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Nearly all my equipment is mounted for mobility. Wired for 120/240. Compressed air available throughout the shop. Dust collection is simplified through a straight main line at the floor level, permanently connected only to the Table Saw. All other tools are connected as needed by 4" quick connects and flex hose.

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Welcome to LJs! It's great to have you here.

You have a very impressive shop. Great machines, well organized & well lit. I'm willing to bet you enjoy it immensely!!
 

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Great looking shop, lots of nice tools. I would like to see design of pull out shelves for storage if you have time, that looks interesting. Thanks for shareing, Bob.
 

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I don't any longer have the plans for the pull-out storage units. However they were pretty straight forward. Modeled after the old computer tape storage libraries. All are 4'X8'. 3 are 12" deep and 2 are 14". To make them as versatle as posible, all shelves are adjustable and the back are 1/2" ply with 1/4" spacer, then 1/4" peg board (inside). They sit on 4 ball bearing 3" wheels. Main Carcass' are 3/4" melamine and the handles/locks are 1/2" copper pipe. They hold and hide a whole lot of 'stuff'.
 

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Darrel, That is a very nice shop. Well laid out, nice storage and lots of light, very tidy place to spend some time in I'm sure! I like you am fussy about how clean my shop is, I always try to clean up after each project is completed.
 

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KMTS.. Thx. Obviously, it is not always this neat. I do have to stop and clean several times during a project or I can not find my tools. I would like to have even mor room, but then again, I'd just spend more money to buy more tools. I am planning to build a big woodworking bench. I have several famous bench plans too choose from but don't seem to get a break from other projects long enough to accomplich this.
 

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Very nice shop. I like the way you used the space. Clean too. btw - what's wrong with buying more tools?
 

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Cool shop and some great tools too.
 

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Darrell, you have a very nice and well organized shop. It looks like it would be a real pleasure to work in your shop and I'm sure you enjoy it very much. Congratulations.

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