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Old 03-05-2018, 02:35:07 PM
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Default Line Shaft Woodworking Shop Video

I'm not sure how he powers this shop. A photo in Fine Woodworking magazine showed a vertical steam engine.

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Default Re: Line Shaft Woodworking Shop Video

At 1:05, 4:55 & 7:01 there is a red engine. The view at 4:55 looks like a vertical steam engine judging from the piping to the engine but I do not see a belt in this view. There appears to be a pulley near the ceiling that lines up with the engine pulley.

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Default Re: Line Shaft Woodworking Shop Video

I have went and toured the shop. pretty amazing setup. Be careful if you are tall though. I felt like I was going to be scalped with all the belts. He has a vertical steam engine that can run it, but has an electric motor just to use when its for himself. The steam engine he fires when he shows it off.
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Default Re: Line Shaft Woodworking Shop Video

True........there is a 3phase motor behind the wall. The steam engine is there, but the boiler he has is insufficient to keep it running, plus it's a whole new level of stuff to keep track of.

Bob's a nice guy, a very talented woodworker, and his happy to show off his shop to those who appreciate such things. His shop is about 20 minutes away from me, and I have brought several tours out there over the years.

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