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Jackson Custom Woodworks

Listing #196   Listed on: 03/24/2006


We specialize in mid to high end custom residential cabinets.

Major Shop equipment:
SCMI Alfa32 beam saw
SCMI Basic2 Edgebander
Vitap 2 row line borer
Delta RT40 table saw
Dustek 10hp central dust collector
shop built dedicated dado groover
Porter Cable 552 pocket hole machine
Mepla hinge borer
Devilbiss spray booth
Graco AAA paint sprayer
Caterpillar 8000# forklift
24ft cargo trailer
 
Finished parts ready to assemble
Rotary door finishing stand (lazy suzan, foot operated)
Line Borer
chop saw station
Nellie Belle (1972 Caterpillar forklift)
Flammable storage cabinets
Finishing racks
Dedicated dado groover
Delta table saw
Beam saw station
Edgebander
Company Name:   Jackson Custom Woodworks
Contact Name:   Gordon Jackson
Location:   Covington, LA  70433
Year Founded:   1999
Sq. Footage:   4,000
Employees:   6
Gross Sales:   900
Website:   www.jacksoncustom.com

Product Specialties:
    Cabinets - Residential Cabinets

Shop Equipment:



Viewer Comments:

Posted By: RH     [03/25/2006]
Very nice!

Finally a person that understands this forum.

This is a show you shop forum, and not show your work! As most of the people in this forum do


Posted By: dcw     [03/25/2006]
Very cool. Can you explain a little more about your dado machine?
Thanks!


Posted By: Gordon Jackson     [03/25/2006]
It is basically an old belt drive table saw underneath. The power feeder is a Grizzly. We fixed the fence at 3/4" and the blade is 1/4" stacked set dado. We run the parts right off of the edgebander.


Posted By: Jack     [03/26/2006]
Gordon
Nice shop! I still owe you lunch and will stop by soon to see this place in person.


Posted By: Anurag     [04/02/2006]
You Have got yourself a nice shop, Gordon.Don't you find your finishing racks a bit cramped??


Posted By: Gordon Jackson     [04/02/2006]
The spacing on the racks is 5" its just hard to tell from the pic. They are on rollers so we can roll them in and out of the booth.


Posted By: walter wallace     [04/10/2006]
A very nice shop you have done a lot of work, i am hoping mine will look half as good.


Posted By: Rob     [04/18/2006]
Gordon,
Nice shop. I like the finishing racks. Is that metal pipe or PVC for the supports?


Posted By: Gordon Jackson     [04/18/2006]
The tubes are 1/2" electrical conduit. The uprights are 2x6. We have tried different spacing and the best seems to be 5" between each rack.


Posted By: Jp meier     [08/04/2006]
Gordon thanks for all the help and your advice to view this sight


Posted By: John     [11/27/2006]
I notice the Fire Extinguisher near the Flamables, Will You be able to get to it during a Fire?
AWESOME Shop


Posted By: Gordon Jackson     [11/27/2006]
Thanks, John. We have since moved the storage cabinets away from the door. It still might be a good idea to move the fire extinguisher to a better location.


Posted By: Luke Vickery     [08/23/2007]
Nice beam saw! We have one also.


Posted By: alejandro cota     [05/10/2013]
Estoy interesado en la sierra seccionadora y en el taladro multiple.


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