I'm fascinated with how different people make things. Here we have a group of people from around the world who have a love of making things and building and using CNC machines. With the possible exception of a young guy in a city apartment that means you have someplace to work besides the kitchen table or living room floor. We all call them our workshop no matter where they are or how the rest of the family see the space. They may call it a basement or garage or utility room or just a closet, but to us it's our "Holy of Holies", our inner sanctum, the place we block out the cares of the day and join hands with makers, builders and creators through the ages. Well, perhaps that's a bit too far - But not too far. Therefore in order to share a bit about how I work I'm going to start things off with 2 of my 3 work areas. I'll follow that up with my third worksapace. I don't do much there that has anything to do with CNC. That space is a 30x50' building that houses my pottery. Yes, from the lowest of all hand crafts to high tech homebuilt CNC's. Some days I never know which millennia I will wake up in. Due in no small part to a very tolerant wife, I can bridge the gap. Or at least I try. How about sharing your special place with the rest of us and pictures tell the tale.