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Take a tour through 'Ol Daves Woodshop
When I first decided to create the 'Ol Dave's Woodshop web site, I thought it would be kind of neat to just let you all take a tour of my shop.  My shop is probably like most of your shops.......undone, incomplete, under equipped, not quite like you want it to end up, or something close to one of these statements.   If we never show anyone what our shop looks like until it's perfect or near perfect, no one will ever get to see it cause it'll never be done!  Besides, this isn't an online MBA woodshop course so anything goes as long as it works for you!  We can however.... share what we do have, let others see where we are now, how we got there (with perhaps a story or two), and where we might like to end up......stuff like that! 

I'm excited to share what I have with you all and I hope that you enjoy the tour through 'Ol Dave's Woodshop.  By the way, if you would like to share your workshop, woodshop or fine woodwork with the world, E-Mail me your story and supporting woodworking shop pictures and we'll make sure it gets put on our "Shop Tours" pages.

 Ready?.....................Take The Tour of 'Ol Dave's Shop! 

North Wall
South Wall
East Wall

You might want to take a Tour of the following shops, too!

Want to see something really cool?  Take a tour of Norm Abram's New Yankee Workshop.  This is a  page to his website where you can take a peek at individual sections of the shop but also a panoramic view of his shop as well.  (Note:  If you have a slow connection to the net, the panoramic viewing could take quite a while to download before you can view it).
Steve's Woodshop - Take a tour of Steve's Woodshop.  Steve moved to the U.S. from England in 2005, met and married his wife in Oklahoma and began settiing up his shop.  Steve's shop is a bit like mine.....made up of some pieces of older equipment with the full intention of upgrading to newer stuff down the road.  Steve is actually in the process of moving and says that his shop is going to change as well but the shop tour of his old shop can be seen here.  Quite an interesting story!
David Noftz's Modern Workshop Website - Check out Dave's workshop which has been under a major reconstruction as of late.  He has some neat struff and even neater in the way that he has kept it clean looking and organized.  Dave's web site is set up as a weblog and podcast site which is also very cool!  There's lots of great looking photos and even more interesting reading throughout his web site.  Check it out, if you're a woodworker you won't be sorry.
Jack Loganbill's Woodshop Tour - Jack has very well written documentation that is complete with layout drawings and related photographs of both his original and current shop layouts on his "The Woodshop" web site.  Jack goes into great detail about why he settled in on the current shop layout and the reasoning behind some of the tool locations.  This is very interesting reading folks.  Take a look!
Bill Pound's Woodshop Tour - Bill's 22' X 22' garage shop is very well laid out.  It differs from most in that most of his main pieces of equipment are grouped together in the center of the shop.  Bill says that this arrangement works out well for him for the type of work that he typically finds himself doing.  His shop tour pages are very neatly done. Check it out!
Alfred Hoffmann's Shop Tour -  Take a complete tour of this shop.  Alfred is in his 70's and takes his woodworking seriously as you will soon see during the tour.
Scott Johnston's Shop Tour - A great space saving shop out of which some absolutely beautiful projects have been and are being produced.  You're invited to take the tour!
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