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Conveniently located attached to our home, filled with natural light and ventilation. Adjacent immediately accessible large paved work area. 120/240 power availabe with extension cords. Tools smartly stored to keep spouse from finding and using most of them.

Woodworking Weapons of Mass Construction include:
Detla Cabinet Saw
15" JET Planer
Delta 6" jointer
DeWalt 12" CSMS
BA Compressor
and a Dust Relocation system (Push Broom and Yard Blower)
Here is what the shop looked like on July 12th, 2010.

Pictures will be updated after we clean up and rebuild from the fire.
Bruce (AKA FlWoodRat)

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Your shop sounds interesting. How about posting some pictures?
 

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Scott, if you look at my blogs you can see my shop… enjoy the view of my neighbor's front yard.. lol.

Bruce
 

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Bruce, You have a really nice shop space, especially when it isn't raining. It is nice to have your tools on wheels so that they can be moved outside. It does make clean up a breeze (pun intended). I usually go the same route, except for this time of year. If I don't then, trust me, I get yelled at for "tracking sawdust in the house". But even moving the tools outside gets some comments as well if I don't close the garage door because the sawdust ends up blowing back into the shop.

You have some nice tools to play with as well. I would enjoy working in your shop.

Thanks for the pictures (I also followed up on the ones in your blogs as well). I enjoyed visiting your shop.
 

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Being in Fl I have no room in the garage so I am looking at making my table saw portable. I have the same saw but no wheels do you like them and is it easy to move about?
 
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