Outside view of my workshop
Construction of computer area and photo studio in progress
This is a workbench I built a few years ago. It has a piece of bowling
alley for the top, an Emmert style vise, and dovetailed drawers.
This is a rolling shop cart that I built to use at the lathe. The drawer
holds all my chucks and miscellaneous tools for the lathe.
This is one of my sources of heat; helps in eliminating shavings and scraps. It
has an air chamber around the heat box that blows hot air. I plumbed this into the computer
area; it's controlled by a damper depending on where I need the heat. Works great.
This is my other heat source; an Empire Direct Vent Wall Furnace, Model #DV-352SG.
It's the safest heating source I've found because there is no exposed flame.
I built this box for taking photos of my work. I took the idea from an article
by Steve Meltzer in American Woodturner, Volume 11, No. 2 (June, 1996).
All photos taken by David Peebles