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Hi Folks,

The K and T Woodworking Workshop page utilizes a video feed from the shop, text chat communications for those that want to use them, and Voice over IP communications for use between Mot, and between all connected. Voice over IP allows you, for no charge, to communicate realtime with voice communications. All you need are speakers, a microphone, and to configure the Ventrilo Communications Software for your operating system. You can download the latest Windows Application, or the latest Macintosh Application. Be sure to choose your nickname, and then login to server digiterm.com You will be connected to voice chat with anyone that is in the shop, or on the shop cam. Welcome!

Here's the ShopCam! For a video tour of my shop, scroll down! Here's a Photo Tour This tour has been updated as of November 3, 2007.

http://ustream.tv/zpeQdp,ylHZZ9ztoV0qDpwUyBKjIDFx4.usc

Here's a video tour of the shop! Thanks for looking!

http://blip.tv/scripts/flash/blipplayer.swf?autoStart=false&file=http://blip.tv/file/get/Htimst-KAndTWoodworkingShopTour576.flv%3Fsource%3D3

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Thanks for sharing. I loved the video tour. Are you going to post your auxillary bench in the projects section? Also, is it your own design or are plans available somewhere?
 

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Hi Wayne,

I'm just going through updating this site with my projects. I havn't done a project photo set for the auxillary table but I will in the next few days.

Tom
 

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Thanks. I've been considering building one for a while.
 

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I just checked out your shop video. Very interesting. Sorry to hear customs messed up your dovetail jig. Will they pay to replace it? Thanks for sharing.
 

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Wow, what a shop! You are blessed. Thanks for sharing it with us, Tom.
 

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My compliments on the shop. I can tell a lot of thought went into the design.
I like to see the blade guard on the table-saw. One of these days I am going to get one too.

Dust collection is always a challenge, but it looks like you have that handled.
I noticed a hose (4") for dust behind the mitre saw, Does that work OK?
 

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Mot is was just in looking at a forum TomFran had started and buying a planer. He had commented on your shop. Great looking shop, and video.
 

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Thanks Greg. It's a continuous work in progress.
 

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From what I hear it needs Air Conditioning. : ^ )
 

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Yeah Wayne, it's either that or the spidy man costume has to come off for a few days. -:)

That could be scary!
Bob
 

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Yes-air conditioning!!
oh wait.. it might just have been the beaver hat and winter coat.
 

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I'll tell ya what, the Spidy Costume breaths pretty good, but it rides up a bit and itches after a few hours. :)
 

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Kind of like my HazMat suit. It's the same as the rubber suits that make you loose fat in the summer. Or at least make you sweat.

Wait a minute I need to loose fat.

maybe it's back on - Nah. Wait till winter.
 

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I got the same problem with my Tu tu, but, I only wear it around the shop.

Bob
 

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Live
 

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Nice shop Tom. Very well organized. Is that band saw on rollers?
 

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Yes it is, Bryano. I keep all the big tools on rollers, though I only ever move the bandsaw. I also only move it when I'm ripping boards.
 

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Bah. Missed it again…. lol
 

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doh
 
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