Basement Tool Shop

Alois Schmid's basement workshop

Basement Tool Shop

Posted by Brisbois Alyssandra on Sunday, 26 January, 2020 02:39:30

Discover how we took a 12x16' basement space and outfitted it into a feature-filled shop. The emphasis in this 12x16' basement shop was to squeeze in all the tools and machines needed for a complete workshop and still provide room to move around. Can you imagine how crowded the space would be if all

Because of this I sadly sold most of my big power tools (table saw, jointer, band saw, router table, etc.). But this apparent setback was really a blessing because my 8'x14′ basement space was perfect for a traditional woodworking shop! Heck, you can even use a spare bedroom if you have to. Sketching Your Workshop Space

If all your tools are stuffed in plastic buckets or jumbled together in a drawer, check out these simple yet clever tool storage tips. They'll help you organize your tools and your shop so you can find exactly what you need, when you need it. Store router bits, drill bits, screwdrivers, awls

If I had to choose, I'd probably go for the basement shop, instead of sharing space with cars, a lawn mower, bikes….Just make sure that in planning your house you make it easy to get tools and materials down there. A great alternative would be an extra deep garage so you could dedicate some shop space there.

John's Basement Woodshop - Shop Tour Shop Tour - Added on September 4, 2008 that is why the shop is so clean. I did something crazy….I sold off my old shop tools to get back into the golf business. (Custom Clubs and Club Repair) Well, the itch for my shop did not go away and the golf

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