Fantasy Shopcomments (0) October 9th, 2011 in Workshop Floor Plans, DreamShop Summer Challenge
- Location: Miami, Florida, 33161
- Size: 400sq. ft.
- Type: Garage
- Focus: General
- Heating/Cooling: Wall air conditionr
I try to line my equipment up so it can be used as an out feed table if necessary, Planer being the same height as the workbenchs etc. I have to raise the heights of some of the equipment to ake that work.
I have a place out side where I take my equipment to work weather permitting. Easy cleanup, compressor to blow it off, done. Plants love it. It is particularly great for working with chemicals. Made a work bench out of pressure treated lumber and a hardy backerboard top with a pvc top coat.
I can use the roller cart for wheeling outside. The mortiser is on it in the picture, but I have done it with the miter saw and router table as well. I have one with outfeed supports.
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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