|that is the power tool area with everything put away |
where if belongs. swept and vacuumed.
In that back section I have a jointer, planner, table saw, lathe, two band saws and my sanding machine cart. There is a place for everything, and when everything is in its place, all is well.
There are the benches clear and ready for the next project. Note: when I made the higher section for my work table put a couple of quick coats of shellac on the top and then a couple of serious coats of paste wax. When I went to clean up the top today the lumps of glue came off no problem. I will reapply wax later today to the top and to the tops of my iron horses. (table saw, jointer, band saw, lathe)
Here is a look down the length of my shop from the power tool section (the band saw is behind me to the left) to the benches. You can see on the right side my KREG Klamp Table, and just past it is my JessEm Excel Router Table.
A couple of years ago I put down foam mats to reduce back pain, I think they help a bit. On the Klamp Table I have a piece of foam I got from a fabric shop for its none marring and anti- slip characteristics.
A quick foot note:
Happy Thanks Giving
to all my American Brothers.