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post #21 of 37 (permalink) Old 09-08-2012, 11:25 PM
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great idea to store the holdfasts in the legs. I don't have a good place for mine and they keep getting misplaced. I'll definitely be using that.
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Recently I added a couple of new tools. First is a hollow chisel mortiser. This last one is a monster, I'll be rearranging the shop again to make room for it and a midi lathe. Then, it will have everything.


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Lots of changes happen in a year. Stuff gets built, stuff gets torn down. Added a fairly big lathe, which required me to scrap my router table. I am in the planning stages starting today of trying to add back a near full size top, if I can't have a standalone table.

Finally finishing up the workbench, and there are a few shop projects to go before I can transition to working on things for outside the shop.

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Much of what gets learned in building a shop gets carried on to what gets built in the shop

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You know the saying, Bill; 'What happens in the shop stays in the shop'...
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ahhhhhhhhhhh yep!!!!

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Added a fairly big lathe, which required me to scrap my router table.
What??????

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What??????

VBG.
VBG?

Router table top is currently between the rails of my table saw, but it's not a great solution. I am investigating bringing it back in some form. Trying to add true dust collection as well, so things are still tight.

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So, one of my longtime goals for the website was to move it to a top-level domain, and I have done that just in the last week or so.

The new website is The 144 Workshop - Woodworking in a uniquely small space with a new layout. I will be going back and catching moving errors and adding pictures to old post headers over the next few weeks.

I have also started really seeing the potential in the shop and have started on a path to greater results. I am very happy thus far, and see great things in 2014.

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goin' on 4 years for ya Cocheseuga.... come a long way! I"m liking the website...

the blogs make for some good reading

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