Grenada Woodworking Shopcomments (2) February 3rd, 2013 in Shop Tours
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My work shop is the lower level of our house. Access is only from the exterior and since we live in Grenada we do not have any heating/cooling systems to be troubled by sawdust. The shop is 1500 sq. ft. I have a detached finishing room that is 250 sq. ft. so that allows me to keeping working while items dry. The shop has 220/110 electric service throughout. The central dust control keeps the shop clean. As well as some interior lumber storage I have outdoor storage where I currenly have about 3000 board feet of West Indian mahogany and 1000 board feet of local white cedar air drying. Generally I let the lumber dry for at least a year before I work with it. I use a moisture meter to monitor it all. I have a shop built router table with a 3 1/4 PC router, a midi Jet lath, Delta 15 inch planner, Delta 6 inch jointer, and a shop built router milling machine (ShopNotes magazine) which has proved to be very handy for all sorts of turning tasks. My wife does stained glass work and she has a 250 sq. ft. studio for that We frequently incorporate leaded glass or stained glass work into some of our furniture pieces. www.grenadabarefootwoodworker.com
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My work table often pulls double- and triple-duty for tons of shop tasks. Most often it's sharpening, but I also use it for drilling, holding bench hooks and shooting boards and occassionally as a chop-saw station. Hopefully soon, it will also hold a midi-lathe. Since I plan on rearranging the top pretty regularly, I wanted a way to... read full tip