This is a 10 minute video tour of my basement woodworking shop.
I think I’ve gotten my shop off to a good start, but it still has a long way to go.
I have good tools, in the good locations, good lighting, electricity from the ceiling to keep the floor clear, and good dust collection.
The next stage is to build some good shop cabinetry and a workbench.
This video is a review of a steadicam where I shoot a cool video of my basement workshop.
Here is a panoramic shot of from the middle of the shop.
Another pano showcasing my jointer and tablesaw.
A pano of my miscellaneous workbench area.
My workshop computer is in the foreground.
The 2 garden basement windows are the main way I get large rough lumber into my basement.
You can see my facination with old clocks on the walls.
I am also interested in CNC milling among other things.
This is the main woodworking area of my shop.
You can see the air compressor line on the ceiling.
The air compressor is on the opposite side of the basement.
From the rear of the shop.
The back area of the basement.
I need to build an outfeed table / workbench at the back of the tablesaw here.
I store my stains, glues, shellacs and whatnot here near the basement sink.