The workshop has undergone many rearrangements over the last year or so. I find that a "Maker's Spaces" is in a perpetual state of improvement. I wish we used the space more to be honest. I travel for work a lot and the last year or so has been very hectic. Some health issues have taken some attention as well. My son's interest has shifted from making things for the time being, which is fine. He needs to figure out what he wants to do. I suspect he will come back around to his makers roots at some point, even if just for fun. Right now he has been busy rewriting his website and has started an online journal. I updated the link on the main page. Check out his website. He built it all by code (I don't understand exactly what that entails because I use GoDaddy's software for this one)
I find that both the spaces get messy very quickly, if they are used or not. Things tend to pile up and, next thing know, the floor is covered. It's not easy with such a small space. I've set a goal to complete one project per month this year and do a post about it.
The front section of the shop has had some updates, and I will be posting about them. I've been working on the drill press and got the welder working properly. I also rebuilt the handheld bandsaw and purchased a stand for it from Harbor Freight. (which is super useful by the way)
The front section has been dominated by my son's go-kart rebuild, which is partially complete. Yes... I'm sure you have noticed a trend here. Lots of partially finished projects. Thats the other goal ;-)
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