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My shop is currently a 30×48 ft metal building. It is still, and probably always will be, under contruction. The building is closed in but the interior has not been completed. There is an office area of 12×20 ft.
My main tools are an old Craftsman tablesaw with a Dayton 2hp motor, 2 Hegner scollsaws, mutimax 18's (aquired used), Craftsman radial arm saw, 6 inch belt sander, Powermatic 14 in bandaw and a router table. Of course the shop also has it complement of hand tools and hand power tools. For my small work, I use a Unimat lathe, about 6" between centers. This little lathe is a miniture machinist lathe and I have many of the attachments for it.

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Wow, lots of room there TA, and sounds like a good amount of power tools to start. We are looking forward to seeing some pictures.
 

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Hello Bill,

Thanks for the kind words. I started woodworking with my father before I started high school and have pursued it ever since. Of course there was a minor pause during college, but a shop was the first thing I set up in my first home so I could start remodeling it.

Denis from Sealy
 

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Welcome from Louisiana! Great sized shop you've got there.
 

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Hi Denis,

Your shop description sounds nice but do you have any pictures that you would like to post. I find visual tours of other shops to be an enjoyable part of this community.
 

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Hello Scott,

I am posting pictures of my shop. The description you read here went with a shop video contest.

Enjoy,

Denis
 

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Lookforward to seeing some pictures Denis.
 

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Hello Erveryone,

I was finally ablel to create an account on Google/Picasa so you'll can see. Check out:

http://picasaweb.google.com/dfmuras for a few pictures of the shop. I would like to know where the movie is.

Thanks,

Denis
 

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Denis,

Thanks for the pictures and the video. It looks like you have plenty of space in which to work and your shop space is well organized.

Thanks for the shop tour. I really enjoyed visiting with you.
 

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I like your comment "No true woodworking shop is ever done". I try to convince my wife of that every time I want a new tool.

Great shop tour thanks for the post.
 
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