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Daniel L Abbink

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Thought I would share with you a small shop area this is one side of my garage. Note the lazy Susan in the corner very effective.  20180426_062231.jpg  20180426_062246 (1).jpg  20180426_062302.jpg  20180426_062308_Burst01.jpg 

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That lazy Susan is a good idea. I might have to steal that.
I have that same spindle sander. Useful tool.
Are all the papers patterns and project plans?
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That lazy susan is great.  Same sander for me and I have the bench top drill press and bandsaw. 
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Thanks for posting these inspirational photos. I am in the process of planning a new shop and this shop layout is so helpful.
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I first saw the lazy Susan on pintrest   but I also saw different versions on U tube. If You build one be sure to use some kind of metal plate on the bottom because the rollers will cut into the wood making it hard to turn.I had to redo mine. To save money I used an old disc brake hub I had laying around it turns so easy now I had to put in a lock pin to hold it in place To answer your question Trav yes those are my copies of patterns I also have back up on the computer and a thumb drive.
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