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I'm working on redoing my shop. It's always been a jumble of things to get me by while I'm making other projects. Now the shop is the project. On the to do list are:
Table saw work centre with a built in router table and dust collection.
Mitre saw work station with flip up fence with Kreg's track and stop system.
Drill Press stand and table.
Corner cabinet with a revolving top for small bench top tools.
Workbench with vise and dog holes

Whew, I wonder how much I can get done over these next few days off.

Onno

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Onno,

I like your work top---very nice.

Some very useful features, you have incorporated.

Looks like you've got everything pretty much covered, in your new work bench.

The elongated slots, will sure come in handy, when using articulated clamping.

Outlet strips?

One can never have too many outlet strips.

When having access, on all 4 sides of the bench, I prefer an outlet strip on each side.

I like your vise---very nice looking and a very useful tool.

Sometimes I wish I had one on each end.

Thanks for the update and providing photos.

Thanks Ken.

I have suspended a power cord from the ceiling over the workbench, one less this to trip over. I'm not sure if it will get in the way when I'm working on bigger projects or not.

Off to go make some bench dogs.

Onno

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