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Forging and Lapidary

trim saw

The trim saw is on the rolling cart to the left (covered with plastic), and, there's that hydraulic press that belongs on the bench in picture #2. Those plastic boxes on the bench top have lots of rough stones and slabs in them.

As much of a tool junkie as I am, I'm probably even more of a stone junkie. Those are shelves of stones on the left wall and the wall above the sink (picture #4) is full of more stones and slabs. There are more boxes of the stuff in almost every nook and cranny in this room.

On the shelves above this bench are several vibrating rock tumblers and some more, you know - stuff! Display materials for when I do art shows, storage bottles for acids, old junk jewelry I can't throw away, gift bags and even an old antique lamp shade I thought I might use in my show booth some day.

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