Double Workshop Build Blog #3: The mystery behind my workshop... and how to cover it up.

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Blog entry by StumpyNubs posted 07-07-2015 03:30 PM 1716 reads 1 time favorited 8 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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We are taking two 1 1/2 car garages and renovating them to become two workshops. One will be full of the best commercially made machines we can get, the other will be all homemade machines. And we’re filming the whole process for a weekly blog. The videos will be short, but full of good ideas you can use in your own shop.

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Arlin Eastman

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#1 posted 07-07-2015 03:44 PM


When you are done you can come to my place and put up a nice work shop for me and film the whole thing too. :)

-- Please help me help other Vets click..> is always the right time, to do the right thing.

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#2 posted 07-08-2015 12:21 AM


Good for you for preserving the history of the buildings. It’s important to preserve the connections to the people and places of our past.

-- Dean

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#3 posted 07-08-2015 06:08 AM

Thanks for sharing some of the history, and honoring it, Stumpy!

-- God bless, Candy

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#4 posted 07-08-2015 11:25 AM

Nice bit o history there

-- Roger from KY. Work/Play/Travel Safe. Keep your dust collector fed.

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#5 posted 07-09-2015 03:06 AM

Some years ago I found an Indian head penny under a window sill, which I lost in a chess game then won it back. It’s still in my kitchen drawer. I like to think I’m helping preserve a bit of history but really, I just like the penny—it’s almost as cool as that hundred+ year old siding. The shops are looking great!

-- The first cordless tool was a stick. The first power tool was a rock.

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#6 posted 07-11-2015 01:16 AM

I disagree with with the “floor mats” in a woodshop or in your case a studio. I say get the proper shoes; maybe some professional inserts. I’m Mike’s age and with proper shoes on concrete all day long ( also in the classroom).
Q: The house that you stripped ( at 1st I wasn’t sure if you and Mike were in Pontiac getting aluminum siding) of the ‘boards” Is this your current house. The reason that I ask is; it doesn’t look like the house where Chip got hosed down by Mike. ( I know it was water; you said- but we haven’t about Chip, McNugget, Puddles, Joy, Randy, and … )
Your episodes are “bomb”; even better than the series “Lost” ( ie the tattoo )

-- Desert_Woodworker

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#7 posted 07-11-2015 01:20 AM

The house in the video is actually my house, and the location of the workshop in most of the videos. The house where Chip got sprayed was Mustache Mike’s (where Chip lives). They actually moved last year to a different house, which is the location of the second workshop in the video- what will become the “homemade tool” shop.

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#8 posted 07-11-2015 03:10 AM

Thank you so much!

-- Desert_Woodworker

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