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  1. #21
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    Re: Show off Your Shop

    Larry:
    Shop? Shop? I don't got no stinkin shop!

    This is my "shop":

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    My surface planer and 10" chop saw on a work bench in the garage. I won't work wood in the garage. Can't get dust on the Fiero.

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    My shed is where most everything else hibernates in the winter.

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    Jointer/planer on casters. Table saw table leaning on wall to the left. Sawhorses for the table saw table.

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    The table saw on a shelf at the back of the shed.

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    The 12" chop saw on the back shelf.

    Not a lot of woodworking gets done in the winter. The shed is fairly packed.
    Larry
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  2. #22
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    Re: Show off Your Shop

    garyeng:
    Here is my shop. For the mean time I still share the space with my pickup on the weekdays. It as most shops are, a work in progress. I plan on building some upper cabinets this weekend to store some of the stuff that is sitting around. I have been working on the dust collection for the last 3 weeks and it is getting there.

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    Coming into the shop. You see the tool boxes and the newest addition, my bandsaw.

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    The back wall with the assembly table

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    My 1023 table saw, the tool under the red blanket is my 6" jointer.

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    This my downdraft table/ outfeed table for my table saw

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    Right back side of the shop with my miter saw bench and radial arm saw

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    Picture of dust collection hood I made for the radial arm saw. It works really well.

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    Picture of the dust shroud and you can kind of see the dust pan under the miter saw. At least it keeps the dust in the same area.

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    The router table which sits more of less in the center of the front half of the shop.

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    The front right side of the shop. In this picture you see the drill press, molder, dual drum sander. By the drill press, you can see part of the bed for the lathe that I got from dick several years ago. I just have not set it up, or figured out where to set it sense I have moved.

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    Looking from the right front corner to the back left corner of the shop.

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    Looking from the left back corner to the front right corner of the shop.

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    This is a picture of the box that is the brains to the remote control for my cyclone. There is a 240v relay with a 120v coil in the box. on the front is the remote control that when I press the remote, supplies the 120v to the coil that closes the relay and starts the cyclone.


    This is the cyclone that sits in its own closet attched to the back of the shop. There are no filters attached as it vents directly outside.

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    This just shows the ducting leaving the cyclone closet and entering the attic area above the shop.

    That is about it for now. I still have a ton of stuff to do before I can call it a fully functional shop. I just can not stand all the cluter that is present in the shop right now. I also plan to build a car port outside the shop so that I can leave the pickup out of the shop.

    Thanks for looking,
    Gary
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  3. #23
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    Re: Show off Your Shop

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  4. #24
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    Re: Show off Your Shop

    Mark T:
    This thread pisses me off. You all made me clean mine up just a little bit so I won't be embarrassed. I am anyway. Most of you have well laid out rooms, and mine is a hodgepodge of whatever happens at the time.

    But in the spirit of this thread, I'll give it up. So here goes:

    Main bay workbench. The Tonka toys are for the grandsons.
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    Main bay hardware bench (disaster)
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    Main bay "West Wing" with MGB and Harley parking
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    Main bay wood pile, compressor, press, beadblaster. Under the blanket is a 1953 Pontiac flathead 8, completely restored to correct.
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    Main bay welding table (another disaster).The stainless cabinet is my smoker.
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    Main bay machine shop workbench (yes, still a disaster). This image is reduced by 7%, click it to view full size.

    Main bay mill and lathe
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    Main bay steel pile
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    Onward to the woodshop:

    Radial, miter, and router table
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    View from TS East
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    Sanders, scrollsaw
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    Bandsaw, DC
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    Central workbench
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    View looking West
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    Drill press, shaper
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    Lathe, jointer, planer
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    Climate controlled paint lockers
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    Even as bad as it looks, it is ten fold better than it was a day or two ago. You will NEVER see it this clean again. Promise.

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    Re: Show off Your Shop

    wdkits1:
    Here are a couple of pics of the shop that I built a few years ago.
    1100 sq. ft timberframe.


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    View of the inside.

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    Follow this link if you would like to see how I built --Mike's One Man Shop.
    http://midlothianwoodworks.wordpress...-one-man-shop/
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  6. #26
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    Re: Show off Your Shop

    imahic:
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    OK, hope this works...this is a first time. Contention for most cluttered shop.

    edit: well that didn't work. guess I will read TJ's tutorial again to see what I did wrong.

    edit: take 2...let's see now. only one shows up..hmmm...let me go track down Jason again
    Well, Jason got part of them fixed. I'll see which ones didn't make it and try again I guess. The table behind my scms is a downdraft table I built and the cardboard hood over one end is an experiment to see if it would work. It does a pretty good job of capturing probably 90% of the dust from the saw. I didn't get a picture of the HF dust collector cause it's just outside this room along with my air compressor and wood rack. The Duke is watching over my bandsaw that I bought a few months back from CL.

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    this pic is of my homemade assembly table...built on 2 sawhorses so it can be taken down and put out of the way when not needed. My router table is up on top of it cause I was modifying it some. I want to build another one but in the mean time this does the job.
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  9. #29
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    Re: Show off Your Shop

    safetyboy (kevin):
    Well, my shop just had the 2x a year cleaning (spring & fall), so now's a good time to take photos! Here's what my 1/2 of the garage looks like these days.

    Hand tool workbench (new this winter):


    Tablesaw and outfeed table (table base also new this winter):


    Router table, mitre saw, & shop-made cabinets:


    Sharpening station / paint cupboard:


    Power-tool bench + tool cabinet:


    Dust collector & lumber storage:


    Jointer & planer move into the other 1/2 of the garage when I need them.


    It's a fun shop, I love spending time there, hopefully one day I'll have a dedicated space.
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