Shopsmith still amazes me.

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Shopsmith still amazes me.

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What other drill press on the market lets you lay down a 24"x30" cabinet floor and still have table to spare?
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Gota love it! :D
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Sure, great drill press, but does it do anything else??? ;)
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Here's a panoramic shot, badly distorted of the cabinets I was building for the new miter station. Got the final one assembled last night. Need to level and secure them tonight. This gives me 11'9" to either side of the blade for the miter saw, and tons of storage once I get doors and drawers done.
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Indeed!
Gale's Law: The bigger the woodworking project, the less the mistakes show in any photo taken far enough away to show the entire project!

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I do have to say that I have table envy. Very nice!
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Now all thee needs is some "U" shaped lumber to use it with! :D

Seriously that is fantastic!
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JPG wrote: Wed Jun 16, 2021 7:31 pm Now all thee needs is some "U" shaped lumber to use it with! :D
I find that stuff at Menards all the time
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