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Workshop Equipment
Oneida 5hp dust collector, 3hp 36" Sawstop, 14" and 15" Jet Bandsaws, 6" HH Powermatic Jointer, Super Max 16x32 drum sander, Powermatic Drill press, Kapex Miter saw, Bench top Powermatic mortiser, 12" Jet Drum sander, Jet bench top Oscillating Spindle Sander, Jet 2" belt sander, Jet Scroll saw, Dewalt 13" Thickness Planer, Jet slow speed grinder and buffer, Tormek T-8 and just added Powermatic 3520c Lathe.
Shop Dimensions
23x31 with a 10x10 storage/dust collection room and a small Furnace/Sharpening/sink room.
Location
Littleton, CO
After spending 37 years in my 12x22 basement shop of the two story house I built it was time for the old folks to find a ranch house. After looking for over a year for the perfect house we decide we were not going to find one with everything, and the shop was going to be in the basement again. The new house had a 2400 sq ft unfinished basement, almost 900 sq ft going to the shop. After arranging the equipment in the empty space many times a layout was chosen. First item to decide on was the dust collector size and location, after a lot of thought Oneida 5hp was chosen (should have gone with 3hp). The work began, new sub panel installed in the furnace/sharpening room and layout complete the work began.

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Great looking shop
 

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Beautiful shop great equipment, but where do you do your work this shop looks as though it has never been used.
 

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Beautiful shop great equipment, but where do you do your work this shop looks as though it has never been used.
It is used, of course I cleaned it for the pictures. The Epoxy floor makes cleanup a breeze.
 

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What type of epoxy floor is that, or who did you use to coat it? I'm in Greeley and would like something similar.
 

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the red wood edging on your cabinet doors and drawers is a super nice touch. Did you make all of the miter-saw station cabinets yourself? Nice shop, hard to tell it is a basement.
 
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