MKGBass Posted July 20, 2004 Report Share Posted July 20, 2004 I was doing a little cleaning today and decided to take some pics. Sorry about the quality, something was weird with the light. First a simple overview. Here's my pegboard, although it is quite large, you can see it's VERY full. Here's the main work space, I do all the finish sanding, gluing, inlaying, etc. here. You can see the clamping device I built. It's great for clamping 2 piece bodies, and works really well for holding pieces in place while you work on them. (In it right now is the archtop top that i was chiseling away at and am now sanding to shape) Here's a pic of where I put all the woods for the projects I am working on. I shoulda been smart enough to move the big mahogany boards in the foreground. (I'll get 4 necks out of em) If there's any questions about what you see here, I'll be happy to indulge. Now my bandsaw. And lastly my power tool station. This is very nice and took awhile to build. The blue tarp helps to keep most of the dust under control. In here I do routing, Drilling with the drill press, planing, and belt sanding (the belt sander is blocked by part of the picture). I installed a worklight onto a 6 plug power strip so all i have to do is flip the switch and the light comes on. Very bright, makes things easy to see. (I'm going to have to put one of these over the main work table too!) One of the plugs on the strip connects to an extension cord that leads outside the covered area. This powers my dremel & pad sander for the main table, and also powers the bandsaw when I'm using it. EDIT: Forgot this- Note the bucket in the hole under the power station, i can sweep all the extra shavings/dust into this when im done. Also note the bucket of woods, these are scraps that I think might come in handy, though most of it gets thrown away. As always, any questions or comments are quite welcome! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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