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Shop Tweek

Started by SteveA, June 20, 2019, 08:19:10 pm

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SteveA

What have you done in the shop to make something more user friendly.  I had a cart and a garbage pail.  Need both but wanted to consolidate.  When I'm working and have a lot of tools out the lid covers the opening on the cart for a nice flat surface that's mobile.  When I don't need the cart it tucks in nicely next to my table saw under the fence rails.   - post some photos from your work space that makes life easier

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kodydog

When we were building the shop I was thinking about a dedicated glue table for foam and Dacron. I always used the cutting table before and what a mess it made.

My neighbor was throwing out an island type table. 36 X 36 and 4 foot high. It was wabbly but the perfect size and covered with Formica. I shored it up to make it more sturdy. 1-1/2 years later its full of dried spray glue but who cares, it helps get the job done.
There cannot be a crisis next week. My schedule is already full.
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