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My workshop is very small compared to many of your's I'm sure, It's justthe front third of a 1 car garage, but I make it work. Everything on wheels so I can roll it out on the driveway. Most of my work is done on site at the homes I trim. Have a pretty good Delta contractors table saw, Jointer, many hand tools, and a shopsmith I picked up for $50, couldnt pass it u

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"but I make it work"

And that's ALL the counts.

Got pictures????
 

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Not yet, I just joined last night so I'll add pics as I go, also plan to take pis as I move this staircase along. Seams to be a great site so far lots of help.
 

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Trimman, I have always said that any shop is a good shop. Yours may not be one of the largest but it sounds interesting. I will be looking forward to seeing pictures of it.
 

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True, I never seam to do things just for myself. Usually for a customer or something extra for a house I'm working on, and theres been precious few of those the past year or so. Right now the shop is more junk room. gotta get out there for spring cleaning
 

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I guess I'm basking in luxury here in Gainesville, with 1/2 of a two car garage. Keep at it. You're not alone. 11% of Shopsmith users work in 100 sq. ft. or less.
 

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Gainesville Fl? Go gators. Also from U.P. Mich? beautiful country up there. I grew up with a real shop guess probably 1,000 sq ft, Father had me useing all the tools by age 10, so I have memories of working in a desent sized shop. Just makes me dream lol
 
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