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post #2001 of 2144 Old 04-08-2016, 08:56 AM
where's my table saw?
 
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Already found something unique :)
What the heck are you talking about... show us your shop. Photos are required. No photos... no shop?

The answer to your question will only be as detailed and specific as the question is detailed and specific. Good questions also include a sketch or a photo that illustrates your issue. (:< D)
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Great video, thank you!
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So this is a rented garage in an apartment complex. Haha
10'×20' garage with one single 20-amp circuit in it. Had to run all the electrical and build all the shelves. I now see that I could NEVER live in a tiny house. No matter how trendy it looked. Keeping organized in a space this small means moving everything at least 5 times. But it's definitely better than having no shop at all! The top shelf is reserved for drying slabs of wood. Hence the fan and dehumidifier. There is a heater that is out of frame.




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I'm a foreigner , wishes to everyone for help if I do not have good hope people support

Tổng hợp mẫu cửa gơ 2 cánh đẹp, mẫu cửa gỗ pḥng ngủ. Ḿnh chuyên thi công cửa gỗ căm xe tại tphcm.
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Well..here's the 'before' pictures before I rip out some of the shelving and cut back the old bench..
I actually did some cleaning up in here today, but the Mrs keeps telling me she's going to empty those shelves and donate all the junk to a thift store. Any day now which translated actually means if she dies first I can get rid of it..


I figured it's time to change my signature so hold your breath. This is it.
Impressive, huh?
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My ARN Woodshop - Out of storage and into the shop.

Hi there
I thought I would share my progress on my woodshop. I have been working on the shop and have relocated most of the machines from storage and into the shop. I have a long way to go but thought others might enjoy seeing the progress so far.
Since a picture is worth a thousand words I thought I would post a video. Is that worth more??

Enjoy!!
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I'm working in the UK so I have a rented house with a 2 car Brit garage. I'm using a little over half of it for my hobby shop.

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I'm working in the UK so I have a rented house with a 2 car Brit garage. I'm using a little over half of it for my hobby shop.

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Sancho, tell us about that tablesaw. There is a general rule that with as many Festool boxes as you have you need a Hammer B3 to go with them, but that saw looks pretty nice.
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It's a module for the CMS. It's not available in North America. Mine is for a TS 75. I also bought a side extension table and a fence that fits the CMS but is designed for the CS 50.

It does a good job. Not the best cut compared to the stationary Delta I gave away in the states before I came here, but a good one.

I like it because it is a definite space saver. If I need to rip some small strips, I use my saw, pull the module out replace it with my scrolling module that uses the jig saw, then pull it out and put in the router module...

It is a pretty slick system. Since this photo was taken, I bought another CMS that goes on the MFT. That way I can have 2 modules at once.

I made some of my own modules. I mounted my disk/ belt combo sander to some ply and just pull out what ever module I have in it and replace it.

The modules are stored on spur shelving mounted to the wall so they don't use a lot of space. I have some ideas for more modules but have to wait til I get back to the states to build them.

I did go with out a table saw for a while and used just the saw and guide rail with the MFT . The table saw does make things go a bit faster.
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Can't wait to get back to the states and move back into my house so I can set up again in shop with a lot more room
And a lot more light!

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Heheheheh yea yr right there. I did add another fluorescent and I got a lot more light. I do miss my stateside shop.
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Some nice looking shops in here!

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So I am also new but here is my shop, oh and it is a work in progress getting it cleaned up and organized.


Admin Help! Cant get my pics turned upright.
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Must be an Australian.
Happens every time.
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Must be an Australian.
Happens every time.

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Not sure how I missed this thread... My shop is still in the process of being outfitted and organized. It's a 12'x28' side utility storage shed/building that I picked up, locally built. This picture is from a few days ago, and I've made a little more progress since. This is the "dirty" side, and behind me is the clean side which has a matching workbench on the short wall, a few metal shelves for finishes and a few odds and ends. Almost have it wired up, I just need to run 20 more feet of conduit under the house and hook up the wires to the main panel. Waiting to get dust collection and filtration in the next few weeks hopefully. Still need shelving and storage, but I'll work on that soon. Already building some projects in it, but I'm having to use extension cords and deal with lots of dust and heat.

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Nice. I like how you have equipment/stations on wheels.
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A work in progress. I have been rearranging the entire garage. The shop was on the right side and I'm moving it to the left side. There is still a workbench, router table and bandsaw on the other side just out of the pic.
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Nice. I like how you have equipment/stations on wheels.
Thanks. It's nice in a small shop. I figured I would make it easy to rearrange things in the future as I learn what works where. It also allows me to roll the jointer and planer to the door and shoot shavings out the door, at least until I get dust collection in the shop. Need to hurry up and build an assembly table on wheels. I have no good place to assemble stuff at the moment. I've just been sitting on the floor doing it... Not ideal, especially for my back.
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