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    My Shop Tour

    Hello Friends,
    Though my little shop is only 20' x 24 ' with a loft above I seem to get a lot of work stations while working on several pieces at the same time because I also repair and refinish furniture.

    Here is my shop from the inside;
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    Ralph Jones

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    Shop looks good. I know how haveing a smaller shop can be a pain while refinishing furniture.

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    good use

    of a small space there ralph,, what is that panel saw set up you got there looks like a smaller version of the box store style but in a smaller package,, made good use of the bench area for storing the big tools underneath as well..thanks for the tour.
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    Nice shop Ralph! Lots of free floor space to walk around. I'm envious!
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    My Shop Tour

    Quote Originally Posted by larry merlau View Post
    of a small space there ralph,, what is that panel saw set up you got there looks like a smaller version of the box store style but in a smaller package,, made good use of the bench area for storing the big tools underneath as well..thanks for the tour.
    Hello Larry,
    That in not a panel saw but, instead a route right where I can carve most anything from even a picture. I set up at our local fair one year and just carving silhouettes of children's pictures for parents and grandparents and I stayed busy all through the fair and I might say that I walked away with a pretty hefty profit.

    Thanks for asking.

    Respectfully,
    Ralph Jones

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