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Workshop by Bermuda_Les posted 01-13-2015 02:38 PM 959 reads 1 time favorited 0 comments Add to Favorites Watch

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A very small workshop converted from a single car garage. Contains three workbenches, a dust collector, 10” Bosch Table Saw, 13” Rigid Thickness Planer, 10” Ryobi Drill Press, 10” Ryobi Miter Saw, Router Table, Bench Grinder, Shop Vac and 7” Metal Lathe.

Not much room to move around in, so really large jobs need to be done in sections or stages, and when complete, moved out so next stage can begin. Completed project needs to be assembled elsewhere.

This is the view from inside looking out. The street is directly outside the shop door…

A view across the shop. You can see how small the shop is. When you say 10’ x 15’ that sounds OK, until you put equipment in it, and this is what you get…

And lastly a view looking into the shop. This shop is so small, if I’m building a project, I frequently have to move something to make space to work. I’d kill to have the space some of you have…

In July of 2015 I sold the house where my workshop was located, forcing me to relocate my shop. I did not have space at my house to accommodate a shop, so my only choice was to build one. Local zoning laws and costs prevented my from building a permanent structure as my other shop had been, so I put up a rather flimsy 10’ x 15’ vinyl shed. It’s the best I could do given the circumstances. It’s small, but I make it work.

-- Making sawdust in Bermuda. It's a dirty job, but someone has to do it!


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