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Simple Workshop. My tools are mostly geared toward pen turning.

10" Craftsman Tablesaw
Jet mini Lathe
Craftsman Router/Table combo
Craftsman Drill press
Low-speed Grinder
Various power handtools (circular saw, jig saw, sander, etc.)

Eventually, it will become organized and be the foundation of Loon and Mallard Woodcraft. Right now, just a simple penturner.

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pics would be great.
 

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Patrick, I will echo Rob's comment as well. Tours of other shops are always welcomed.
 

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Plan on posting. Just didn't get them on here yet. Will post by this afternoon. Thank you for the interest…
 

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As requested/as promised…Comments always welcome. Thanks folks for stopping by….
 

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Good looking space to make some sawdust! Steve in Oregon
 

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That looks like my kabar knife on the bench there. I have one just like it. LOL
Thanks for sharing.
 

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Guys,

Appreciate the kind words…I just wish that work would get out of the way so I could make more dust….
 

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Patrick;

Very nice shop. Really like the workbench cover for your table saw.

Thanks for sharing!

Good Luck!
 

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Rick,

Thanks for noticing that one. I built that about three or four years ago. It works great because I bolted the drill press and the slow-speed grinder to it and everything moves as one piece. THe issue is I really want to find some type of legs for it that raise and lower it; so I may move it at will. My wife is pregnant right now so I have been "table-sawless" for the last few months.
 
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