Setting Up Shop 2

Workbench, Shelving and A Drawing table

4/25/2024

Main Workbench with recess for Miter Saw , Class Globe 5.80, Hull # 208 DriftingDonkey Workshop
Main Workbench with recess for Miter Saw , Class Globe 5.80, Hull # 208 DriftingDonkey Workshop
Chem Station mainly for mixing epoxy , Class Globe 5.80, Hull # 208 DriftingDonkey
Chem Station mainly for mixing epoxy , Class Globe 5.80, Hull # 208 DriftingDonkey
Drawing table, Straight edge and 90° Slider for Class Globe 5.80, Hull # 208 DriftingDonkey
Drawing table, Straight edge and 90° Slider for Class Globe 5.80, Hull # 208 DriftingDonkey
Tools sorted on Wall. Wood for Jig and Class Globe 5.80, Hull # 208 Drifting Donkey below
Tools sorted on Wall. Wood for Jig and Class Globe 5.80, Hull # 208 Drifting Donkey below
Drawing table wehre the Frames of Class Globe 5.80, Hull # 208 DriftingDonkey  will be drawn up
Drawing table wehre the Frames of Class Globe 5.80, Hull # 208 DriftingDonkey  will be drawn up
Workshop ready to start Building the Class Globe 5.80, Hull # 208 Drifting Donkey
Workshop ready to start Building the Class Globe 5.80, Hull # 208 Drifting Donkey

The Workshop is coming together nicely. There were a lot of strip glued pine bords, that were set to be scrapped, that I was able to repurpose for construction material.

It was quiet a bit of work since I don’t have a Table saw. Most of the work was done by my brand new Bosch Track saw and the Miter saw.

I already envisioned the next steps of the building procedure, so I set up the shop to efficiently build the frames.

Also, my Knees are terrible which is why I built a table to draw the Frames. If the Boat was any bigger this would have been tough to do 😊. A Straightedge and a 90° angle complement the drawing table.