lots of stuff that just accumulates.
The shelving is made from 3/4” MDF and is French cleated to the walls so I can take them with me.
Do not get me wrong. I am very grateful for what I have and I make the best use of the space allowed.
I am just getting older and it sure will be nice not to have to do the shop cart two step every time I fancy cutting something up.
-- Brad, Texas, https://www.youtube.com/user/tonkatoytruck/feed