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Ed Twilbeck

New Studio layout

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With a problem hip I had to change my work layout. Removed the bandsaw, replaced wit a smaller lighter saw, moved the dust collector to left side more carving space. Still working on it, good so far.

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I wish my space was as clear and clean as this.    After 18years of no attention, I should perhaps get down to it, BUT there always seems so many more interesting things to do.    I was looking for some wood for a commission and found quite a few pieces of wood full of beetle, so they went out.   The first step????

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Nice space!

Very compact but looks efficient and bright.

I need position my space too.

Twenty-plus years of accumulation of tools in a barn, means Lots of stuff I can't find when I need it.

I'd rather be making than cleaning.

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I had  complet woodworking studio before Hurricane in 2005 ,lost a lot ,from a 20 X 30 ft studio, with 2 Decks ,to a 4 X 6ft closet in a retirement apartment building. From large works to hand held works , all is good. Instead of tree trunks and limbs, to a box of exotic pen blanks and small blocks of basswood , walnut ,butter etc,,, It is still a good way to work my art. 

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