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  • #16
    Re: Let's see where you do some of your best work at home

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    Here is my work shop. Its 20x30 .

    Huck

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    • #17
      Re: Let's see where you do some of your best work at home

      Now, is that a separate building as your shop or is it like a 1½ car garage? Or maybe similar to a 2 car garage with only one overhead door.
      That OH door leads to the other half of the garage where I store my wood, welding machine,
      plasma arc, torch, etc. The whole building is ~24'x48', half of which is the wood shop.
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      • #18
        Re: Let's see where you do some of your best work at home

        Originally posted by Bob D. View Post


        That OH door leads to the other half of the garage where I store my wood, welding machine,
        plasma arc, torch, etc. The whole building is ~24'x48', half of which is the wood shop.
        Nice!!


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        • #19
          Re: Let's see where you do some of your best work at home

          My modest 12x20 shop; I have my wife to thank for getting it built, it was her suggestion. Was fortunate that I did so, as I got laid off a year ago and retired, so I spent a LOT of time in the shop.

          Workbench is from Norm's plans with some mods of my own, shelves, etc. Everything is a work in progress.

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