where's the pics of the inside of the shop???
Posted those long ago. It's kind of tight in there, so here it is in sections, at least as many of pictures as I can find.
Pictures in order.
1 Folding work bench. Harbor Freight. almost always fully open now.
2 Me at my table saw, some of the shop visible in the background.
3 Workbench folded down, it's usual position. Now shown are large amounts of pine under the lip of the table to facilitate clamping.
4 TS, small band saw, sliding miter with DC curtain, all on shop built cabinets with doors to keep dust out. You can also see the outfeed table and some shelving for less often used tools and some larger jigs.
5 Sideways picture of the DC chamber. Look close and you see the HF unit, chip collector, Super Dust Deputy and in the background, the return to the shop
6 Back wall of shop with pegboard covering with smattering of tools and also to the far right, the clamp area.
7 Counter area on the right side of the shop, small stuff, small hardware, all my manuals and receipts.
8 under construction shot of the DC chamber. Door in back leads to a small comfort station., and a bit of the sub panel. This chamber is well sealed to keep cleaned air contained for return to shop.
9 Storage shelves behind workbench. Note matching plastic, covered boxes, labeled with content. Tape, and odd stuff lives up higher, floor area is clear for easier cleanup.
10 The shop with my original TS and tools. Layout is largely the same, just a little tighter.
11 another shot of the storage area next to the workbench. Note it's on racks so they can be changed. It also now holds the overflow of clamps, which just fit into the shelves.
12 Router table with DC box underneath. Still there. Table is same height as TS so I can feed long pieces across it.
13 Tool storage drawers from HF. Keep most larger drills, files, dado set, and some rarely used tool in there.
14 My Laguna Hybrid Table saw with outfeed table and a small storage drawer unit for the odd TS accessories. I've since replaced the miter gauge with an Incra, but also use a Rockler sled in additin to some shop made jigs and tall fence.
15 pix of radiant barrier in garage roof and part of the insulated garage roll up door.
That is all.
The Garage houses another HF DC unit, chip collector with Rockler setup. I keep a Laguna Fourteen 12 band saw, PowerMatic 6 inch jointer and a DeWalt 735 planer out there as well as some storage for 5x5 BB ply. Lots of shelving for misc stuff as well. The Garage had an open ceiling, but we had it insulated and dry walled a couple of years ago and it is far morelivable these days. The inside of the roof sheeting was covered first with about $250 of radient reflective mateial, which lowered the temp by 35 degrees on that surface. then R38 and 50ths sheetrock ceiling. One side was unfinished so we had that insulated drywalled, then shot insulation into the remaining, uninsulated walls. The roll up garage door has a layer of radient barrier, then 1.5 inch insulating foam, then another layer of radient barrier Which was well worth the effort. No longer blasts heat into the garage. I can open the door into the house and let the evaporative cooler air come in to knock off any heat.