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I finaly got some pictures up of the shop. I had some time to clean it up so it didn't look like a wreck. As you can see it is in a basment and I still have a long list of things to do to it.
Patch and Paint Walls white (UPDATE: got some done)
Shop Lights
I am going to build a new lumber rack (one I slide the wood in from the front not the sides) the one I got is such a pain! (UPDATE: lumber rack built and installed. Will get pics up soon.)
Flip washer and dryer over to finished side of basement (not shown right to right of lumber rack)

I also posted a picture of what I am using as a finish booth in my garage. I am going to post a blog on my finish booth so you can look there for more.

Here is a list of the tools I got so far thou.

Lie-Nielsen 4 1/2 Plane
Lie-Nielsen Rabbet/block plane
Gerneral International Contractors saw (Forrest Blade)
Jet Long Bed Deluxe Jointer
Dewalt three blade 13" wide planer
Bosch 12" Dual Bevel Miter Saw (Freud blade)
Porter Cable Router and Small Router table (Table Needs an Upgrade!)
Steel City Bench Top Hollow Tip Mortiser
Delta Bench top Drill Press
Harbor Freight 2hp Dust Collector

Tools to get
Air Filtration
Dovetail Jig

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sounds good I'm looking forward to photos
 

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Your shop sounds interesting. Like Jim, I am also looking forward to seeing pictures of it when you get the opportunity to post them.
 

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Sounds like a fine idea for a shop so when time permits post some pic's…..like my two above buddies said.
 

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Marcus, this is a nice space that you have to work in. The storage shelves that you added look like they work well for storing and organizing your hand tools. And it looks like you have taken advantage of every nook and cranny in your shop to help you organize your clamps, hardware and so forth. You also have a nice set of tools to play with as well and it looks like your shop arrange will work pretty well.

Thanks for posting the pictures. I enjoyed touring your shop.
 

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Thanks Scott. The shelves were up when I got the place. I was thinking about taking them down to fit other stuff but they have worked out nicely for storing stuff, mostly hardware for projects I am working on or extra hardware I might use in the future.
 
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