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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 07-25-2010, 03:18 AM Thread Starter
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Prompted by the signature of one of the members I went into the account area to modify my signature.

While there, I also updated the section for power tools.

I was surprised to see how much I have stuffed into that 10 x 10 shed.....



Triton TRA001 router ( Oak park table)
Makita 2612C router
Ryobi 1/2" router
Ozito 8mm router

GMG 10" bench top table saw
GMC 10" compound mitre saw
Circular saw
Jig saw x 2

HAFCO BP350 12" band saw
GMC 8" band saw

GMC hand held planer
Ryobi biscuit joiner
Belt sander
Orbital sander
Palm sander

GMC 12" planer

Ryobi cordless drills 14.4v x 2
Corded drills x 3
Ryobi bench top drill press

4" angle grinder
bench grinder
Scheppach Wet Stone Grinder



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You have done well James with the space available....al fresco woodworking has a lot of pluses....No dust problem.....good for sight...the list goes on,......Regards....AL
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Fitting that lot into a 10' x 10' shed probably qualifies you to go to Hong Kong as a space-saving consultant, they too have to make every square inch of space count.

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I think I sense a challenge. I'll have to make a full list and see if I can outdo that with my 12x12.

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I think I sense a challenge. I'll have to make a full list and see if I can outdo that with my 12x12.
That does not include the 3 storage shelves, metal office cabinet, lawn mower, weed whacker? and leaf blower....

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hi James,

i think you have the market cornered for stocking a 10 by 10 shop!

isnt it amazing what we can pack into out little shops!

i know you enjoy the shop.

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Damn James thats quite a collection!! Very nice

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12x12, and a floor......pure luxury......LOL

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WOW James, that is no shed, that's a well stocked workshop!

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WOW James, that is no shed, that's a well stocked workshop!
It would be Deb, if I had a workshop,,,,

I would be able to find my jigs when I want one..

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