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    where I get to play

    shop tour , ok , are ya ready to see lots of green
    this is where I play
    as You come into my 1200 sq ft shop


    first machine on the left is a
    General 260 lathe


    besides that sits a Makita Slide coumpound mitre saw.

    across from that on the right sits my old Fox mitre chopper (old picture )




    A Walker Turner Raidial Ram drill press, beside that you can see
    the other cheap drill presses



    General 220 , 1" mortiser,


    Delta HD shaper # 2 and 3", #1 is in the table saw setup ,
    with Boice Crane 26" Scroll saw in the back ground.


    Waker Turner 2 station Grinder


    Oliver 2085 , 5 Station , knife grinder


    General 100-5 16" disk and 6by 60" Belt Sander .have 2 of these


    State Oscillating Spindle sander, Electrical wall in the back ground


    Oliver 190 Bottom Scroll sander


    Murphy Dust Collector in back groung ,Elkstrom Carlson Buffer in fore ground


    Wysong & Miles 6" by 108" Side Sander


    Sheng Shing 16" Surface Sander


    Crescent 36" Band saw


    General Int 15: Planer


    Bentel & Magedant Universal Wood worker /Jointer


    Air compressor set up , above my Paint Booth.


    Some pictures of my present table saw/shaper set up.


    [IMG]//i107.photobucket.com/albums/m306/JSHutcheson/pic19.jpg[/IMG]






    My 38" Colladay Coping/scroll saw (old pictures) moved since



    This is My counter top saw (old pictures), sits in a different place now


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    Wow wysong, not just seeing green...feeling it too.
    Darren

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    Wow! I guess my only question is "How'd you get all that into only 1200 square feet?
    Jim D.
    Adapt, Improvise, Overcome!

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    well Jim :

    there used to be a lot more , but I did a machine purge
    this spring and a bunch of machines left .

    I still have room (200 sq ft) to bring in a car and close the door
    without having to move anything , this is only a one man shop.
    so really it's in about 900 sq ft , cause of the old showroom too.

    thanks for the comments

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    play? WOw, that dog'll Hunt! great tour, and more green down here in the states!
    -Ned

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    You got some nice pictures in your shop and really great equipment too.

    I am jealous.

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    Wadda dissapointment. I thought I would be seeing green Grizzly machines.
    Actually, a very impressive shop.
    That electrical set-up on the wall is a stopper. Do you have a separate circuit switch for each machine?
    I love that big ole Crescent band saw.
    "Folks is funny critters."

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    Lots of "Hutch Green" in that shop.
    God grant me the senility to forget the people I never liked anyway,
    the good fortune to run into the ones I do,
    and the eyesight to tell the difference.


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    Great tour Wysong. It is great to see all those machines in use. Massive saw/shaper station setup, that would eat my whole general working area ;-) Thanks for showing it.
    Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Fusco View Post
    That electrical set-up on the wall is a stopper. Do you have a separate circuit switch for each machine?
    I run 3 different transformers for 3 phase , I don't have a
    single phase lead into the shop.
    the vo9ltages I use are
    600/3, 460/3, 377/3, 240/3, 208/3 .
    and from my 208/3 I grab my single phase 120/220

    by code every machine must have a shut off within 6 ft (easy reach )
    of the machine, then back to a fused disconnect after it feeds from the
    spliter boxes , on that wall is some of the 3 phase fused disconnects,
    there are about 5 other panels in here also .

    does this answer your question.


    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Horton View Post
    Lots of "Hutch Green" in that shop.
    guess we've met over at OWWM then.
    Last edited by J Hutcheson; 09-06-2010 at 04:39 PM. Reason: more info

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