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This is our furniture shop in Conway, New Hampshire
This is our shop and wood “shop”. We are a small one man one woman custom furniture shop in Conway, New Hampshire. We recently bought our house with this detached shop. The previous owner used it for working on machinery. The shop is a 30′ x 50′ 2 story building. The first floor is insulated. We moved in and really had a small amount of work to do, alot of cleaning and wiring for our machines. Next we will insulate the 2nd floor for usable year round space. We use a 12″ jointer, 20″ planer both with spiral cutterheads, 10″ tablesaw, a 14″ bandsaw (14″resaw), a hallow chisel mortiser, an 1847 lathe, a 3hp cyclone dust collector, a dust scrubber, a couple chop saws and lots of hand tools.
Bench room, our bench room and machine room are separated by a partition
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Thats a great shop.
I live in Belfast, Maine looking over the Atlantic. Do you sell and ship hardwood in small quantities across the border into Maine? If you don't ship, could one pick it up? Of course picking it up would tend to diminish any savings by taking my wife through the outlets in North Conway.
If you have a pamphlet with prices or web site URL, could you send it along?
Floyd T. Calderwood
31 Highview Terrace
Belfast, ME 04915
Home - 207.930.3602
Cell - 207.323.1404
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Congratulations, it all looks wonderful. I live in Wales but in June I am going on course at the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship in Rockport, not too far from you.
OH.......MY.........GOD!! You are living my dream .
My shop is in a corner room in my basement 20 ft X 20 ft.
But im just a weekend woodworker enjoying the wood world.
thanks for the insperation
Very Nice. I'm in North Conway almost every summer while spending time in Maine.
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