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    my humble, yet portable shop...

    well gang, today was the first day where i was able to have everything on it's bench or platform, and rigged the way it works best for me.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails my workshop.JPG   sander, planer.JPG   table saw, jointer, persuader.JPG   belt and disk sander, drill press.JPG   shaper, mortiser, bandsaw.JPG  

    lathe on mobile platform.JPG   lathe with grinder stand.JPG   dust collector.JPG  
    benedictione omnes bene

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    Cool. Good to see you got all the benches done. Looks like you've pretty much got all the major tools covered, too.
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    nice, I envy your portability
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    What a great setup. You have really done a bang-up job of getting those tools arranged and mobile. Very well done.
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    That's cool, I'm sure there is a good nitch for your service.

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    thanks guys! it works out pretty well except for days like today, when someone has set off the sprinkler system...
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    Dan, you have me reconsidering my shop set up ...and I thought I was close to getting it done!

    Looking good!
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    Dan, looking good. I am working on getting all of my machines portable, but you have acheived the whole thing. Very nice.

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    Lookin good, but them wheel do not look dot approved. Just picture Dan crusing down the road with carts in tow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Al killian View Post
    Lookin good, but them wheel do not look dot approved. Just picture Dan crusing down the road with carts in tow.
    good point, I dont even see any signal wiring. tisk tisk tisk....
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