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    steves shop

    Hey all
    I don't post much but i do come here often.As i was out cleaning the shop yesterday i took some pics,a guy i know from a different forum wanted me to post my shop over there,as he has been to the house and is a really nice guy along with his wife.
    well it's not much but here goes.
    started out as a 16x24,back in 1990. now it's 24x32 with the lower level 12x22.as you can see i don't have the best tools but they work for me.
    This mourning i'll be moving the cabs where the grinded is,into the room where the lahte is. the lathe will go where the cabs are now. the room where the the lathe is will be the finish room.
    Steve
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    woops i guess i didn't get the other pics in that tread. will add some more, and up date on the rearange later
    steve
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    Tools look fine from here. You seem to have duplicates for a couple, small and big. That can be very handy. If you made that cabinet/shaper table thingy the quality of your work looks fine also. You have nice space in there too. Welcome.

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    OK, saw the second set of pics. You have excellent taste in lathes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Fusco View Post
    Tools look fine from here. You seem to have duplicates for a couple, small and big. That can be very handy. If you made that cabinet/shaper table thingy the quality of your work looks fine also. You have nice space in there too. Welcome.
    Frank thanks
    yes i made the router table also the rollaround tool box. as i'm to cheap to buy something that i can build. the router table is made out of some tiger maple i had left over from a job.
    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Fusco View Post
    OK, saw the second set of pics. You have excellent taste in lathes.
    Yea now if only i would have more time to pratice with it.

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    Nice looking shop Stephen, TONS of space
    The pessimist complains about the wind; the optimist expects it to change; the realist adjusts the sails.
    William Arthur Ward

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    started out as a 16x24...now it's 24x32 with the lower level 12x22
    Very nice Steve. And you do have one thing we all wish we had; an expanding shop!

    I like the chest next to the dovetail jig and welder.



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    Good looking shop Stephen Sure is some good fun space to build. Nice setting also, TN is a very nice state IMO

    Tom

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Townend View Post
    Very nice Steve. And you do have one thing we all wish we had; an expanding shop!

    I like the chest next to the dovetail jig and welder.
    Stu no mater how much room we have it's never eough.
    Frank that cab is my roll around toll cab. it was built out with some left over cherry and some purple hart for the trim and handles
    steve

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