And while we are at the wood lathe, here is my woodturning installation.
I had very little space to install my wood lathe, and here is how I organized my small footprint woodturning shop :
(sorry for the mess, I just took the picture early in the morning, didn't take time to vacuum and tidy up ...)
There are three shelves and a magnetic white board in the center, with a neon lamp above.
On the left, the shelf for the drills, chuck, live centers. It is just thick trays, with holes to receive the tools.
On the right side, the panel has boxes, to mainly store the different grits of sand paper. Different wires are also hanging there (the thinnest is a mandolin string). It is for burning black lines on the spinning wood.
I like to keep those coat hangers with plastic clamps to hang paper sheets with plans or models that inspire me ...
In the center, there is a central shelf to put ... all the rest ... and below to hang different tools that serve frequently : chuck key, mallet, etc ...
Little Quizz : does anyone knows why I have this collection of spanners hanging in front of the wood lathe ?