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Offline Mahomo59

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New workshop space.
« on: March 22, 2015, 04:25 AM »
New workshop space, very excited it's about 11m x 5.5m. Has upstairs too which is about 2/3 of down stairs. Just threw my stuff in today. Measured up for more work at existing customers house and took more pics of alcove units fully finished. Morrells waterborne pigmented lacquer colour matched to F&B sprayed with their 3 stage turbine unit, really really impressed with it so much better than my old Earlex 5000.

Hoping to spend some time in there in the very near future and getting the place sorted.

Apologises if you've already seen alcove units, nearly completed.

Midi, TS55, 2x 1400 rail, Kapex, UG stand, Carvex 420, EHL65, ETS125, Domino df500 Cleaning kit...

Offline VW MICK

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Re: New workshop space.
« Reply #1 on: March 22, 2015, 04:29 AM »
Nice workshop space .would love something that size

Nice built ins too

Offline Iceclimber

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Re: New workshop space.
« Reply #2 on: March 22, 2015, 08:27 AM »
Pretty sweet..

Kapex, MFT/3, MFT, CMS VL, 1400, TS75, Carvex420, CXS, DTS 400, Midi, CT36, RO90 and a bunch of other little junk and accessories it would be nuts to get into listing..

Offline Tinker

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Re: New workshop space.
« Reply #3 on: March 22, 2015, 09:00 AM »
Nice job on the built in and cabinet.

I like the new space. The long dimension of my shop is same as narrow dimension of your downstairs shop space.

Your cabinet gave me an idea.  I had bought a couple 4x8 sheets of T111 to build bat houses for my daughter.  Her LL decided to raise asking price for the house and daughter did not agree to the terms.  She moved into an apartment and no longer has use for the bathhouses (unless of course she come up with plans to put away her father  [scared]) Luckilly, the entrance to the storage space for the plywood got snowed in, as it will probably continue for the next several months  [unsure])

I rearranged my shop yesterday with help of grandson.  without removing any of my toys, I have ended up with more useable floorspace.  GS & I can actually move around between the power toys and benches without having to back away to make travel space.  We can actually work on same side of MFT's at same time. We might have to move a bench or two to a slightly different spot when two of us work together, but >>> we can WALK around my MFT's and still have room to run SCMS, router table and (bench) sanders all at same time. Of course, I don't have enough electric outlets; but those will happen when my electrician can get into the shop without having to walk thru 3 feet of snow.  I guess that will be sometime in July  ::)
Wayne H. Tinker