Well of course it's clean. Nobody's turned on the tools, yet. Where's the
fun in that?
And 1700 sq ft of flooring? That's a whole HOUSE in many neighborhoods!
Welcome back, Silvan! Is the software finished?
Bob N. from Emmaus, PA is a sumbish for that shop of his.
Torgit Urton is a babe.
Grok the Schwinnnng! for both babe and shop.
But, to which was Keeter referring, hmmm?
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20 yr. old craftsman table saw
18 yr. old craftsman radial arm saw
15" Grizzly planer
6" Grizzly jointer
Delta drill press
Almost every Dewalt hand power tool available
Porter Cable plunge router
17" Grizzly band saw
Dewalt 20" scroll saw
Rigid oscillating spindle sander
South bend metal lathe
Home made wood steamer
Computer with Mastercam software for designing projects
AM/FM/CASSETTE/CD player with a 5 CD changer in a custom built cabinet that
keeps the dirt out and lets the air in.
one English lop house rabbit
one wild rabbit who now lives in the house because SWMBO made be save it
from one of the labs mouths.
The worthless dachshund and the two rabbits never see the shop. They live in
the house with my wife and kid.
Don't really want anything else in the shop
Hundreds of various basket parts, steam bent handles of various sizes, lids,
bases, etc. My stepmother started a business making and selling handmade
woven baskets in NC. She had some problems getting some quality parts, so I
made some that she needed immediately. Now I make everything she needs,
(except the reed). I have a water jet at my day job, so sometimes she sends
be a picture of something, I scan it into Mastercam, generate a program,
take it to work, and cut a pattern out of 1/8 steel. Then depending on the
item I saw it close, double stick tape the template to it, and run a flush
cutting router bit around it. Also cut alot of custom designs in basket
handles with the scroll saw.
Everything gets dusty, I have no dust collection, My shop is a four car
garage, so when weather permits, the doors go up and most of the dust goes
I work from 7 to 3:30 so I am normally in MY shop at 4:00, take a break for
supper around 5:30 after SWMBO gets home from work, then normally it's back
to the shop until 9. So its probably comes out to about 4 hours a night
during the week. On the weekend, its all day. If I can't find anything that
needs done, I just make more basket parts for stock. In the winter, I
normally spend the weekend cutting Oak off of my wood lot, then I take them
to my uncles saw mill where we saw them into planks for projects two years
down the road.
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