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I've been making some major changes- in fact I've changed it around several times and still think I could make it better… Anyway, here's the "in progress" photos. Still to come are a spray booth, another bench (traditional woodworking bench) and some other misc things. Then I'll tear it all apart and change it around again I'm sure…









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Jim, I have to chime in as well on the pictures. Tours of other shops are always welcome.
 

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nice shop
 

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nice looking shop you put together..your shop foreman looks to be a wonderful helper…i just got a new one myself and she is pretty easy going…...enjoy the shop..good luck with your business venture….grizzman
 

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Super shop. What was your selection for "a remote and blast gates"? Are the gates controlled by a remote control?
 

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Chuck- no, I meant that the dust collector is controlled by the remote. I've seen remote controlled blast gates, but don't have them.
 

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Great looking shop and some fantastic tools to make some sawdust with, nice layout, thanks for sharing, Steve in Oregon
 

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I sure do love your shop, Stumpy. It's a really interesting looking shop.
 

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Thanks Helluva- like everyone's shop, it's a work in progress. Seems like I spend more time on the shop than on making projects with those tools. I've made a lot of changes in the last weeks since those "updated" photos were taken!
 

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Well, Stumpy, if you're still changing it every so often why don't you make a blog out of it. It would be interesting. I love the look and feel of your shop. I use mine much like a lot of people use a den - especially in the winter time. In warm weather I like to sit out on the patio next to my shop in my spare time but in the winter I like to sit in my shop. Yours has a much more comfortable atmosphere than mine does. It's very cozy looking and colorful too. I can tell that you love your shop and that you are proud of it - and you should be.
 

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Ever finish that bandsaw?
Looks like you are working on two of them.

I hope to get mine done this winter.
Changing jobs put a real kink in my plans this last spring.
 

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Love the wooden walls I would love to do that to my shop.
 

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Thanks- That is actually 120 year old cedar siding that I took off my house. It's the back, unpainted side, which has turned a rainbow of colors from moisture over the decades.
 

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First, Great space.
Second, spray booth? where?
Third, Two table saws, why how and what for? (I know you have a great answer for that one, maybe I missed it.)
Is there a humongous shoehorn outside, or is your shop larger than what it appears to me?
 

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Since my travel funds are nonexsistent, I'm taking a virtual tour of the USA. I will be visiting (& crashing in) all the regular Nubber's workshops. It wood be rude of me not to stop in and visit the "Original Nubber's" workshop!!! I know you enjoy your comfy chair, but I was hoping that I can sleep on your work bench, I brought my own pillow.

Looking forward to your next video. Just shoot around me if you can't awaken me.
 

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Wow, I love that double belt sander. Where can you get those at? Nice shop!

AJ
 

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Hi Stumpy,

I really enjoy the show and the pictures.

A question about the t-shaped RAS/tablesaw workbench: Do you have some kind of sacrificial insert for the RAS (or do you not make full depth crosscuts with it)? I'm seriously thinking about incorporating this t-shaped workstation into my shop as I want both a rip and a crosscut station in the smallest footprint possible.

Thank you,

Doc Holland
 
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