Ritter edge sander. Not the greatest machine, but its reliable enough, and has a fairly long platen on it. I bought it used, I think I paid about $1100. Doesn't oscillate or anything fancy, I'm not sure what I'll replace it with. Whirlwind went belly up, and they had an awesome oscillating edge sander, with an 8" belt, and it was really long. New I think they ran over $10k.first what brand is the edge sander your running? and what is the green machine at the end of the jointer??/ you seem to have all the bases coverd well
-Box's get assembled on horses that are about knee high in front of where the Derda chop saw is. I think its a much easier was to do things. They're always the perfect size as you just position them under the partitions and kick them out as needed.I didn't see any benches or tables, where do you assembly your projects?
I've never understood the dirty shop mentality. Clean is so much easier.The floor was so clean is squeaked that's
Amazing shop, the flow seems really well thought out, and it looks like a really great workplace. Thanks for sharing!
Also sweet CNC router
I think it's also a lot easier when you have a lot of free space to clean around and space for the workflow laid out nicely. I'm certainly more than a little guilty about having a dirty shop, but totally agree with your sentiment. Part of the problem is I'm kind of stacked in on top myself with to many disparate projects going on. It's also more challenging when you're sneaking in twenty minutes here and there. A focused and streamlined workspace like yours though would definitely be the way to go for a production shop though. I really liked seeing how you have isolated the workspaces and have setup the workflow around them, it seems like a really well thought out pipeline!I've never understood the dirty shop mentality. Clean is so much easier.