This is my shop, its located in my basement. These pictures are a bit old, as thing have been rearranged some, and new tools added.
I have a Craftsman table saw, with a router table in the cast iron extension. I have a Dewalt 618 fixed base router mounted in it. I also have the plunge base for the 618, that I drop the motor into for non-router table work.
At the time these pictures were taken I was using a Craftsman Router (1/4 in collet) with a fixed base in my router table. i have since upgraded to the Dewalt 618 combo for the flexability that it offers over the Craftsman (1/2 and 1/4 in collets, metal motor housing, variable speed, soft start). I had to drill the mounting holes in the cast iron wing, as it was only pre drilled for Craftsman routers. The router table fence is something I made out of an oak 2x4. It works extremely well !
I just replaced the stock fence on the table saw with a 50'' Accusquare Rip Fence from Rockler. I will post an updated picture of that.
Other big shop tools include:
6 1/8 in Ridgid joiner JP610
Delta 13 in planer-2 speed
Dewalt 12 in compound miter saw
Craftsman 9 in band saw
Craftsman 9 in drill press
Delta sanding station-disc and 4x36 belt
Delta bench grinder
Other power tools include:
Dewalt 18v hammer drill/driver
Dewalt 18v cordless circular saw 6in
Dewalt random orbit sander <------I highly recomend this sander!
Dewalt belt sander 3x21
Dewalt 4in angle grinder
Dewalt 3/8in corded drill
Dewalt corded recip. saw
Porter-Cable corded circular saw
Porter-Cable pancake compressor
Porter-Cable 16ga finish nailer and 18ga brad nailer
Porter-Cable profile sander
Craftsman plate joiner
Skil jig saw
Skil 1/4 sheet sander
I'm sure that at some point I will upgrade the band saw and drill press to something more substantial, but for now it does what I need it to do.
One thing that I am lacking is dust collection. I currently have a pile of saw dust / chips that I could probably loose my 2 year old son in!
I will post some updates along with the newest pictures soon!