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Home garage machine shop with CNC machines


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The current home to Precision Speed Products. This shop tour of my machine shop utilizing roughly 360 sq/ft of space of my home garage and the capabilities all nested into this small space. CNC machining, manual machining, welding and sawing.

below is a link to my links/product line along with the manufacturer website for the machines I have and some of the products I use.

HAAS Mini Mill 2
Prototrak knee mill
Clausing 5902
Kysor Johnson Model J





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  1. Nice shop Travis.
    I started my Automotive Machine shop in my two car garage over 38years ago.
    I ran my shop on a Arco rotary phase converter.
    Have Three phase now
    Transitioned into my current facilty 37 years ago.
    Starting out small is smart in my opinion.
    You have a very nice setup.
    I just subscribed to your channel.
    Take care, Ed.

  2. Nice shop, I have my own machine shop in my garage. It is tight I have two Haas mills in it. A mini mill 2 and a mini mill with a couple of proto Trak mills. Been wanting to get a Haas lathe. How do you like them and what kinda material you cutting on them?

  3. im in a similar boat.. smaller machines than yours , home business, 7 yrs, and yes you need to be a niche which is what many people dont realize when they want a home machining business. Im in airguns , which people find really odd ( who the hell uses pellet guns as an adult ?) . But the pneumatic parts I make have no direct competition in the US , so it works.

  4. As a retired machinist and welder, I'm envious. What a great setup. I believe that there's more advantages than disadvantages with a smaller workshop. Large overhead can be a killer. Investing that saved money into machine tools is very very very smart.

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