Apr 2014 298 posts Washington


Some information about my workshop:

*Unisaw (Merlin splitter, Jet kick-down roller table, Excalibur over-arm dust extractor-guard, Unifence, 52" bed, I-BOX Box Jig, Cove cutting jig, Incra Miter Fence, Grizzly tenon jig, misc. blades, including shaping and dado blades)
*Powermatic 14" band saw (tension release, bearing blade back-ups / Carter Stabilizer, 2" to 36" circle cutting jig, log jig, extension table. . . )
* Bosch contractors (site) saw with gravity rise base
* Bosch 10" slidding, compound miter
* Dewalt 10" compound miter
* Porter Cable Saw Boss circular saw
* Dewalt 7-1/4" Hybrid circular saw
* Skill worm drive
* Makita Cordless circular saw
* PC bayonet saw
* Makita cordless bayonet saw

* Porter Cable P60 6" jointer
* Delta 13"planer

* Porter Cable 48" belt, 12" disk sander
* Jet 6" random orbit spindle sander
* Delta 1" x 42" belt sander
* Porter Cable 3"x21" & Dewalt 3" x21" belt sander
* Fein Multimaster
* Dewalt, Porter Cable and Makita 1/4 sheet sanders
* Porter Cable random orbit, variable speed sander, polisher
* Porter Cable random orbit, variable speed sander
* Milwaukee variable speed grinder (all the usual grinding disks & misc. granite router bits and polish pads)
* Foredom Dremel-Carver

* Delta 6" Grinder
* Delta 23-710 1/5 hp Wet/Dry Sharpening Center (only two stars)
* Edge Pro Knife Sharpener
* _________ buffer

* Router Crafter with single speed 690 Porter Cable
* Jet Over-Arm Pin Router running a Dewalt 2-1/4 hp variable speed router (plunge base shelved)
* Router table with Bench Dog lift, Freud fence and a PC 3-1/2 hp, variable speed router
* Colt and PC Laminate trimmers, Trend plunge router-die grinder, Hitachi 3-1/2hp plunge router, PC 690 variable speed with standard, D-Handle & plunge base, PC 2-1/2hp plunge router
* Dado jig

* Drills (standard & hammer), impacts,
* Drivers - Panasonic, Makita and Dewalt (drywall)
* Ridged floor model drill press

* 10" tile saw

* Sandblaster (for glass etch)

* 24" knife plotter for cutting stencils

* Misc. opaque projectors

* Makita and PC Compressors

* PC Framing and brad nailers, Pasload brad nailer, pin nailer, misc. staplers, siding nailer

* Remington nailer (25 cal)

* Jet 1-1/2 hp vortex dust collector with a canister filter following a Super Dust Deputy Cyclone; Jet 3 hp, 4 bag system (1 micron) following a trash can separator (again, for now); , a 16 gallon vac and a 2 gallon vac running off a Dust Deputy.

Part of a 30 x 60 garage (I'm trying to take over the remaining portions, but my wife is very sneaky).

A few details about me:

I am Imagination Unincorporated. When you run that name, I'll, pretty much, be your first hits. Unfortunately, what you will find is only a fraction of my efforts.

I take up housekeeping in the country called The State of Washington. More specifically, I'm in the eastern actually, central) portion. When you get to a place from which places you about one hour from five cities, all located degrees apart on a map, you're probably near my back door.

Wood, of course! Even more so if it's combined with granite, glass and mirror (etched and other). I'll even do a bit of carpentry, if it means improving the layout of my shop or home.

I enjoy dabbling a little in electrical and would enjoy getting back to some electronics, but there is only so much time.

Call it a hobby, but it's a serious one. I enjoy holding unruly public servant's feet to the fire and, since I was in administrative law for several years, I'm, occasionally, quite good at it.

Woodworking Experience (Years)
40ish years


Martin Sojka

Welcome Kelly, looking forward to see your creations here.

-- Martin Sojka, https://woodworkingweb.com


Welcome from East of you. spokane valley.