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GENERAL DISCUSSIONS => Workshops and Mobile Vehicle-Based Shops => Topic started by: blaszcsj on March 26, 2018, 12:58 PM

Title: System Workshop Build
Post by: blaszcsj on March 26, 2018, 12:58 PM
My tool collection has grown past my current setup and storage capacity. I have also been thinking about redoing my work flow and Timothy Wilmots System workshop fit the bill. So I have begun adapting it to my workshop. First up is my workbench and adding a mitersaw station. I am currently about 85% complete. I have to make the top drawers and get the timber this weekend for the front dog/clamping system. Hope you enjoy. Cabinets are next.

The Before:
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Making the sysdrawers and cabinet carcass:
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Assembly:
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Worktop laminating with HPL top:
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Top and miter saw installed (need to make the front track and dog mounting system):
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Title: Re: System Workshop Build
Post by: mattbyington on March 26, 2018, 09:32 PM
Nice work it looks great!!

Matt
Title: Re: System Workshop Build
Post by: Don T on March 26, 2018, 11:00 PM
Looks nice. Sometime in the near future I’m going to try and add my systainer in some existing garage cabinets. Unfortunately they are cheaply made.
Title: Re: System Workshop Build
Post by: Max Fracas on March 27, 2018, 12:05 AM
Really looks great. I've been thinking about adapting Timothy's system to my shop. Will you put upper cabs above the miter station? 
Title: Re: System Workshop Build
Post by: neilc on March 27, 2018, 07:55 AM
Those look really nice.  Quite a transformation.  I like the drawer bottoms.  Had seen Timothy’s videos but never noticed the details in design.

Looking forward to seeing more as you progress.

Title: Re: System Workshop Build
Post by: jobsworth on March 27, 2018, 10:30 AM
Very nice, clean and well organized. Are you going to add a extension fence to the miter saw?
Title: Re: System Workshop Build
Post by: blaszcsj on March 27, 2018, 10:15 PM
Really looks great. I've been thinking about adapting Timothy's system to my shop. Will you put upper cabs above the miter station?

At some point, first will be the tall systainer floor cabinets. Going to do two pods with a work surface in between. Then put wood storage cubbies behind them.

Very nice, clean and well organized. Are you going to add a extension fence to the miter saw?

Yes. I just purchased the dominofix jig and will add a 20mm grid. Then use the holes to set up a grid. I’m eying those new RUWI hold downs for rail.
Title: Re: System Workshop Build
Post by: Ves on April 01, 2018, 12:45 PM
Looks like a nice setup you got there
Title: Re: System Workshop Build
Post by: blaszcsj on April 01, 2018, 10:47 PM
Busy weekend but I managed to get, mill up some ash, and machine the grooves for the t-track.

(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/uJz98fl00h0gZZhaKL8UPH3U_6IRTeuISZp_VzhO-9tfRwTWi_F72cS2600nD2U0uhmewgxMWS65oo-aypyGEPaOiwWXPGeoMcGWuWthNp-tIWIri7Obz3tq-7Wph0JmzqLY7KM0sVC5Vpw27EneS2xM_YGAzGnLm-uzTcSUMxAm028NT4xiwHPKRi_mWiZFzREgHdOn9qFAZnFc5n4jF1NRv15WKu4SrDEFV0XG7a6K80MKmm4GGrx2WEHQcFuKMvHM3O-2qNKeATiZRg-p41IjhO56nZZUGb59MC7eSYc9UnxDfcIxqDu3UjVYLHyocyc3FVAwkmhaq7zx2JZqd2DGfYsQOrhIBOTIKoptojtp4QB5v8-i_gvCuqePn5wo_x44-YpOCvsRtn1qRjPy64ki5Fi9qXgojrvPPiKub4w3SZYPcO4soAu2etaN8YbyaQsmAtQuQFip87Cv6pBBRH8DAxiQfDb8lnCqsoUcoKi1vk3n7jBC2zkvUNVYE8r_YR_0KT-yzAL2KtiN7D_NWDJOrfWVNtCOJwyG_WA-9fQR-sM7GiQVFoQkKysvWaP-Ib5CZf9e7ALWia0r-x_Hv4PwWVPw-m0P0qcrTM7R=w480-h640-no)

Test fit on bench:
(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/szMNcrPFfoIBukWotxAeBejTUw9Gvz9tBd0wBdB7cBZMHthKXgauiMNqHeCKELYi4u7ykdJ6WONro24ux32BB7iAmWlmhFUcrcG_EQpSfRfVYsQ5CFcV9zEac87yAzDP9Ag4KSUzjwjrLz-MEp3-YgvBU3J8zVU8qz9CrG0VdgG8j0B-uKUipj7R5Z9tYw0yRrmkwfYWcjyjNbF8TVgI2iudtAhFLipMEHylFL3CDjmFyK0CtAOJnXoLY8-U3Pk5BVCjfIth5lvOLbPHv6euE8Avb3KoUE6brj21xCKnKAHwr_AJv2GtVujzDAG32YXxQ_4xukUXdPfc9XC9HlTkrUtaM-frQEUoFAvuO_ouSeUYN71uzeOK6uf0t_zM1eKMbvdJG-usUp4gIgJ3AUV6jD7RaIudhnV78zrko5QjtR_mXKkKSZTA3QqaL6Vav-adxKqPKovR61YOASHhmCNTVqbLTN37teD_i5EI8agxVgZ5xBuuWuy0j1-1PETZCOkP77f4HpuTx5yvIosP79beMwgkPJjOIiHgiyt15WEgmzLEJ0Vcqp90GzGLKpXPmie0AeZKk6U4ZyNfreFsFJM-1nMdSiWeGwD9F9PO-AQ-=w480-h640-no)
Title: Re: System Workshop Build
Post by: Gr8trim4u on April 04, 2018, 06:51 PM
Nice flooring for a workshop!!  Very Nice set up!!
Title: Re: System Workshop Build
Post by: blaszcsj on April 04, 2018, 10:16 PM
Nice flooring for a workshop!!  Very Nice set up!!

Thanks! It is just cheap engineered flooring. Because its in the basement, when I finished the room, I wired it as a "media room" that so happened to have 220V... its a slick when it gets alot of dust on it from the table saw. However, it makes for super easy clean up and is a nice thermal break from the concrete.
Title: Re: System Workshop Build
Post by: Max Fracas on April 04, 2018, 11:51 PM
@blaszcsj Looking good.  Where did you get the HPL?
Title: Re: System Workshop Build
Post by: blaszcsj on April 05, 2018, 12:39 PM
@blaszcsj Looking good.  Where did you get the HPL?

Formica plant is in Cincinnati. My wife's father worked there and I just picked it up.
Title: Re: System Workshop Build
Post by: ghjaxman on April 05, 2018, 01:21 PM
That looks great, I am in the middle of building one myself.  Fun to build.
Title: Re: System Workshop Build
Post by: blaszcsj on April 19, 2018, 12:32 AM
Been working on the vertical work hold down/dog rails:

Made a jig to accurately/repeatably index the domino for the dog supports:
(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/_PQCLll8KHyRCtyrCnOzJDb925AyBbnWqjOdW1VajN3iCrtWuAOJh4Pg7ip_9HqQiaeFrYt6i_ZG4_AgGCanV-zLvj0La6dRGdsJIKOeNUf1qHeQHSZvro9-QV5zBlizJ57t3_23mCdQELHUZigGxcc8O6V9KUEhcd62ar6ntO39SGVPqCRSBQhJa6NkGQHdeiDdn64v0UrQuoC-lxVuOxXjlR2MPuB00xF9K0Ax6UsR4txlefBTPu_E2SEIaQS3BMK6WBCpshpsWeu8gO2IXwHGS9mnnpPpULeHHNcBsd1SpgywETcdVOXjNRXSK4gPv1khvMVLZgbLBNOi3aj1UGu81fRsa_iBpndGw7x11nM33zJ9wEZqg_VuZRuFkLoirYQiY0DoRdU84GEIJaq-TLjCR7eCh-cV7ripkUYdrLh8OJvSRVXSrLWvDS1yXcmvXjdjkiiXPiAzcMyRQnD4TjOntZVClGYuknrYkuLU6jy6JLyBaIo40RSOXX6n3CMfNDlTXIr0ZM0e7ogo3YR6L3b4GyX0iyStL75ZAUpUpBC0REviOyIZppyIqSb_Luh37h888vt9g0XmvvdztourHpCy_SHesVPq_C_XNHaD=w675-h899-no)

Indexing:
(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/salEUlSFErsWlIBwhjtXH99JBAxb2fl-ek0J0v159Z1XQ0xutd1sKIZCMVdq2HaT3RDPY7LCCyq9v1vQq2sRo2IDJW8vrlCgkjgsqWjHZyKgEePVuDK_mL2oc9JuLRQ57VJ2UqhmDX3wF21pI6gol8bnljUmuTAmzs6btbcEv0RrJ8szrFmfj-R0trUkLy3J4OWtEdRo99Ff0sXHISV7Hyl5-JQVzpTY4VMg6SblygCNINdDACrHY__6GgKBTWsLIg8MJl0Pz86MlI7WdTEy7-Eu6j7_IEbr93ryDO902wj3AFoPtW89wDPU4FML1wn_Os1yGK2Sk0iGv6FYeaYyYkcJMsVUsTuq8ATvYb1B6CHs95RLH63i3sUUN4b9W0Pq9FATcX7LjXo2NHLy8OtenZqi2bpcP7VzAWYLwNGBAtEpwC1aIQbu7hwrARO2W9-7TEXaomL9OJMANS-Pj_loEpxf6rcje1pwexkvkGWVCrnwy5v_3YiAqwv5pzt_2TRxtjK0SFfhXHyMUXsFmziFkEmKe1Prd31ZA3wzMdr2kFqDvM53_5tB9xO-FN0RNAepvLjJxdfEHcU8_mJlpF1nq2Pr1lPjrljU8WdiZqOq=w675-h899-no)

(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/zKBZmsS_GUFgU4mUQaGn511_3UlNMhs8-gbd0vQrAarPCa2UbrQ2NBdEQCwggTBP-DD4I4BCSaRnjROUusFvVjRDR6FQDkmMHhRAeir1txe8qF6uOnS9fRwrMZjE4yMYbsKKak8cjeKVJe9hEfPRMbD_N0eY57FBMOxB8kY6b9NmBSlRBNAjIcMVDihCJ070hXg_TNwmmtx5sHKtQNXy6qE37ZtG0UegIIKuynGv9rMKEXcm53OzNAnIO7z9U-Cfsl6Nl0vbJdO02JfWlZefBdWVfqiGz1-w4v9d552O-aGIuvIcEACLTd6msMa7U8GHin0NxVJ6XWs7varuMwK8nItlRvdj6DhtxPmCAZ-B1I-bbUmLX766YqiegDMWmd4JZ08Y_KQM8asLoHYMwvy1tzDhn5nL5X84AIPhgA8S7NVlS5iY9uYmqpiKNUhsPYnIFffHztxfHc7ol2cVrQkUrn6LuWpHD4i4FUcDdU6Ot8CxiQXNOHMvLktZYjrhkxjZiHQIntYRmi34f_4mN3XGwg4EzDLWOaoT-mePlVmy6hOeCxeLojC1H803r00L9da7cYNyBo7rHf9ikqs0453zO5q4E38fLrPdUhopX20o=w675-h899-no)

(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/C6DfEETqFLL0iC5Xb2ATWwB1IYjt5ZZCTvDeGhRPVfBBcxKXIesRqoJc0_t6V1qwUAEixyAJO2trn9t-pbqFJ3aDzFq5ny47P7VWEcaKWeoh8XbEdqlvFYjfEm7AO9HiefQ_XYzQIbiSzkPvuY9xZte1RwMAT3SCBBX4kDhLWPshRGE6px0gm9oEkTQT4gMPpuqWxwSoz1qHIe34n9P9umw8X29zORyqUqZA1ESEEHfh24MWlSWIFbuV8sOoLj7x_h5Uacac2Tj1uKmYUCz8kNF45OD9_UA1P8ZlY-V4BYAdaVHC7AZtM8zUylwj3ZXUT9zFHC1xozAv5Sz7d9v5YSAQRbKFhdnPbN6PQrSpbJTDmtnfWp4_sAIGPrBw1kVhjiFnhfrymAGnQADSX9IZZoi-9F1oIGV0Bz3cBBovupUXrVmWjUlQq8NZxn9IK4ApebVgai8aU2IB8FxgNEmVLBwVVGDOMFHnGq4m7YXn-D9OxN5E5wWFj2coyAV4vnwYYXZc_Os1-bLnkjBApZ8YkOCYlk7kXDhhEn21FatfCnKokViF3nBav2nAUo-q5JLPi1t9PQPndyHz6JnUkfmgcEkMaB27am1rsMbWWpAO=w675-h899-no)

I made a jig for the making repeatable thru mortises with the domino as the 500 will not reach thru in one pass. I used the front dog slots to index on the jig. Then use the Domino to mortise from both sides.

(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/M3wfdMNK21d-1jZjnRcgm3MRrF9vAX4u8yCTj9WcKHRABX71oY4kWaJ5EMQqjbJKmh9KmqZ-3IFYeBTyhx7MzdLY9m3-W_11v_1rNTNwuCMXTDnypzzrT6kGPLk6gQa5X8wZNjGKv4dfoT0L3cG7QXQzk_cLBbu-X2RY9hP-ZqvmCw0LzYM9onLv_HbOw5qumWAuTzWgLJMQQ5p8xh_ZqF_kjXnYi339KIq_EgaJMKxLFw7ZGtETH3QXEu1kYjK9Qwtjyk-KlK0eu904tM9P2A5AmvsyO95wSM3phRiQJyj7gwolv9Wg-X33YG2xO5Pd0eREwx0_5N9fr19N0zWNgw66d18BzgOHHFZ_imhG4FfEAf_8r0_RwM-NtPL8iKfIUKhIBP9vggwvV2ySAkeRQ1fmxZCc_BkT-45-qZRfuzT3VBcRpKZEjsbFvPOFTXeyAz5J9lkEy1IzGW4kUmiTSE79-Gi_O65erJ0q0_qTs7f6nA8ahlAQw4C477dlKYo1QoglCfuDxfHhAeyuED08U88uAQaiRpH_j51TANOOo46fuFLWGGSC7PqigJmZRUJJ8x_4yhz_HPzwXis2p1ZpU64z5_68HqyS9Qm4Qk_h=w1199-h899-no)

(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/SyoWvq9XMYFLv0I6RYUJhPUm0P5-NnjFn2S8PkI1FuAaA8Y0BDXeYWidnAeZkNoEJ_kL1tKx3Qm59EiQSSUP2Mt9PMgzQk20TKz8yyieTu8dTrx_cRmn5Hyv9S97m9TkE-FdV214q63vM1YY7yahKv8L2SHZDCFBudDiWBD_VPv_Wp28TfqBIKV9wF2tfuPDf-6BTssBu7n6s-L9CY9F8j41ky21sods8OcuZiihOX27S6t6P6IcrYJbzzw62dHiZ-oGY3esP2HciHNGvCPq-C-NRdtTGCiF85TKJZRzNNYtzUQX00PiGeZ0TS5D-QexlyZJYopdjXgkk6aYh2b3wYWfY9l652FA_BiAX-O6XmJxKq21EUeJClgycGsT7m1B4DacgpKm2Wg0wd9PCA5jDDARZ_JYYic7bS5VAZ0BD6OBlkSix9PJN7xLbcCilhdv3L6SGr2geG3Yf-trYeSivTZe7Ql4C5ae1-to0UNkwpfQRsF18d57HPmGVvM9VSbaiHXtEp3xsnLf5FpiOMUgrC3hH-gfVQk53n4OYMBPVD-2sVdGsQR65ZAFxlG-xVzHKAYSC9u1JMXVjdKAu1i1hYQr2VFfVE_Zt0uI_Rcg=w1199-h899-no)

(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/Y3kQfKV768xs3d_4D5IRdVwhQce3BdSe25QbQrbdgw7_rZYA9g6QQ5P6kQROdG4ehvSE80NBDLK_09qYsxh0tAznn9Yu63qWWRjU5Gc4ZpgKNi7WjhrMQuN3z1ouoEjF8kNW2l5fb5DRcHFQQt5c2JFMypzNU0-qe6ejR__9Txar2izM0BUl44RRn_L6vC0C9J2WQ8beB3yG6pUP2CFFoaNfdn0O3txfqINhdDTo12EBGoweXuu0bnQOZ6RJeyhewKCY4CUZedZtwopTjHOt1ozanH5dKKG2NWcEfFB-la6gt7jT3vGrj_sosSqG6omlkyBPjnqPtvbiH6zNJ90N3K-dY0n96FDN-hF6MwwVHVmZYwd8XvkoYd9AcX34C7TbeRFSx8ES3aC4Y3nyfjS40Xc8EdFZHbNijhxWxdLKCzUWdNir53fi691nHBG3mVatrKosPWsPrrQvo3X1Ef3jA_jzOykthrZi7riIuL4fTfVWqpjXhobwyRxKn4LQBzRRvjSvJbR88nAEj6T_HYMU5GKChMXoG3CvWUweTHat6_Zp3xY71s3fT3ttJDNKzCfPcZXTplkc-6Cqn3SOzfqP5jfso_E7gC4DGYuT680I=w1199-h899-no)

It was really nice outside so I had a cold one.
(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/TKgZdMuiaFreJzRMAU7N2iPrhfwkFN8r2CCGh4_p_p_kPsxxn_Fr_hQa2P0eG_ox0b6Z6cgnDiL_X5WKntTkjnN7K_SLbnDVFXAwH0oTTm5F8IwTJDjORpQVPgOtRK725aRLcuQ9V4movconPafbPk3GvTGWfKwogxGA4HGFYzlbGoprB_4pJKpwqhqPAbnqrs4jn2SG9ufH7mWzvAt5zob0kaKJkDij0lqQWkGwNzyCCGBhGVEnC71KqOBIKk01CginkBXFKV1qpa7QoonkAdmIQ5pQM9_I5Pk0XGTVbtv6Gnxm0A-Gz5uImmF4vMTCzp61llPR3WVwK6ia6yOmfY0ZZPjCNUl2ax8qG3IcfKUKbBmC5MIX_P3spN32uduXN5leqdi4EZ5zF-CtdKNjrY95JBF8tVtghTzt21KFW7UtZkliYSHRq4ah3JV7xeh80laqgl1ZozrdvS6Mzj6LyyFx-wlq3om6G2LNDmy44fIih7N87vkfklwtIEiYx_xQR3URLq-BkxNNboICLBx7T48vg8CCiffiEsygHVE2V033um89cvzI9Y5iR9VkypWS27aggFjK1HOppK2jnOyklROyvnVUZaAGl2fFah8r=w1199-h899-no)

Turned out really nice:
(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/hhTxIx-XQU3on2r4clVZsSp2yxkQxPLPILacNHCWoWDnRuCSkWsfIaWaXvAcEsTMhMOEUT3IcGBCaYdesqHpu2gN5AMAjAmAbuJfRXfjOqJXh42hgi2HOzdpJT8Yq8TiGA45Xgtnn1wey5cRhijrGqA7f4UZOE68AM22ZJ_RWxWLmJ9BQZE2qIlK5IFoXKJNJAloQnNpQH6L5fJ7yrSbUO7e1MtkNLgtUUDUQzYqAkdENisgLpx4JhHfMXcT1-1s_FNev513gvRgy3bVoI8Q0kCKc08w91ch6lj4bEMpMkA7YteSTjtB0KZGY_pFLivRfC6RXVDD7xCb72uT8uaL0P03BEwCVZDzmUDNseLhh5FoGSjP8HakfeFVTLoR1UhJhFvHInXWhG01R6jSDmB6Gxyu8pl6igpeBOWbOzLv8fpLCkB0uznzT9hdu8oYoguhwL_8B5Wo39H48w06THM1jaGPahIqXs-h3s2Z_FB1GwEHovFHmfbM72aFk_Fej2vxq3-BXxbB1tA4n2tZfYrdp45-vA6EhVOUsbAXMIeUvmX7OGX4V_19aj1kSF7tE48il5VKZ2hDddpmP0xX20bvMTqSIl-KOojf09Z-X5W4=w675-h899-no)
Title: Re: System Workshop Build
Post by: blaszcsj on July 24, 2018, 02:01 PM
Had some changes in the shop recently. I purchased a K3 Winner from @RobZ . I got it installed and built an outfeed table for it and now turned my attention to finishing the system shop and organization in the shop.

How to get a K3 in a basement:
Step1: Get your father in law to help.
(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/u00hKRjt392c_b0bTrcEoPUjMGCG1LyCZ8JR-n13mT_RW094yeCSz8oJQO64ObSWimnlIYHyDOTlWIzjNd5WpshM7BYr9Bk9IRilq_fOJaJ01yyVP53BKbrYlU_0Zsr_aSTjt1RDJlDr9bEHsQOzgoA_Kftne5TqGHQw4U1uZhmDwJvL9ySAsV9IbgL4cUsJGm8FtTPxQrbENmIfaCXEGrydn0XehZpx26oIpceBWMQ9Cycw_enpDPvQTXsWmzesb3LIHkUzCOV62loGhSJSPNLIWoEg-wqjTw6MgfIr9e4xLR62rh0myr-w63imWKkJLu1xgHk4b2YWqMPU3Wn9WEZGaduTt2nklF1WUqAp8eSH2mfsLS1TNgUSJC-fCCyh8b2BFp1qnf7KtAcmLVvGaMfJl4Ul7LeYFAVtAiu8VYStNYSJ7MMva26XBhxLOXyNh0-cMqPYrf0aPweqQYHpu12aLteW5s66pGJE_C87soifJXtS6-yOg5unfgtCgDRLlVpOJlMzhbyTa7cB3pWan1f5GXDJHdd5OSjb1rdLzqYaOzjgr8dYvZEncuIe7s8hVQM1wE8vun6OMXGTzUeWkMHe01ecO1mDwsEeHMw3=w1194-h896-no)

Step 2: Make a sled (no good picture of actual sled) and get truck in front of stairs.
(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/xkBkYyH7hLFZwETjT8BxESTgU9IBc_sutawEX7pmttbY0MZm4OOAkwyC-5PFmVT8eZhiA-VvcGNpPy2vbG1zeQuPoOhy0u0Mc_zoSc8k5bDj31EZ_UfG9r5zNyz90Hcfti8lqU-OM8fXn5SZUpcv04vsFGD7bs1UlQXeXDLMpRIxq-mEqIkC9ZqbRO-JdbIZDbar69IIRPglZ_atPTUpifSsjkm1idR6tJ1LzTQaVlRvuTzYTEJqSm1RfYqehqBenoTukIdQ-knl6Llk-QtoBcPxFme-NENAcYihK7Qj2CakL78pl69zvRZf1QalhuM7XJoGdWrC90LZkqgg4uJwNbZ-jQgvCSXEBee5qSgxhq4hKJGfo17F-f_ou9aBSR94fGaMPdXRHZGE7jqLdfQfd5IU5xzxYD6GJn0gvt3X1FZ9HX-xOnKEPLjXvnIlwGGlVKIFhQEhY9iPz_wVQ9ulbJNJvdKWeTM_XNgbdKWzuZYRPUwGBx4RoUI8cTj-DPny2kzMOv7np1nz8hMLAFRMYUyG8j4EZIIxWGSiEDar-rsd0Gx1TiSOlAu-kIj94EtmIN_-9Ug9148ETCdkbaaRdV9qKK17DXwdQ4_56Egj=w672-h896-no)

(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/fmcKkNvPLVOzNwPyFfISUrw1rKb5smMjQRIgBPudqvIj-9_jaWhohZQT3Rfuf7YXw-wzWUXX_uv6pd6jMQ2lU8NdO3BGaUxWzdY3UQod8Pw-JVwaa3otNHwZbyKAasJSufAzg1mrNnDlvDoIX9JR0ZCGcZWRLOuiFUW804mPQ4LeQ96bjh32-AdDMg8WtTjtWITloTL9FSrceULJ7fyuQu3GaLisMljsLl9ho9YJ6Bs4SNqTZ5MMbJU1CWKk4pRYPG7aqonZR2ceWQiLYdcHlMymkYqUb4n4haKsHfE57MQgPTFa2Qz6HJ5FlZoIVCyO46jAHnnN_FMVsP8S43vDrderjZEEUewtlZTB8JXRFpsOH6ZeRT0KsXsNIE9Ly5xyhSTAocbXpMDExoDO9k78Cu93VTRckVKFy_qXmWr-_EvEA2-QX3e9KUUxcoFHHyaY8_0tvZKDCkbCo2Hh5t6_pYomtMnR81Imk_C-mj3ntRkYSSVgkp7hvG46Ma1wWkMUIkZ6If6u2GgDt33HSIVD4H_7E5OshHh1Mhfn8cQWO0uentfMWmaF_l00BYJcuSa8VJ9PeFib0JWAt_q4J7vIVA2_oLh3T3BZBsmMd7mi=w672-h896-no)

Step 3: Slowly push the saw to the edge of the stairs, kick it over, and use truck to slide it down.
(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/Z95SYU8unZLpaL5sUVALIZzCVLD_ToKHDN7SJbaurW-LFKUUk7q9-jXvz_UN-dKTez80PFTDXcHS1Kkz792a0LDMvrLFD1Lsz3lXec89Bf7ZYbqXmIyMZRKB1WrWnAsYh9cZzOsmDyxurWplnQQPlEtOQMzNMe3subZ8bV6P898YGlAXHIoJE54vvHYPY63FqQEVAsPM8e2l56217TTjEE9CBTwuPgZVwUfjb9D1unVZkIxoHmsLO1Hljx_15ZTWfsPzYtdaij7oQS9oNl_NpNnX2sbOsVSbMpEcu_5w6v7PN7r8c8KE8KaGu8p0gqSpMN4yMW_0KhWhyZp1ghQb_uulIDh3P6CRRr45dB7DAmX9BR3hJIFL4dLODn9kUQNMs_TJL-7pxU_G97idnbEUlxUX4OyHHe3K8bmdjz62M-CF8blbZVHrrsce3F_l-fwi3USKBOtRTsfLynDe9u-a8sVv7GbUSvZ9vWrMyIBIxSNHUR12smDlPW_E8UIOiaejN6KUw19smx5OLS1W2qzwC2GTPhKR4geGn05QKxJ2l3Ley6qaA-rl_nbOcwK8CV8slodghEtJRv4GEDhxISikHVCpciHZyJzBo3FH1Jqs=w672-h896-no)

(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/RTy-4IzyNMSgpyKxH9AKwg-iJz0SQ-_LgHQKZRSni9A8NFAxQ_uk9oRK1rhgmld4LLxXLJFFsFL6KPyLLtpDyq5_3uOc6wkOsnzu7VdhKfC2FPuXuhZiJnSEuEUnk2icsbD393Ofl2lq2GR5qUpd7aH4kp7A9aqAZYJ4Ddc5n9nqtBlS1HXmtgb7iUawgNCuuHhQGtIXz-J_gvIilMZQH5cixRAPTun8Ui6HqvVjes8e7ST68RFFrJb0qaNS2udLn2uUemAcIqQZ1_EqWC7EowirrpoNQt09JaVysgS-9EVY5jD5xw6uV-iA5sAeTO_YkYSUK24xkuveVe8Qgxd_CVSF3TEbj_bGY3sQR8RM7374nh7aE60hS-BsrkOc7kxeOjBeqRIf_twzxo0OOSfoH3ID5cksgvAlY8uUFGjhOWWX8Hy3fd3pf2M_Aqh3ktrZ5h2okv-4yxAWZa3qmORNGKHd-SaVGlnEaS4j2WkMul14dWTDGOAdCNmaoC4lLmuHyTd40TamwatduaCLyzXzY1sG2P4X35FGBa1wp4DqgBsma8GczymnZQ4aiyHL6l6VJivv3mYyIHlfj7QHTg49j_gGt-ClafXXG_fRwHb3=w672-h896-no)

Step 4: Reinstall the bits and pieces (I am pretty sure my shop exploded in this process):
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(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/CQl2Vw8f1MYT-ufOAPK9eNwRzOstY3D2tdQ7YnXyn0bvUPX2aVasFp3n0ckf_BraHhmyixlAczjIB9mENXvo-Rw_C897L9I0gMIqOvMK2QwZCfqPf6tnN9F-p7NrQQ-UXpJYW58xjwiN0l3lmyg2-LmNxDuKbAgdkzRRkXDYOCS4BDORc0qGn0L80vRwYfXVtqPLUF9iXVKBJtgVPSucK1iFye_8aQFzqq2Xllm579ASNrDbzbzDXrtT9CctRcHvyFoji_xE4kKjMwFZyNsCaciUg80_oRFyFVqlsnSVt3WOfPBQnLdwOdmVhus26HFHz_BH_ciTbNg6YDQwOuW-2B4HFm3ElBVTiyqsYAtXBPyyF1CTmypE-7GGrr-A3FT3oNtJdQiilKBmi1hUBD08d7Klc8CVv80N9dEtgaolkiqwgBypEPPSSCvDIG_QtTkPwoZ3Xt3P2awYiV7Acg-D49Dh6lO-7qZxQsM_yXXk5Tki8GFHVCfpbUrSVlPccFysdApUdmGZrhkpo31ljLh1DgAoKsMIr1uaEZYaM1UOvsmkPMdKx8s18fAgS4pMc38nhxZA9tRfnvaQnEZBzu3GwCrXXzMEIioWjfUZQCfo=w1194-h896-no)

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I then made an outfeed table/bench:

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(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/h21hAE8mx1EcdVEAfRBVgO026LqmProc5Tjj2dGaq6Hu7XgZUzWfAEwajV7l-TBdubl2uPTe7TDrdBzBkEeXu_vmSv7ssdFqselbyPae8AZIq_tpmeHm3FpVZOosNHHk1jbO2DzX-E5mvLirfmLQjAGOuprMEA0IhgLa9DV238Q_saia0LOeTIPLaTBOxO-Z7INLKnRoXCtCGV2l7Hf4J4Cme4F-aig6sb3eQOqtOUZ4miZRzEM-AItQvpjYKQvdNqQC4ZGxBX2MWEfQo4sYrY4v24NnVSEhUUwjtQtFPFUHI13vMU38xnnfZv4_wm35Gl8bcqKkJ5V-u6Oiwdr0UsIy_B0gr1pk73pDSBu-phDC8Wd2dTdSMpnCa9msY4ZkhZtli7Rw5wZtpVtIbrq8toXlR0dvtmAo732oSFv0r1NtBxZQoTsmOChx10L_D0ALJaJrkYv7vA-JGff96cs3o1DRH5pE4yg66XW4NxKQFSIB8EFuie9e104qdgQqTr_gGBFvZPPJ_4bPO9R_MwMgcBYqPz25ilFl86VEFej8DkA18v2hrAzzBCD_YRJkJPhrSb3mi9NXpUiUFy6ZBppmY_AhdKnvc1QnnEpB_tCW=w480-h640-no)

Then, this past 2 weekends I started tidying up the shop with a wood rack/tool wall combo:
(https://scontent.fluk1-1.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/36794344_891436761713_4325063437513129984_n.jpg?_nc_cat=0&oh=2696d20d24281afc6b3bacfb4de9de7b&oe=5BE1F473)

Tool wall cabinet holes:
(https://scontent.fluk1-1.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-0/p206x206/37583731_893452701753_7056678919990149120_n.jpg?_nc_cat=0&oh=e323d014a7cdf8b56462c61c09d01fab&oe=5C0EB4CF)

Stage 1 complete (time for doors and drawers):
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Title: Re: System Workshop Build
Post by: mattbyington on July 25, 2018, 01:48 AM
Wow looking awesome !!!
Title: Re: System Workshop Build
Post by: jroth33139 on July 31, 2018, 10:31 PM
Clever way to get it down the stairs! I hope you are not moving any time soon!  [big grin]
Title: Re: System Workshop Build
Post by: blaszcsj on August 08, 2018, 11:09 PM
Clever way to get it down the stairs! I hope you are not moving any time soon!  [big grin]


Yes I hope so!

Minor detour side project...Installed shop dust collection. Oneida V3000. Tomorrow I will install the ivac auto switch for the table saw. Came out pretty well. The floor sweep is amazing! It took about 2 hrs to assemble the unit and 3-4 hrs to fab the wall brackets and do all the duct work.

Back to the syscabinet tool wall build!

(https://scontent-dfw5-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/38457884_895592004573_2939561512433352704_n.jpg?_nc_cat=0&oh=ba2b0242088b40ccba7032053f2cde38&oe=5C0DD030)

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Title: Re: System Workshop Build
Post by: mattbyington on August 09, 2018, 10:28 AM
DC looks awesome and very professional!

Matt
Title: Re: System Workshop Build
Post by: jyarbrou on August 09, 2018, 10:31 AM
Where did you source your duct work and what gauge did you end up using?
Title: Re: System Workshop Build
Post by: Dick Mahany on August 09, 2018, 10:41 AM
Great job and the shop is coming along nice!  I used to have a steel Oneida V3000 and it was excellent.  I have read that the conductive plastic models are supposed to be quieter.  Keep the pics coming.
Title: Re: System Workshop Build
Post by: Cheese on August 10, 2018, 11:38 AM
Nice job on the jigs & fixtures. Clever solution. [big grin]

That K3 looks sweet. I'm Festool green with envy. [smile]

How did the 3M 90 work for the laminate? Is it tough to get uniform spray coverage?
Title: Re: System Workshop Build
Post by: greg mann on August 10, 2018, 12:13 PM
Amazed at how much it warped after install (fisheye shot)! How did you get it all straightened out again? [poke]
Title: Re: System Workshop Build
Post by: blaszcsj on August 11, 2018, 01:33 PM
Where did you source your duct work and what gauge did you end up using?

Ducting was sourced thru Oneida (24ga spiral duct) with unions from Rockler. Both have similar costs but I went with Oneida because shipping was marginal when buying the system. The floor sweep is super fun to use. It sucks dirt from like 6 inches from the opening.

Amazed at how much it warped after install (fisheye shot)! How did you get it all straightened out again? [poke]

I use the fastcap speed roller.

Nice job on the jigs & fixtures. Clever solution. [big grin]

That K3 looks sweet. I'm Festool green with envy. [smile]

How did the 3M 90 work for the laminate? Is it tough to get uniform spray coverage?

Thanks! I have since ditched the spray opting for the gallon bucket of the 3m adhesive. I found it was much easier just to roll it than spray. Coverage was not too bad with the can because the nozzle was adjustable. just a pain after it starts getting low or the nozzle gets clogged.

 
Great job and the shop is coming along nice!  I used to have a steel Oneida V3000 and it was excellent.  I have read that the conductive plastic models are supposed to be quieter.  Keep the pics coming.

It is surprisingly quite. One reason why I opted for this one. This past week I added the ivac pro contactor kit and added an inductance switch on the tablesaw for auto start. Works like a charm.
Title: Re: System Workshop Build
Post by: JBag09 on August 12, 2018, 10:05 PM
Very nice. I just installed the V5000. Used all pvc, and blast gates from Lee Valley. Oneida was great to deal with.


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Title: Re: System Workshop Build
Post by: mike_aa on August 13, 2018, 04:41 PM
@blaszcsj 
Excellent build.  I really like how you built the roll-around tool cabinets right into your wall.  Did you just run the kickboard across or remove the casters and mount them on a base?

Nice installation for the dust collector.  It looks like the V3000 can be mounted lower (my clearance is about 7 feet).  How high is your ceiling?

Thanks!  Mike A.
Title: Re: System Workshop Build
Post by: Kevin D. on August 13, 2018, 11:18 PM
Nice work.  Keep it comin'!
Title: Re: System Workshop Build
Post by: blaszcsj on August 14, 2018, 11:23 AM
@blaszcsj 
Excellent build.  I really like how you built the roll-around tool cabinets right into your wall.  Did you just run the kickboard across or remove the casters and mount them on a base?

@mike_aa

Nice installation for the dust collector.  It looks like the V3000 can be mounted lower (my clearance is about 7 feet).  How high is your ceiling?

Thanks!  Mike A.

Yep pretty much. Base with the cabinets, no casters, and screwed it to the lumber racking behind it. I did have to make a spacer because it was two lower cabinets.

My ceiling height is 89”. You could probably get away with 86-87 if you cut a little bit out of the vacuum tube between the collector and bin. You need one inch clearance from ceiling. Went with the wall mount so I could adjust the setup a bit more.

Quick tip if you do get one, install motor/fan on inlet section before installing the inlet section. You will also need the ivac pro contactor version if you want tool activated dust collection.
Title: Re: System Workshop Build
Post by: mike_aa on August 14, 2018, 12:36 PM
Thanks for the response!  Sadly, my ceiling height is only about 84 inches so it might be too tight.  It's going to be a while before I'm ready to upgrade so no rush on this purchase for me.

Thanks, Mike A.
Title: Re: System Workshop Build
Post by: Steven Owen on August 14, 2018, 12:43 PM
That’s a pretty huge improvement on the shop space.  A lot of us our guilty of have a mess in the shop.  You did a pretty good job designing something that’ll greatly increase productivity in your shop. 
Title: Re: System Workshop Build
Post by: blaszcsj on September 09, 2018, 12:41 AM
Between other projects I finally finished drawer fronts and drawers. I even grain matched them. Got to keep some class.

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