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Workshop Information

United States
My workshop as it was when I just threw a few things together. I am slowly working on getting it to what I want. These photos are before pics and I will show after pics soon.

This is a slow process to get the shop how I want it and it seems like it keeps changing. I bought some new tools and some used ones.
A Craftsman planer that has been terrific and has planed many feet of old hard oak. Great machine.
A Craftsman saw that I used the 80/20 Inc company that Hutch, , posted and have some stuff left to do to make this saw usable like I want.
A Skill drill press that isn't anything fancy but gets the job done well.
A Skill benchtop sander that works fairly good.
A Skill chop saw that has been terrific.

Update March 13, 2013

I now have a 12" Ridgid miter saw and got rid of my skill saw. I have an older craftsman planer, 6", that works well.
I have continued to work on my table saw and have started the process of a cabinet saw. I have added some rough drawers to it that I will later improve.
The table saw works great. I can rip a 4×8 sheet with no problem as my fence will extend past the blade a full 48". It is great!.



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Before and after is always cool…...........

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ok so i look forward to seeing your tools