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New years resolution was to clean and keep clean my shop. Took advantage of the day, snapped some shots after the day and a half ordeal of cleaning…...boy was it a mess. Hope I can keep up with my commitment to put things away and clean up everytime before turning off the lights. Hope you enjoy!

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Terdy,

That's a great looking shop. Sure beats my cramped garage. I'd be spending way too much time in there. What kind of router table is that in your table saw?
 

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These are all before pictures right, when you going to post the after.

Great shop how big is it.

Nice selection of tools.
 

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Nice Shop! I see you are a big fan of Ridgid. Great tools. I like your cyclone too!
 

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The router table is a benchdog. Wouldnt trade it. It is awesome. the shop is a 16 by 24 small. I am hoping to build a shop this summer with gallery space. I really like the tablesaw, little underpowered but okay for now. Hate the bandsaw. jointer is not too bad just too small. Thanks for the comments guys.
 

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Gee, I bet if I had a Tempest Cylcone Dust Collector, my shop would look as clean as yours!
 

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Why do you hate the bandsaw? I have the same model, and I didn't like it when I first got it because of the vibration. After a few adjustments and slight modifications it seems to be doing fine. If you were to try some heavy resawing I would imagine it would bog down a bit, but I don't use mine for much heavy work so we get along just fine. Great looking shop!
 

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What a backdrop. Looks like a wonderful place to spend your days.
 
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