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    Nice, what do you own a split foyer? Ida put that than on wheels. Nothing beats moving shite around when you want to clean/remodel.





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    Quote Originally Posted by BustOfPallas View Post
    Nice, what do you own a split foyer? Ida put that than on wheels. Nothing beats moving shite around when you want to clean/remodel.
    Yea, unfortunately I was super amped to get started and I got ahead of myself.

    I should have put it on casters. I may still do that down the road. Luckily it's just screwed together with pocket holes. The only parts I used glue was the actual boxes themselves. I could easily disassemble and add casters.


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  4. #52

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    Just noticed this thread.
    I've been messing with wood since the mid 70's.
    Looking good.





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    Man, I gotta get some dust collection going.
    Here's my shop,30'x50',built it about 20 years ago.
    I made attic trusses that give me 10'x50' storage upstairs.






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    Quote Originally Posted by Baltimoreboy View Post
    Man, I gotta get some dust collection going.
    Here's my shop,30'x50',built it about 20 years ago.
    I made attic trusses that give me 10'x50' storage upstairs.

    Damn man - I wish I had a spot like that. You can fit a lot of tools in there.

    My shop is in my basement. Pretty small.

    Re Dust Collection - have you looked at Harbor Freight's dust collection system? It's fairly inexpensive and it's rated really well. Plus, there are a lot pretty easy modifications you can make to improve it's capacity.
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    I'll check them out,I really need to do something.
    I do have one of the small HF DC's that I use on my drum sander.
    Really can't run it without one.
    Here's my old Crescent 36" bandsaw :)






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    Quote Originally Posted by Baltimoreboy View Post
    I'll check them out,I really need to do something.
    I do have one of the small HF DC's that I use on my drum sander.
    Really can't run it without one.
    Here's my old Crescent 36" bandsaw :)

    Wow, that thing is fantastic.


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    Picked up a Craftsman jointer today at a yard sale for $25.

    Couldn't believe it. Probably the best deal I've ever gotten for a tool. Works great, just a little surface dust and the blades need changed.




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    Can't go wrong with that deal.
    I'm supposed to be starting a couple table tops for a pizza joint n O.C. this weekend but I just can't get motivated this morning.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Baltimoreboy View Post
    Can't go wrong with that deal.
    I'm supposed to be starting a couple table tops for a pizza joint n O.C. this weekend but I just can't get motivated this morning.
    What pizza place?


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