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Posted on Getting Settled in the New Shop and a New Table Saw

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#1 posted 09-12-2015 02:18 AM



That is looking like a NICE shop! It looks spacious and very bright. That Grizz is the newest hybrid? I have the older hybrid and have really enjoyed it. Best wishes my friend.

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It’s going to be great I think. I’m still thinking things through…it’s not often you get the opportunity to build a shop from the ground up, so I’m trying to think ahead and foresee present and future needs. So far I’m thinking electrical outlets about every 6 feet along the walls ( I was going to put them in the floor, but building a floor is beginning to look like too much ), compressed air line running the perimeter of the shop with regular outlets / manifolds as well. Of course the dust collection system will get installed first, but this time, the DC motor and filter itself is going to be outside the shop. I’m considering a french cleat system for the walls so I can add storage and cabinets as needed. That’s all I got so far, and so far, it’s all in my head :-)

Yes, that is the latest entry level hybrid from Grizzly, it appears to be pretty well made, although I’ve not gone through the fine tuning part of the setup yet. In fact, I have not turned it on yet. Thanks for looking in Andy.

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