Building the Shop #23: Video Update

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Blog entry by Lance posted 01-01-2012 08:25 PM 7204 reads 0 times favorited 2 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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#1 posted 01-02-2012 06:19 AM

Looks like you are well on your way to a really nice, well equipped shop. Love your router table and drill press table. My journey starts soon. I have most of the tools I want, but shop organization is killing me. Cars live outside, tools live in the garage. I measured the footprint of all my larger equipment and drew a plan. Time to implement! I see where you are a UT fan, and a suspect you spent some time there. My son is a freshman at UT this year, electrical engineering/computer science double major. Very smart kid. Had 64 hours in AP credits accepted by UT, mostly math and science. Makes is easier to pay for the “double” in his major. Lives in Jester for the moment but has other plans starting Fall semester. Currently helping me over the break to put together a shed to store everything in the garage that takes up tool space. Hope that shed is big enough or something gotta go! Best of luck to you.

-- Better woodworking through old hand tools.

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#2 posted 02-12-2012 03:57 PM

Hello Lance,
you have a great space for your shop and you’ve very great equipment.
You have also a beautiful router table, I have the same, only I am a long time building, unfortunately
is not going as fast as I want, because off my disability. But if I see your beautiful table again see, I hope that I
quickly can build again, but I wish the pain was less.
According to me, you have a very sweet woman, when I hear how much she cares about you and you see all those beautiful gifts.
It’s great if your wife you release in your hobby, luckily is my wife also very easy in such things.
If you dfind it no problem, then I want to add you to as my buddy, because I really like to see what you
still going to make, so far make great things.
It is sometimes quite difficult when you see other people work with the hobby you love so much
and you can not do that because off your illness, that’s very annoying

Lance I wish you all the best and thanks for the video.

Greetings Henrie.

Sorry for my Englisch

-- Greetings from the Netherlands.

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