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    Did some cleanup in the shop

    I opened up a few boxes and did some cleanup/organizing. First couple of pictures are the 'before' pics. I forgot to take the 'after' pics.

    I also took pictures of some of my tools. My Lie Nielsen chisel set, Planes and spoke shave. There is a No. 7 Bailey which I need to clean, a 4 1/2 Lie Nielsen smoother (need to clean the rust), Lie Nielsen low angle block plane, Lie Nielsen 3/4" shoulder plane and Veritas flat spokeshave.

    Two Dozuki saws.

    Carving tools.

    Turning arsenal

    Rockler Dovetail jig which I had picked up for $35. I have never used it and don't know if everything is there or not.

    My mini lathe and the grinder/sharpening jig.
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    re: Pic #1
    I looked at it and thought "Howd he get a picture of my shop?"
    BTW, you have some real quality tools in yer mess....er......collection.
    "Folks is funny critters."

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    Your shop is starting to take shape Mohammad I am excited for you

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    That looks like the new version of the Rockler jig. Looks to all be there except for the 2 router bits. You can download the instruction at Rockler. They improved the directions for the new version. Much easier to understand.

    Great looking tools
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Niemi View Post
    Your shop is starting to take shape Mohammad I am excited for you

    Tom stole my words. I was thinking exactly the same thing. Its always exciting to see a new shop in progress and i have to admit i was drooling over some of those tools.

    Mohammad there is one thing i would like you to post a full picture of if you dont mind and thats your grinder. Looks to me like there could be a neat stand for storing that gouge sharpening jig away and it hit a nerve with me, i always loose that piece in the shop somewhere. Would love to see what you came up with.
    cheers

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    No after pics? That's against the rules, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Keeble View Post
    Would love to see what you came up with.
    Rob, I didn't come up with that idea. I stole it. The stand was crudely made but it serves its purpose well.
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    Good idea for that extension. Simple too. I like simple.
    Mine is always in the way, I'm going to steal......er......borrow that idea.
    "Folks is funny critters."

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    That looks great, Mohammad. I know how you feel trying to get some order.........Enjoy it.
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    Thanks Mohamad i am going to copy it too.
    cheers

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