A Tour of Bill Stevens' Shop
Hi, I'm Bill Stevens and I have been into wood working for about 30 years. This has been the shop that I work out of and love to be in. The shop measures only 14' x 22' and like any other wood worker would tell you, “it's never enough space.” Someday I hope to move so I can have a lot bigger shop.
A view of the shop from the front. The dimensions are roughly equivalent to a one car garage. Night time shot…
Inside the shop—the back-right as you stand in the door.
Same perspective, but the left side, instead.
This is the front corner, looking toward the doors shown in the first pic..
And the other front corner. Also visible is my drill press which doesn't get a separate picture.
Here is the overhead storage I have available for tool cases, etc..
My table saw. Basic Sears tool which I've tricked out quite a bit.
And my radial arm saw. This is the electronic version Sears sold.
A jointer adds to the lumber prep tools, and the dust collector takes the detritus away.
A bandsaw rounds out the floor tools.
I guess an argument could be made that a miter saw is a floor tool…
I have my hand tools and saw accessories organized here.
My jigs and fasteners are organized here.
You can never have too many clamps. I certainly don't!
Miscellany rounds out the tour.
Posted 9 September 2007
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