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Canada
My Shop is looking pretty sad these days. I am in the mist of moving (yet again) and most of the equipment sits idle in storage. I am planning to build a new shop at my new location within the next few months. I'll post images of the new shop when available.





I am a fan of Old Iron (Ol'Arn) and have a few beauties in my collection. They are wonderful in that they don't vibrate when running and are very accurate, however, they are a real bear to move when required !!

Woodworking Equipment I have previously owned/presently have in my Shop:

Band Saw:
Oliver No.17 30" Bandsaw (1922-1923)




Table Saws:
Robinson ET-E 18" Dimension Saw c/w Sliding Table
SCMI S-15 14" Sliding Tablesaw
Powermatic #65 10" Tablesaw (S/N 4-3550)
Tannewitz Model J 16" Tablesaw
General #350 10" tablesaw
Rockwell-Beaver 9" Tablesaw






Jointers:
Oliver Model B 20" Patternmaker's Jointer (S/N 781-20) 1903-1907
American 16" Jointer




Planer:
Oliver 399 18" Planer (S/N 81362)




Shapers:
Rockwell 1 1/4" Spindle Shaper
Delta-Rockwell 3/4" Spindle Shaper

Lathe:
Seneca Falls - 18" x 72" Combination Lathe




Radial Arm Saws:
Dewalt 12" GP Radial Arm Saw
Craftsman 10" Radial Arm Saw

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Man, you sure are not lacking any great tools!

Looking forward to seeing some pictures.
 

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Wow, it sounds like a shop I would like to work in. I will ditto Gary's comment about the pictures.
 

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Oh Baby you have some equipment …yes you do ….Thanks for showing ..
 

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Love the old equipment. I am green with envy.
 

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Great looking tools.
 

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Thanks for posting the pictures of your shop. I will say this you have some monster tools with which to work. Of all the tools I own my jointer gets the most respect but yours would take some getting used to before I would be comfortable using it. You have a nice shop space and some wonderful tools with which to work.

Thanks for the tour. I really enjoyed visiting your shop.
 

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Heavy duty equipment! Very nice. Thanks for sharing.
 
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