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post #1 of 32 (permalink) Old 03-29-2015, 12:57 PM Thread Starter
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Default Hopefully My final shop

New Shop. in Fulton NY just North of Syracuse:
My shop is 56’ X 60’ half of it is storage area with my spray booth.
My Machines are mostly Grizzly, I have been buying from them since they opened their doors.
They include: 10” cabinet saw, Radial drill press, Stationary spindle sander, 8” parallelogram Jointer/Byrd insert head,
15” Planer/Byrd insert head, 3 hp Shaper/4 roll power feeder, 6” X 80” stationary Edge sander, double spindle inflatable
spindle sander, a King Canada 6” X 48” stationary belt & 9” disc combo sander, King Canada bench top drill press,
Hitachi 12” electronic Sliding miter saw, DeWalt 9” Radial arm saw, Evolution steel cutting carbide tipped slide miter saw, Arc Welder, Mig welder, Gas torches, Grizzly heavy duty wood lathe, 1 X 42” combo belt disc sander, 2” wide combo belt/6”grinder, 24” X 48” shop made downdraft sanding table, 2 shop made benches 1 5” thick X 32” X 84” with twin screw end Vise, Leg vise coming & 1 2” thick top X 30” X 84” assembly bench, Grizzly 13” planer molder (used as a molder), 10” Ryobi Table saw, Grizzly 17” Band saw, Smaller Band saw on it’s way,
Shop made PantoRouter, Shop made Tilting router lift, shop made Screw advance box joint jig.

Hand held Power tools: Routers; 1- 3hp Plunge Freud, 2- 2 1/4hp combo plunge/fixed base Hitachi, 1- 3 hp Plunge Hitachi, 1- 2 1/4hp combo plunge/fixed base Makita, 1- Porter Cable Laminate trimmer
Makita; 7 1/4” Hypoid-drive Circular saw, 1/2”corded drill, 2- 4 X 24” Belt Sanders
Milwaukee; Sawzall, Rt-angle D handle 1/2” drill,
Porter Cable; 6 1/4” circular saw, Screw gun,
Senco; Dura-spin driver
Evolution; Steel cutting Circular saw
Kreg Jig, Taper jig, Clamp holding glue up station on casters, clamp rack on casters,

Air Tools:
Senco; SN IV framer, SFN 2 2 1/2” finish, Senclamp Gun (best gun ever), 18 g trim gun, 1/4” crown stapler,
2- 7/16 crown 2” stapler, Corrugated fastener gun
Dynabrade DA sander, 3/8 X 13 belt file, 1/3 sheet finish sander, Sata HVLP spray gun, CP HVLP stain gun

Cordless 18 V Li/ion:Makita; 3-Var-Speed hammer/drill/driver, 3-imp. drivers, 1-Recp,saw, 1- flashlight,
Hitachi; 1- imp. driver.

Anyone interested is welcome to stop by and visit!!
55 W 1st St S
Fulton NY 13069
315-327-9832
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Geez that's the best equipped shop I've ever seen ,roomy too. I'm liking your router bit storage cabinet
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I know St. Pat's Day has come and gone but many of us just turned green ... with envy. Great shop!

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Very nice setup indeed.��
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Awesome shop Todd!!! I love your disc sander. Also the shaper/router bit storage cabinet. Lots of good stuff must come out of there. Keep us up to date on project pics. Thank you for sharing.

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I know St. Pat's Day has come and gone but many of us just turned green ... with envy. Great shop!
you got that right..

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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Dan, Thank you. It only took almost 40 years.

Rick, you would me amazed, I finished a kitchen recently. It seemed very small with the kitchen in my shop too.

Oliver, except for the green shirt your color looks fine.

Curtis, thanks much, My wife is from Ontario.

Stick, from what I have seen so far you are the man.

Ray, Thank you. That disc sander came from a round aluminum disc I found at a scrap yard in Canada. Attached to the outboard side of my Lathe that happens to be variable speed makes it perfect for me. I also bought 2- 16" X 2" aluminum disc's I made a band saw out of from the same scrap yard.

Hey guys I just realized we from the US are the minority.

Thanks again guys, have a blessed evening, and keep having fun making dust, Todd
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Great shop Todd. I'm feeling a lot better about the $370 I just spent on a new Lee Valley plane! In fact I need a new router table as well. And maybe.....
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