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Discussion in 'The Taxidermy Industry' started by socalmountainman, Apr 6, 2020.
I'm either good or cheap...I'm trying to determine which, LOL!
It seemed like a lot of room until I moved in.
Buy no means a shop, just my garage and my version of a bird flesher. I was given a motor it turns at 1725 rpm and is .33 hp. The white plastic is cut from a 55 gal drum. I'm currently in the process of trying my first mount ( full strut turkey). I am worried if this setup will be to powerful for a turkey skin?? Any opinions would be appreciated!! Pic of the first full fan done on the flesher. Also trying to post pics for the first time, I hope they downloaded with this post. Great thread as picture and idea's go a long way!! Thanks!!
You guys are lucky to have a nice set-up. 35 years in the same dungeon/basement.
I agree. I don't have a dungeon/basement, but I do have my back porch/storage room/shop. lol
Well, I completed most of the work on the remodel and it has made a tremendous difference in space and flow. Only thing left to do is the double sink.... tannery finally shipped and deer season opens soon so it may be next spring before I have time again (lol)!
Very nice and organized. I like it.
OH crap!!!!!!! you really should delete that photo with the boar form in it!! It "appears" like it has not one, but two nooses hanging in your shop! Good God man if this gets into the wrong hands the taxidermy industry will be outlawed!! By the way.... that's a nice shop!!
Joe that shop looks great but too clean and organized. Careful showing a beam and fleshing knifes somebody may tell you that you are using out dated crap.
socal, there is no way I would be able to find anything if my shop was like yours. I can't find anything unless I'm fishing through a pile of other things I will eventually need. How do you do it?
Sometimes I hang turkeys (by their feet)!
That's just gonna get PITA on our butts...it never ends