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Workshop by JPCruising posted 12-02-2021 09:20 PM 775 reads 0 times favorited 12 comments Add to Favorites Watch

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, FL
United States

Couple of photos of my Felder sliding tablesaw


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#1 posted 12-04-2021 02:29 AM

Thats a nice looking shop. To clean though.

-- Eric, building the dream

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#2 posted 12-04-2021 02:47 AM

nice show shop,are you selling tools or using em.i dont see much wear and tear from using tools.all your “projects” are shop furniture and upgrades.maybe show us something your shop produces ? sorry im so critical but ive seen enough tool fetishes.damn nice dream shop though.

-- working with my hands is a joy,it gives me a sense of fulfillment,somthing so many seek and so few find.-SAM MALOOF.

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#3 posted 12-04-2021 06:37 PM

Very organized! I love it! Very nice shop and saw…..Thanks for showing us your space.

-- Mike

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#4 posted 12-04-2021 07:23 PM

Thank for the comments, yes I do and have always kept a clean shop. After 35+ years of woodworking this is my dream shop. No I am not selling tools, but I do like to maintain my tools like new and actually pretty much most of the tools are new. If you ask my wife she will tell you the shop is my hobby not woodworking :) I have been without a saw the first 8 months of this year while waiting for the delivery of my new sliding tablesaw. I took advantage of the long wait to completely revamp my shop with a lot of input from my wife. The old concrete floor got ground down for a new epoxy coating, electrical was upgraded with a Phase Perfect converter to provide 3 phase power for the new saw, new led shop lights and new duct work for dust collection. In addition to all the shop projects I did manage to make 3 Pikler triangles, a pantry unit for a friend, new kitchen drawers for another friend and a built in closet dresser for my daughter in law. Hopefully 2022 will be a year of woodworking projects.

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#5 posted 12-05-2021 12:09 AM

sorry if i was a bit rough,i can appreciate a nice shop and tools well cared for.hey i got a bit of a tool fetish myself-lol.

-- working with my hands is a joy,it gives me a sense of fulfillment,somthing so many seek and so few find.-SAM MALOOF.

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#6 posted 12-05-2021 12:31 AM

Beautiful shop space! I aspire to be at this level of clean and organized some day. I need to redo electrical for the house which will include a sub panel for the garage shop. After that I think I can start my “final” layout.

I really like the tray you have on the Felder. While my table saw is a joke compared to yours I keep a tray attached to my fence with all my most used items.

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JPCruising

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#7 posted 12-05-2021 12:41 AM

Hey sansoo22, don’t put down the saw you have, I spent many years using an old Sears contractor saw before I was able to upgrade to a Jet 3hp cabinet saw that served me very well for 20 years. It is only recently that I went looking for something more than a cabinet saw and discovered the world of sliding table saws, boy were my eyes opened to a whole new world and way of doing things. My only hope now is that I can get another 20yrs of woodworking as I seem to be getting older than I wish faster than I thought. I must say that the slider allows me to handle sheet goods with ease and precision that I was always chasing over the years.

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#8 posted 12-12-2021 02:11 PM

JP

Amazing shop!

-- Petey

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#9 posted 12-17-2021 01:30 PM

Beauty of a shop. Love that floor but I’d be afraid to get paint on it.

-- - Martin

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JPCruising

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#10 posted 12-17-2021 03:27 PM

Actually Martin, paint doesn’t stick to the epoxy floor coating, it peels right off if dry. Or you can wipe it off with damp rag.

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#11 posted 01-01-2022 11:29 AM

Can you share where you purchased the lift cart?

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JPCruising

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#12 posted 01-01-2022 12:34 PM

I have a Felder FAT 300 hydraulic lift cart that I purchased from Felder, 866-792-5288. It has been a huge help to me and has save my back and allows me to lift and move things with ease. The hydraulic cylinder is of high quality and does not leak down overnight. It’s weight capacity is 661 lbs and vertical range is approximately 15” to 40”. I made my own top for it out of Baltic birch plywood. The only drawl back is the price which is currently $1,823 not including tax and shipping, and can be purchased from the Felder e-shop, https://www.felder-group.com/en-us/shop/felder-working-tables-fat-sc125400/fat-300-work-table-sp125405

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