Here's My Workshop!
by Andrew Barton
I would like to share my mobile shop that I made from scratch to fit in my two car garage. I hope
this inspires others who feel they may not have enough space to have a good workshop.
Note: click any picture to see a larger version.
I started with a two by six steel frame with locking casters that my very talented brother-in-law
welded for me.
I then built a cabinet for my Ridgid Tablesaw to sit on and some drawers to hold the router bits
blades and safety tools.
Next I added a Bench dog router table extension for the table saw, then an extension table with a
Steel City 13" thickness planer on the other side.
My mobile shop includes vacuum attachments for a standard shop vac, and electrical connections to
keep cords neat and auto vacuum control.
The final product. Perfect for a small garage shop. My wife can park her car in the garage when I'm
not making sawdust.
A few of the projects I've made with my mobile workshop:
This is a bulletin Board I made to match our new kitchen cabinets.
Cabinets for the new Bathroom.
This is a coffee table that has a dry erase top. Jennifer and I made it for her boyfriend
Frames for my son's art work.
And finally, my best effort to date. This staircase was stripped down to studs and rebuilt.
Everything wood was made using my mobile shop. The iron work by OLD WORLD ELEGANCE.
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