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CavRecon

4 posts in 1918 days


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St. Peters, MO 63376
United States

Our three car garage is unique in that it is only two bays wide, but the left bay is also twice as deep as a normal one. This created a large L-shaped space that would be perfect for a truck with a boat or something else that can be parked in tandem.

I threw up a quick & dirty wall with 6’ pocket doors and created a nice little 14’-8” x 23’-8” shop. While not a giant space (who doesn’t want a bigger shop?) this is certainly a nice area with a window, a door out the back and enough space for what I try to do.

The photo is a somewhat distorted attempt at a panoramic view. The center of the image ended up being the surplus cabinet/countertop that I use for a sharpening station. The deeper aspect of the shop is to the left side, where you see my Delta Contractor Saw and outfeed table.

-- Andy ["Do what you can with what you have, where you are.", Teddy Roosevelt]


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redryder

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#1 posted 953 days ago

Well, besides your good looking work area, the 360 virtual tour is pretty cool. Haven’t seen a shop tour like that before….......

-- mike...............

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helluvawreck

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#2 posted 952 days ago

Andy, you have areal nice work space. Congratulations.

helluvawreck
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CavRecon

4 posts in 1918 days


#3 posted 952 days ago

Thanks for the nice comments, guys. It’s a modest shop, but a place to play & learn. Maybe more importantly, it gets me away from this computer for awhile. :)

I tried the PhotoSynth as a good way to give a more immersive view of things. None of the still shots really captured it all. Glad you were able to view it & liked it.

-- Andy ["Do what you can with what you have, where you are.", Teddy Roosevelt]

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