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We just added about 400 sqft onto our house with a daylight basement underneath. My workshop takes up the 400 sqft below the new master suite. It is approximately 15'x25' and I am still trying to figure out the best layout. I picked up some old kitchen cabinets from a buddy that was trashing them. I also grabbed some old desktops to make into a countertop for the cabinets and mounted up some peg board. I built a wood storage rack similar to the Wood Whisperer.



Tools:

I just upgraded to a 10" Delta Unisaw and am loving it. I added a Vega Pro 50 fence and it has been a dream!
I have a bunch of old hand planes from my grandfather that I am working on restoring.
Plenty of saws, drills, jigs, and other small tools.

ToDo:

Tablesaw rolling storage unit
Outfeed/Assembly Table
Router Extension Table

Update 8/9/2017

I have completed a couple shop improvements and the space is really starting to take shape! Currently that shape is in the form of a 1985 Honda Goldwing I am restoring but before the Wing moved in I finished (for now) some projects.

I built my crosscut sled!



I built a "Hyper Organized Shop" storage wall with a few solutions





I purchased a decent set of Narex chisels for $25

I started my Router Table (Table Saw Extension)



I built a homemade air filtration unit as well and is under my projects!

I purchased an old 60 Gallon compressor that is older than I am and I built a cooling "radiator" to reduce moisture in the line for finishes!



I also built a bench for more motorcycle related processes and the drill press (Thanks HOT DEALS Thread)!



Thanks for looking!

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This looks like a nice space….enjoy!!!
Mike
 

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Thank you all! I need to clean it up and take a few more pictures.
 

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Great space…I enjoy the part of getting everything laid out and workable. Enjoy!
 
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