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THE WORKSHOP

Post pictures of your workshop, your equipment and discuss your work space.

James Jarrett
Sep 20, 2017

I had spoken briefly with Miss C. about my new aquisition. I have always wanted to build a steam engine. A real one. One that could do real work. Problem was, I don't own a lathe nor a mill, and wh
rleonard
Aug 21, 2017

A few words about your home shop compressed air system. Your compressed air system is the most expensive utility in your shop. If setting up a new place or upgrading your system, here are some thin
Eric
Sep 10, 2017

Just acquired a simple air compressor. I'm now trying to figure out which fittings I should get. Are 1/8" npt fittings and 6 mm tube the usual size for connecting steam engines to an air source? Foun
rleonard
Aug 20, 2017

Thoughts on work holding. Everything starts with a foundation. The better the base, the better everything on top of it will be. This applies not only to our house and life in general, but directly