Here is a shot of the other end. I've just finished a couple of projects and the shop is all cleaned up, although it never gets as cluttered as some. The old bench under the little drill press was my first – construction lumber and particle board with a homemade vise. I made it back in college and I'm surprised I still have it.
Here is my spiffy cyclone. I noticed that a 30 gallon trash can was very nearly the same size as the Wood Magazine cyclone and required about 100 fewer little screws and doodads to put together. The filter is mounted inside the uptake tube in the cyclone making it very compact. Just pop the hose from blower intake to output to clean the filter. Oh, and put the shop vac on the blast gate above the TS/router table so the dust does not blow into the shop. The cyclone simply lifts off the bottom trash can and hangs on a nail in the wall while you empty it. This cyclone works very well, is no more expensive than a trash can lid "Cyclone", and you can build it in an easy afternoon. (More cyclone details)
You can see the scribbling of my 11 year old step-daughter in the dust
on the chair that I need to repair. Note the again fashionable peace sign!
With her bell bottoms it’s like I’m back in high school again.
Here is a picture of a home-made blade guard I recently added to my table saw. You can get more details here.