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this was my old shop

http://lumberjocks.com/projects/51312

after the last youngen left the nest i took in the master room for the shop ,its a mess right now but then it gets that way sometimes i do clean it up from time time when i can

my work bench thats a park bench on the floor im working on


my TS and some add ons outfeed and side table


m router table and fence


a flip top stand planer and orbs. sander



BS and table

drill press and top with fence


some shelfs and storage a few hand planes


sharping tool ,for planes and chisels, a work sharp 3000,with a stumpy nubs station


the wood lath and a clamp rack


this is the desk area for study and research of wood working


the room is L shaped with a pole in the middle so it hard to give a lay out this is just a nother angle



AC got a noter fiter to add over it just aint done it yet

a nother shelf for storage


break and reading room




a set of doors i got from a dumpster it leads to a covered deck outside

my vac system so far want to upgrade soon as i get the money

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And what a nice shop it is!
I think all you need now is a 'fridge. This way you can admire your work, while enjoying the "cold one", you earned my friend!!!
 

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What a shop! I want tile floors and a ceiling fan. Eddie you got it going on. Now if I could move my shop inside.
Nice!
 

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Great eddie - you got your shop posted! This is quite an accomplishment! in a short amount of time!

Yep - gotta have the shop fridge…...it's mandatory…....

Great job!
 

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Great shop eddie. Now go to your room and don't come out until it's clean…..
 

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That looks like a house made into a shop.
Is that what I'm seeing?
 

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super looking shop and some great tools too.
 

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Every now and then a project gets too big for the garage and the finished bits end up stored in the living room. I don't know how my wife tolerates it.

Taking over the entire master bedroom would be out of the question. At least the fridge and barcolounger are just down the hallway.

I liked the pic of the Wood mags in the WC-no toilet paper in the holder, but lot'sa paper. ;-D
 

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Very Nice Shop Eddie! Love the larger top on the router table!
 

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thanks DS the wife left a few years back went to get a cheese burger and never came back so she dont mind :)
 

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thanks John it is easer for me to work with with a long out feed end
 

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I love that flag.
 

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Great looking shop, Eddie! Is the dust a problem with the computer? Drill press table is on my To Do List.
 

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thanks AJ
scott thanks got love the Star of David

Thanks Candy drill press table is very handy make a lot more room to work and set the wood part leval while drill , dust is a problem every once in a while i open it up and blow the dust out its a old one but keeps on running
 
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