Discount: Shop-Vac 9066100 Disposable Collection Bag for 5-8 Gallon Vacs 3-Pack

Shop-Vac 9066100 Disposable Collection Bag for 5-8 Gallon Vacs 3-Pack

Shop-Vac 9066100 Disposable Collection Bag for 5-8 Gallon Vacs 3-Pack
Includes for 3-Pack –

  • Compatible with 5 to 8 gallon vacs that have side inlets only

List Price: $ 17.99

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Question by Claire: Woodworking shop tips or ideas?
Hi everyone!
I’ll be getting a woodworking shop built soon, (sooo excited!!) and I want to know your favorite idea or tip for setting up a wood shop. Storage, benches, power tools, safety… you name it!!

Best answer:

Answer by icemanoe3
large work area…. design to your specifications. i know its not much help but thats all i can say.

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    • toolman
    • May 1, 2013

    Build as big as you can. There is no such thing as too much storage space.

    • Potentate
    • May 1, 2013

    Lucky you! You’re getting you own workshop! I very much like Norm Abrams workshop setup in his show New Yankee Workshop. Go ahead and tour his, you might pick up some good ideas. Congratulations on your workshop and happy woodworking!

    • Sandyspacecase
    • May 1, 2013

    I have two suggestions. 1) Install a Dust Collector 2) install an overhead heater that has the option of having just the fan with no heat, or with heat. I work out in my workshop and am always wishing for those things.Along with more storage space. Make sure you have plenty of lighting and electrical outlets that are GFI. Byee

    • bill b
    • May 1, 2013

    Think about installing a dust collection system to all your stationary machines.
    Find a good design on the web for board storage, rather than leaning material up against the walls.
    Good, non glare lighting, especially over saws and jointers, so you don’t have to bend over and squint to see your pencil marks.
    A properly sized ventilation fan will save you some nasty headaches when you are staining.
    If it’s a separate building, make sure it has adequate heat, preferably not a forced air system [which will stir up sawdust right after you put the last coat of urethane on that walnut dressing table you just spent 50 hours on]. Concrete slab heat is best, if applicable.

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