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    my shop

    I have popped in here from time to time - you don't know me well - yet, but I plan on hanging in here for a while - so I figured I would show you my little shop. I usually keep it clean - but it's a bit messy in these pics.

    One thing I do have in there is a CNC router, that I like to play with.

    OOPS - I did this wrong - sorry - I need to learn my way around here.

    I accidently posted as a reply in the lego shop
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    Leo, Looks to be well layed out and equipped. Did you build your CNC or was it a commercial version?
    Darren

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    Looks like you've got the bases pretty well covered. Nice shop, Leo.
    Quote Originally Posted by Leo Voisine View Post
    ...OOPS - I did this wrong - sorry - I need to learn my way around here.

    I accidently posted as a reply in the lego shop
    No worries, I'll go delete it.
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    That looks like a great space to work in. Look forward to seeing you around.
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    Looks great Leo, I'm very envious of all the space you have!

    How do you like that Hitachi chop saw?

    Is that the big slider?

    I have the 8" SCMS and I love it, but I've always wanted the bigger one.

    Cheers!
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    nice digs leo, thanks for sharin`!
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    good setup and that hitachi looks MEAN almost like star wars style the cnc is something i would like to see more of as well..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leo Voisine View Post
    I have popped in here from time to time - you don't know me well - yet,

    Hey, folks,

    I'd like to take a moment to welcome Leo, even though he's posted a few times before. I've known Leo and admired his work for many years. In fact, when I built my first bookcase, and it came out incredibly crooked, Leo was the first to help me! I'll always be grateful for his having come to my aid in a difficult moment. I was ready to give up on woodworking altogether, but Leo talked me back to reality...

    The story of that CNC is a great one... but I'll let him tell it. That shop of his has served multiple purposes... imagine reconfiguring *your* shop to host a wedding reception! And if you look closely, you'll see some pretty cool cabinets/workbenches in there!

    Leo, it's good to see your name on my screen again!

    Thanks,

    Bill

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    Exclamation OK that does it LEO

    yu need to fess up here if Dr Bill says your holdin out then your holdin out big time so lets her the story on the mysterious cnc machine yu lite hearted mentioned....
    If in Doubt, Build it Stout!
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    thats a huge looking 2 car garage.
    Is it heated also? Its a great looking work area,

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