|Workshop by woodtickgreg||posted 01-22-2012 05:06 PM||1413 reads||1 time favorited||9 comments|
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It’s just a basement shop, nice and messy, measures 25×15, It’s my happy place. I didn’t plan anything it just kinda evolved, I had the workbench from a previous shop, built the lumber rack never thinking I would fill it, added the outfeed tables to the table saw so I could build the “miter saw and storage” norms plan. Then I built the dust collector with the old squirrel cage from the old furnace, then made the storage bins and sheet goods cart, then made the flip top cart for the planer and scrollsaw. Most tools are on wheels due to limeted space. Newest tool is the craigslist bandsaw find, The previous owners dog pissed all over the base cabinet and it completely rusted, was really nasty! I sandblasted the base and repainted it, tuned it up and it works great. I use the outfeed tables as a workbench because the workbench has become a lumber rack. Woods in the shop are elm, oak, maple, ash, walnut, box elder, all of which I milled. Turning stock is stored outside of the shop on a shelf which has also become full. I can’t stop myself from looking for wood.
-- wood tick tools for turners by woodtickgreg @ woodbarter.com