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Justin's Custom Woodworks, LLC

Listing #577   Listed on: 02/06/2008


Justin's Custom Woodworks, LLC
 
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Company Name:   Justin's Custom Woodworks, LLC
Contact Name:   Justin Anderson
Location:   Redmond, OR  
Year Founded:   2007
Sq. Footage:   1,800
Employees:   1
Gross Sales:   N/A
Website:   www.JustinsCustomWoodworks.com

Product Specialties:
    Cabinets - Cabinet Designers
    Cabinets - Cabinet Installers
    Cabinets - Closets and Storage
    Cabinets - Components
    Cabinets - Custom Cabinets
    Cabinets - General
    Cabinets - Kitchen & Bath Cabinets
    Cabinets - Residential Cabinetry
    Finishing - General Wood Finishing
    Furniture - Custom Furniture
    Furniture - Furniture Designers
    Woodworking - General

Shop Equipment:
    Delta - X5 Unisaw 3hp
    Delta - X5 6" joiner
    Delta - dust collector
    Dewalt - 13" Planer
    Other - Ridgid- spindle sander
    Other - Ryobi- Drill press
    Other - Rockler router table
    Other - Bosch routers
    Other - Turbinaire 1235GT HVLP system
    Other - Makita drills
    Other - Blum minipress
    FESTOOL - TS-55 saw
    FESTOOL - CT-22 vacumm
    Dewalt - 12" sliding compound miter saw
    Other - 5 hp compressor
    Castle - TSM-21 pocket hole cutter
    Ritter - 13 hole line borer
    Other - bosch onsite table saw
    Other - makita onsite 10" dual sliding compound miter saw
    Kreg - faceframe table



Viewer Comments:

Posted By: Frank Williamson     [02/07/2008]
Nice job Justin! Have any jobs you can show us? Keep up the clean shop, it is really important.


Posted By: Jack Lane     [02/08/2008]
Justin, That's a great looking shop! Do you have the Unisaw situated so you can run long boards out that window? If so we'll have to give that one A' for innovation. Good luck and best wishes for your new business.


Posted By: Tom Campbell     [02/10/2008]
Justin, nice clean setup do you do finishing in your shop as well? I have similar setup and finish in my shop. But it can be a pain to have down time when finishing one thing and not being able to work on something else. Oh well if thats my worst complaint I can live with it, your shop looks great and the best to you in your new venture.


Posted By: Justin     [02/10/2008]
Thanks guys for your input. no unfortunantly i didnt set it up so long stock could go out the window but i can rip a 10 footer if i wanted too. good idea though. And no i dont do any finishing in my shop. Right out those french doors in the 24' by 36' shop that i stain and finish.


Posted By: Raul S     [02/10/2008]
Nice looking shop there Justin...

My question is not about the lenght of the board that can be ripped but rather the width of the panel that can be cut.
With the Planer sitting where it is, can you rip a plywood panel then cross cut it?..

Other then that, I think you have done a swell job of setting up a small shop.

I hope you took some classes on business management. Probably the most important part of a business is being able to run the business side of things.


God bless.......
Raul S


Posted By: Justin     [02/10/2008]
ya the planer is on a rolling stand, so i just move it out of the way then cut away.


Posted By: corey martin     [02/12/2008]
Hey Justin,
I have a shop about the same size. Does your delta dust collector work well with all the duct work you have set up? I have the same one and wheel it around to every machine. Thanks corey




Posted By: Justin     [02/13/2008]
Oh Ya! i have plenty of suction to each machine, which is pretty amazing for a small dust collector such as the delta.


Posted By: jeremy talbot     [03/24/2008]
i know i'm seeing this late.how is the shop doing?


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