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miter saw, mortiser, drill press table/storage area
This is my multifunction workshop, it may look somewhat disorganized but I think I know where everything is.
band saw, router table/storage area
work bench/storage area
update to table saw / workbench
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Thanks for sharing. I read all the coments, and I had
the laughs of my life. Excellent way to end a day.
I am almost thinking that the last picture is there
just to make us laugh. But seriously, I think you should
consider ... I mean, I just concerned about your security.
Anyway, good luck.
Too tidy for me, I went in my workshop once and found a car under the sawdust.
Great picture, thanks now I don't feel so bad, ...
You are a brave one to post pictures of your shop. With all the posts of clean shops I was attracted to your post by the picture you put on Shop Tour. There are probably more shops like yours then people are willing to admit. Here, here for posting the pictures I love them!
Looks like an accidsent waiting to happen
Looks just like mine, You know, if I organized a little better, I wouldn't be able to find anything! -dj
I have often wondered, how much faster and ding free my projects would be if I could keep my shop clean and organized. Not sure I'll ever know.
Better than an oak mallet for a shop.
You give some of the rest of us the hope we need after seeing endless photos of squeaky-clean shops with the owner in a knit sweater, but not a fleck of sawdust on him or anything else.
where is the shop?
it actually looks totally dis-organized...not just 'somewhat'.
it looks like you had a dump truck deliver the tools and then you just left everything where it fell and started using them.
Patrick, it must be a Hagerstown thing becasue my shop used to look the same way and some days still does. I just blame it on "being a part of my process" and push on.
Patrick, you've been at this awhile. Haven't you?
Yup, thanks for sharing, Patrick. I have the feeling that most of us have a shop that looks like yours. Mine is much more crowded to where I have to constantly do what I call the '
Dance of Shop' to get anywhere, do anything.
I love this magazine, it has taught me so much given me so many hours of pleasure, I never tire of going over and over the issues, I even read all the advertisements!!!, but have had to get over the issue of what my shop looks like, what I work in compared to what I see most often FW.
This looks like a working shop!
And here I thought my "storage area" was a mess:)
Patrick- I have no doubt that you can create beautiful furniture in that shop.....but I did have to laugh when I saw the photo titled "Storage Area". Thanks for sharing.
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