is the northeast corner of the shop. Most of the time this is the
stall where the car sits. In the drawers is all sorts of nuts, bolts
and screws. The shelf holds drawer slides, and on top of it sits
some of my portable power tools. On the floor, I have built a small
box for plywood cutoffs. It swings out from the wall to easily go
through the pieces.
is the east wall in the shop. My clothes washer and dryer are accessed
from the garage, through the doors in the right in the picture so that wall
space is wasted. On the top shelf is my Craftsman router table.
Below that is my Delta BOSS sander. On the floor is my extra metal trash
can for the cyclone, and the fiber drum is just used as a trash can.
is the southeast corner of the shop. You can see the 60's era Craftsman
radial arm saw there in the corner on the cabinet I built for it.. Also there
is the pipe clamps hanging on
the wall. I have a small ladder for use in the garage sitting under the
|The south wall has sitting on the bench, my Delta
planer, behind that is my drill press and Grizzly mortiser, which are
mostly hidden by the planer. To the right of the bench is my Grizzly
16" band saw, then my roll around cart, and finally the Delta
18/36" drum sander. Behind and above all that is my lumber and
plywood storage areas.
is the southwest corner of the garage. On the left (south wall) you can
see my lumber storage area and my drum sander. In the corner is my dust collector. It
is the Wood magazine design cyclone using the blower from the Delta 50-850 1200 CFM dust
collector exhausting into two 0.2 micron cartridge filters. Beside
the filters is my Grizzly belt/disk sander. On the wall is the
downdraft table I built that I hook up to the dust collection system.
this shot you can see the west wall. You can see the drop I have from the
dust system to the blade guard on the table saw. On the shelf is my Porter
Cable air compressor and my air nailers. On the left of the table saw you
can see my Grizzly belt/disk sander and Grizzly shaper and in front of that my
Craftsman shop vac. I heat
my shop in the winter several ways. To get it warm in a hurry, I
have the LP torpedo heater. To keep it warm, I have the LP radiant
heater on the 20lb tank under the table saw wing. On the right
picture is my Craftsman
miter saw and station that I built for it. Above the miter saw you can see
a small shelf for lumber cutoffs and above that is my hardwood clamp
collection. Hanging from the ceiling is my Grizzly air cleaner.
is the northwest corner of the shop. You can see the jointer in the
foreground and the miter saw on the left. Up against the door is my
workbench. Under the top is a great storage area with 14 drawers on one side
and on the other side it is doors with shelves to store other items.