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  • #21106
    David R.
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    As suggested in the Workshop Tour[/url] video post, let’s post pictures of our workspaces.

    I have a little workbench in the basement, a bunch of tools at the bench and a few more scattered around someplace in the basement. I would like to add, that I just started out a few weeks ago.

    Find at least 6 signs I have been influenced by Paul’s videos 🙂

    from Germany

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    #21108
    kiyoshigawa
    Participant

    Here’s mine. Right next to the couch in the living room of my apartment, hand tools only, shelves are a somewhat recent addition. Got a small shop vac for cleanup, and working on a saw bench to go under the main bench currently.

    -Tim Anderson, UT, USA

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    #21123
    Carlos J. Collazo
    Participant

    Don’t even have my creative workspace set up yet, but very close. Will post as soon as it has some semblance of one. Anyway, David, your space caught my attention as it looks to have a ceramic tile floor. That’s what my space will have too and not long ago I dropped a spare cutting iron from a #4 smoother. Luckily, no tile chipped but I put down a thin cotton rug I got at Ikea that I think will be protective enough. I’ll post a pic asap.

    New Jersey, U.S.A.

    #21125
    David R.
    Participant

    Anyway, David, your space caught my attention as it looks to have a ceramic tile floor. That’s what my space will have too and not long ago I dropped a spare cutting iron from a #4 smoother. Luckily, no tile chipped but I put down a thin cotton rug I got at Ikea that I think will be protective enough. I’ll post a pic asap.

    Carlos,

    are you concerned about the tiles or the iron? It wouldn’t matter much, if the floor got damaged for me, since it’s only the basement and it’s altogether a bit rough (ceiling, no-door-no-frame, walls…).

    from Germany

    #21128
    Greg Merritt
    Participant

    OK here ya go…my shop is located in a very small outdoor shed. It is embracing how messy it is.

    http://hillbillydaiku.com

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    #21134
    Ken
    Participant

    Looks like a proper workshop Greg, thanks for posting.

    Mmmm come to think of to I must have a proper workshop. HaHa 😉

    #21135
    Mark Armstrong
    Participant

    I’ll take a picture tomorrow then you will know what small and messy is lol.

    Dagenham, Essex, England

    #21136
    Carlos J. Collazo
    Participant

    Ha, ha. Well, I would have been more concerned with the cutting iron dropping before I learnt Paul’s sharpening mehtods. Now at least if the edge gets damaged I know what to do.
    I do not have a basement available to me so I use a living area off the kitchen…I may switch the garage, but kind of cramped. Aarrghh..hauling everything yet again once more to another space..

    <div class=”d4p-bbt-quote-title”>Carlos J. Collazo wrote:</div>
    Anyway, David, your space caught my attention as it looks to have a ceramic tile floor. That’s what my space will have too and not long ago I dropped a spare cutting iron from a #4 smoother. Luckily, no tile chipped but I put down a thin cotton rug I got at Ikea that I think will be protective enough. I’ll post a pic asap.

    Carlos,

    are you concerned about the tiles or the iron? It wouldn’t matter much, if the floor got damaged for me, since it’s only the basement and it’s altogether a bit rough (ceiling, no-door-no-frame, walls…).

    New Jersey, U.S.A.

    #21143
    BrianJ
    Participant

    Before sweeping….. 10 x 14 room with a 5′ bench. Also have a small desk used for tinkering, etc.

    Ontario, Canada

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    #21146
    Ken
    Participant

    This may not work. Nope it is so annoying when pics load upside down 🙁

    If you click on the pic so its full size, then right click on the pic and open in a new window, they are the right way up

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    #21184
    Mick Mercer
    Participant

    Here is mine.

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    #21195
    Ron Harper
    Participant

    My shop

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    #21198
    Mark Armstrong
    Participant

    Very nice Ron 😉

    I took a video I warn you very messy :O

    Dagenham, Essex, England

    #21199
    Greg Merritt
    Participant

    Wow Mark…I feel like I just watched an episode of ‘Hoarders’. You have a LOT in that space.
    Thanks for letting us take a look.

    http://hillbillydaiku.com

    #21201
    Ken
    Participant

    Thanks Mark, a few more tools buddy and you will be ready. HaHa 😉

    Thanks guys great seeing your workspace/workshop

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