Setting Up Your Woodwork Workshop – Woodworking for Beginners #20

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There are many ways that workshops can be set up and sometimes is nice to get ideas from other people that we can apply to our own shops to make them more convenient to use, to clean, and work in. In this video Natasha gives us a refreshing look at setting up our workshops.

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20 Replies to “Setting Up Your Woodwork Workshop – Woodworking for Beginners #20”

  1. I discovered that the more I know the more I understand that other people also know a lot. Now instead of relying on my knowledge I plan by researching what other people know. You have become the first source I check.

  2. Colin you have a beautiful shop, that view through the window is pure relaxation. Im afraid if i had a shop like yours I would live in it and quit my job lol. Cheers!

  3. Be careful when you use power strips. I once used one on my Jet contractor saw (120v) and one day when I turned it on the saw started "bucking" like the belt had a bad spot in it. Replace the belt and same problem. Called Jet support and first thing he said after I told him what was happening was: "Do you have your saw plugged into a power strip." After removing the power strip all work as it should. Seems the wire and connections inside the power strip was not able to handle the load. Just an FYI for people that try using the same type of strip that is sold for home electronics such as PC's, printers, stereo equipment and what might happen.

  4. Great video! Man that view out your window really sucks. 🙂 (I'm stuck in a city) I am very jealous. 🙂 I rent a house and it has a "single car garage" (too small for a car) the owner had a terrible layout that i have spent a lot of time on trying to make better, still not there yet, but now at least i can get out there a do some small projects. Keep up the great work! New sub:)

  5. I am just playing with the idea of turning my fiance garage that was turned into a studio apartment into a workroom. I have no tools whatsoever and don't really have any knowledge on tools either but I am a 'do it myself' kind of person. Besides watching your videos (which I've already watched about 4-5 as soon as I came across them) and I love your videos,any suggestions for an absolute novice with a tight budget?

  6. Colin my workshop is 8 feet long by 7 feet wide .7 feet dropping down to 6 1/2 feet I have everything I need to build my 6 feet long trucks scania and the old British Land rover pete from Scotland ..

  7. Hello. I am already one day late for commenting because I have like 200 videos on my "watch later" list here on YouTube.
    That's an awesome quest your are undertaking here.
    Thank you so much!

  8. I tried to read an article on the first link in the description of the video and received the answer:
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  9. very good topic/video.I always enjoy watching all of your videos.You are a very good teacher.Keep up the good good

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