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2016 Shop Tour

Playlist of all my shop projects:

Plans for Miter Saw Stand:

Plans for Rolling Lumber Rack:

Plans for Folding Workbench:

Plans for Planer Stand:

Plans for Rolling Paint Cabinet:

Items in the shop:

Triton Workcenter:

Triton Spindle Sander:

Triton Planer:

Dust Collector Remote:

Table Saw:

Wall mount dust collector:

Grizzly Bandsaw:

Triton super Jaws:

Rockler T Track Table:

Triton wood storage rack:

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32 Comments

  1. I would love a shop that size I wouldn’t be seen for days.

  2. +iShootBandits
    I’d never be seen again — ever.

  3. Doc MacLaren's Tinkering

    +iShootBandits My shop is 9×15. I would kill for water and a bathroom and
    A/C and a flat floor and all those tools lol! I have to use saw horses, a
    track board outside on the “grass” to make cuts longer than 60″ long and
    36″ wide.

  4. At least u have what u have

  5. Doc MacLaren's Tinkering

    +Tim Carvin I completely agree!

  6. why don’t you build a cover for the stereo with a plexiglass front.

  7. Great looking shop. I like what you did with the space. I couldn’t help but
    notice one of your tools (work center router/table saw combined). I’m in
    the market for one of those and saw you using it in your video. I like your
    setup. Stay motivated.

  8. The Workcentre is a great combination tool, I believe Rockler carries them
    if you are looking for one.

  9. and some form of ventilation that comes on with the room lighting.

  10. Tops. Just the perfect video for me. I’m about to plan my first proper
    workshop (instead of using someone else’s old one). Your notion that I
    don’t need a permanent work bench is exactly the nudge I needed to do away
    with mine. You are right, it just fills up with crud, and having to keep
    the bench tidy (because it folds away) has the useful knock on effect of
    making me think the storage through – thoroughly. All in all, one of the
    most timely, useful videos I’ve seen. ‘… Keep at it lass as they say here
    in Lancashire in the UK. Thanks!

  11. I love how practical all your videos are. Save for the Triton sponsorship,
    it’s just an average garage type workshop with average tools that you do
    amazing work with. Gives us little guys some hope. 🙂 Keep it up.

  12. TO GIVE TASTE SEE, A WORKSHOP, SO GOOD TIDY, ALL VERY WELL ORGANIZED,
    SIMPLIFIES MUCH WORK, ALL IN SIGHT, THE ORGANIZATION OF WOMEN, AS MEN? ARE
    MUCH MORE RELAXED, AND UNORGANIZED, AND MANY MEN ARE VERY PIGS, WORK, AND
    VERY KOOK, AMERICAN WOMAN, IT iS VERY INTELLIGENT, VERY THANK APRIL

  13. Lots of great idea, and you have so much free space yet to grow into, nice
    shop!
    Domo

  14. agradável… como aprendeu essa profissão?
    nice… how you learned this profession?

  15. I taught myself.

  16. Muito bom…
    autodidata, parabéns.

    Very good…
    autodidact, congratulations.

  17. Ha! 800 square foot shop! I lived in a house for many years that was a
    little over 800 square feet with 4 other people.

  18. April, your shop is coming along great, Iv’e been watching your progress
    over the last couple years and it’s looking good. I know you are hesitant
    to build a large assembly table because of space but they are really
    important once you start getting into larger and heavier projects that
    those folding tables can’t support. Plus you can put casters on them, all
    kinds of vices and bench dogs, and more tool storage on the sides and
    underneath. Just a thought. Keep up the good work.

  19. EDDIE THAT BEAUTIFUL COMMENT YOU MADE, THE APRIL WILKERSON, LIKE, THANK
    YOU, APRIL, IS A WONDERFUL LADY, A WINNER, A WOMAN WITH CLAW, WITH A LARGE
    PROFESSIONAL BRILLIANCE, A LOVELY LADY, AND VERY, VERY BEAUTIFUL, THANK YOU

  20. The best way! Especially if you like reading!

  21. Enjoyed your shop tour. Rustic yet very functional. Got some neat ideas for
    folding tables and wood storage not to mention the OSB walls. OSB is under
    appreciated for a lot of woodworking projects but is a very versatile and
    yet inexpensive substrate for a lot of shop projects where aesthetics are
    not important.

  22. Wow lots of great ideas, thanks for sharing!

  23. A NO DOG POO sticker , fascinating.

  24. What’s with the knives on the door?

  25. You are incredible. I love it that you are a diy person who learned
    everything on your own, trial and error. I do enjoy a good project and
    getting my hands on tools but I’m not as into it as you are, but do love
    the spirit and the inspiration you bring to everyone…especially women. I
    love all your videos and can’t get enough of it. Thank you so much

  26. I did the same wall table years ago in my welding shop except the tables
    were steel, also all shelves were well above 6′ so all hand tools supplies
    were overhead as were the welders on booms. Was able to build structures 3X
    the size of a small area, of course the neighbors thought it was
    interesting to see a 50′ gate sticking out of a 20′ shop. Of course all fab
    tables were mobile or takedown steel horses.

  27. Greetings! Great video! Very interesting to see how your work area is
    arranged. I noticed a stereo system, what music to listen to? ))

  28. Hey there is a Licence Plade from Kempten KE- NU 20 obove your door. How is
    the German????

  29. very nice April. my shop is 350 Sq ft. and all my friends are envious.
    you’ve humbled me. were is the flat screen and fridge??

  30. Does your father go by the nickname Waco.

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