This week was another short week due to traveling yet again. I took it as an opportunity to make some shop changes to put a little more emphasis on being able to easily move around and move from tool to tool in the shop. The major thing to go was my plywood cart. It just took up too much valuable space so it had to go. The extra space it freed up is more valuable right now than the convenience of storing a lot of plywood on hand. The only item I added to the layout is a 4′ wide by 3′ long dedicated outfeed table. It’s a simple design that Nick Ferry, April Wilkerson, and myself came up with on our Wisconsin collaboration trip. We made a video on it while there so I didn’t bother recording this build process. That video will be out soon. The major benefit from this slight shop layout change is that I now have more room dedicated to me moving around in the shop and I also now have access to all four sides of my 4′ by 8′ assembly table. Watch the video or check out the following pics for the changes.
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