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Workshop Information

United States
My workshop is small. It is my basement. So small that my planer outfeeds onto my tablesaw, which outfeeds onto the workbench!

A few of the tools I own:
-Dewalt DW734 Planer
-Ridgid 4516 Table saw
-Bosch 1617 Router 1/2" shank
-craftsman router w/table 1/4" shank
-Porter-Cable dovetail jig
-Makita Circular Saw
-Craftsman 4" benchtop jointer
-Crappy bench top band saw
-Milwaukee 18v drill
-Bosch Jig Saw
-Craftsman floor standing drill press
-Makita LS1016L Sliding Compound Miter Saw
-Stanley Bailey #4 plane Type 15 Sweetheart
-Keen Kutter K6 plane (made by Stanley Bedrock Type 4, c. 1920s)
-Stanley Bedrock #8 Plane Type 2 (c. 1898)
-Ward's Master 9 1/2 Block Plane (made by Stanley for Montgomery Wards)
-Wilton 4210 6×48 belt/ 10" disc sander



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walker thats called a good work flow,even if not the final frontier that all wood worker dream of,theres never enough.welcome to lumber jocks,glad to have you.

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That is the epitome of efficiency. You don't need a dedicated bench and outfeed tables for each piece of equipment. Well done sir! and welcome to LJ's!