papa's shopcomments (0) May 8th, 2011 in Workshop Floor Plans, DreamShop Spring Challenge
- Location: Applegate, Oregon
- Size: 900sq. ft.
- Type: Detached
- Focus: Cabinetry
- Heating/Cooling: woodstove / wall mounted AC
My shop is on the main floor of a dedicated building. I have a full metal shop on the lower floor where my dust collector and compressor live. I like to have multiple router stations so I can set them up for a project and leave then set until the project is done. The lower right area of the shop is for assembly and the door in the right wall leads to a 12' x 12 ' finishing room and attached bathroom The designer of the planner tool left out a necessary item for my shop, a reclining swivel rocker for reading FW and watching the flat screen so I improvised with the available icons.
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Threaded inserts keep grinder locked-down, but easily movable.
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