Gonna leave the 2 drawers I made for the workbench as is till I build a new cabinet.
Just had enough masonite to retop the torsion assembly table today.
Got out all the walnut I have to start cutting window bench frame tomorrow, took a bit longer that I thought, had to move around a few hundred bf of wood.
While I had the thick maple out, I cut a handrail for my sons basement stairs.
He doesnt need anything fance, so I just made the rail 1 5/8 thick, comfy for me, and rounded over all 4 edges, sanded down to 120, smooth to the touch, then used some old golden oak minwax stain and put first coat of stain on today. He needed around 9 feet of rail, so I used one 10 foot piece of maple. Had a tough time holding it steady, 10 inches wide, 2 inches thick, for the sawstop, so I used the festool track saw, fast enough, jointed it 2 sides, planed it down, that was that.
I guess the 2 top drawers and handrail are projects one and two so far.
Bench will be third.
I had to work with the door open to handle a 10 foot piece, hec with the code morons.
Im not that impressed with the expandable hose, from 3 feet to 21 feet, which I purchased recently. The fast hookup attachments and handle are fine, I put an outlet on each of my portable machines that use one line.
The hose holder is backordered, so Im hoping it alleviates the storage part.
The hose is heavy and just hangs down when hooked up to machine, its tough to hang since it just keeps stretching. eh.