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My workshop starts out when I cut down a tree and haul it to my sawmill. It is a Norwood LM29v. The mill is housed in a two story pole barn that is 12'x24' long. My wife helped me with the concrete work. The 2nd story is a drying kiln for the lumber I mill. The actual workshop is a two room space with the back room for dried lumber and paint and finish area. The east wall has my radial arm saw, miter saw, area for drills and charging station, reloading area, and a wood burning stove to keep warm in winter. North wall has my router table, and lathe and small closet for all my hardware ( screws, nails, hinges, etc.) The west wall has a movable small band saw, clamps fixture, and all other supplies. Southern wall ( garage door entrance) has my table saw, off feed table, drill press, planer and jointer combo table.

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Wow, very nice! You have my dream set up, cut your own lumber. I would love to see more of your shop. What kind of woodworking do you do?

Jake
 

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yeah nice setup for sawing logs.more pic's of the shop inside though.
 

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Would love to see more inside pics!
 

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Very cool setup! Let's see more from inside!
 

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thats better.thanks for the extra pic's looks great.
 

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Nice looking shop, good setup. That is a long table for the router, beat it works out great though.
 
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