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Workshop Information

United States
Many many many handtools, a dearth of planes, japanese and western alike, handsaws japanese and western, chisels, same again. I could go on but won't.

1980's Era Grizzly G1023 table saw
70's Era rockwell drill press(model escapes me at the moment)
40's-50's Era delta Milwaukee 14" bandsaw,
80's Era 17" minimax bandsaw
70's Era rockwell uni-plane
40's Era uni-mat
1/3 hp bench grinder
Relatively new husky 4 foot tall compressor. I forget the gallon size.
Hegner variable speed scrol saw
Rigid belt/spindle sander
My retired mechanic's 6 foot long mac toolbox/workbench
Shaper origin
Milwaukee router, old aluminum bodied craftsman router
Cutawl model K9

I'm sure that there's more, but the most important thing is the wife that allowed me to take out all of the walls in the basement to make the shop larger. Now to find the time to make more stuff.

Update!!! Now with Panoramic picture of my mess of a shop.



6 Posts
Old is still gooder, I have a lot of hand me downs that when I use them, I think of the person who gave it to me

Premium Member
28,627 Posts
sounds great but we gotta see it! its all about "show" and tell here.welcome to lumber jocks.

21 Posts
Taking pictures would require… cleaning to a usable state. Oh boy, tall order. I'll see what I can do. It may be a while.

Thanks for the welcome.