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Ok so here goes a dirty shop y'all wanted to see and that is what you will get. I only totaly (or nearly totally) clean the shop once a year when I have the turning club in and this is not that time. In the middle of turning offering plates and have extra wood for that just in case. This is just inside the door. Door is on the right. Bookshelf converted to sales rack now is a drying rack. That multicolor unit on the left is salvaged cash drop boxes from drugstore tilled together and wheels added. Jet 1642 in the background and the backside of main turning station. Continue to the left now is the rest of the drying racks and stereo is behind that insulator. Computer provides music from my files. These drawer units are from Drugstore as well as several more base units on these two walls. The knee hole provides a carving and burning station. More of the wall with upper cabinets carry into the corner. The large cabinet has shelf with clear plastic cover for screws. In the foreground is my finishing station . Will take a lot of cleaning before I can do any spraying. This should have been two pics. In the middle is my workbench and behind it is the CMS station with drawer units underneath it and large clamps stores above and to the left of it . Oh and my two gigantic Pioneer floor speakers. To the right wall begins wood storage with flatstock. Those red , orange and green colors in the middle of photo are my Kbody, and other brands of of assorted clamps. Now for the Performax 16 32 and the Ridgid ROS/belt sander. Just under the PSI arm is the Craftsman 6 inch antique joiner. On the next wall is turning blanks . A better view of some the items seen in previous shot. Grinding station with scroll saw stored (hardly ever use that) , drill press and bandsaw. To the right you can barely see the top of the Dust Deputy. Now a prime view of the router station covered in turning blanks. More turning wood and the Delta lathe covered up. Now for the final my turning station . The drawer units in back were built to go under the lathes till I discovered it was easier to stack and not have to bend so much . Behind these drawers is another flatwood rack on wheels. Lighting is on 5 separate switches , mostly based on workstations.