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09-30-2009 08:22 PM
xplorx4 I will say one thing about Bobs shop, you could eat off the floor it is so clean!!
09-30-2009 06:17 PM
Bob N
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Originally Posted by Old_Chipper View Post
Just can't get enough storage!!
Harry
TX
I know what you mean Harry. I am looking for a way to either expand my current shop or build a larger one from the ground up. I just have too much stuff and too little space. A water supply out there would be nice also.
09-30-2009 06:04 PM
Old_Chipper Well guys, thanks for the support, but lets face it, I'm just getting old. Make far too many errors these days, I'm just thankful I can still fix most of them!!!!!
Maybe we can all help each on this project. I hope to start on mine soon. Got my TS torn down right now, adding another router and out feed table with lots of drawers, Just can't get enough storage!!
Harry
TX
09-30-2009 05:02 PM
bobj3 Must be in the air,,I have been doing the same thing I have all the parts but I need to make a box for it,,it's a old vac.motor upside down with a VS motor control...

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I am in the process of working on one, and it is not hard to do. I am not going very fast because of health reasons, and other responsibilities, but i hope to work on it slowly. I did learn one thing, do not jump the gun and try to post it as ongoing. The nest time, i will finish before posting. Good Luck and you can tell me how your's works


09-30-2009 04:22 PM
dutchman 46 I am in the process of working on one, and it is not hard to do. I am not going very fast because of health reasons, and other responsibilities, but i hope to work on it slowly. I did learn one thing, do not jump the gun and try to post it as ongoing. The nest time, i will finish before posting. Good Luck and you can tell me how your's works
09-30-2009 03:22 PM
kp91 Harry,

I jumped the gun at an unbelievable price once... should have re-checked the ad. Instead of getting an entire router base (regularly $69) I just got a replacement handle. Factor in shipping, $20 I'll never get back.......

live and learn!
09-30-2009 02:48 PM
Old_Chipper Thanks Doug!
You are correct, I jumped the gun on this one. The price is about $99.00 so I guess I'm back to gathering parts!
Harry
09-30-2009 02:34 PM
kp91 I think the $16.00 price is just for the wheel accessory.




Amazon.com: Work Sharp WS2000 Tool Sharpener: Home Improvement
09-30-2009 02:21 PM
Old_Chipper
The WS2000

Has Anyone used this sharpener. I been gathering up parts to build the One on the cover of ShopNotes. But there is no way I can make one for $16.99.

Eagle America has their Model Worksharp 2000 on sale for !6.99. What do you think?

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