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Woodverine

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This is my wood shop. I added a lean-to onto my work shop and enclosed a storage structure with it. It just didn’t make sense for me to tear down a perfectly good structure and start from scratch. Its a decent size for the things I do and the best part is as I grow I change it into what I need. Any questions just hit me up.


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UncleBuck

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#1 posted 03-13-2018 08:21 PM

NICE

-- Terry Uncle Buck Carvins "woodworking minus patience equals firewood "

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01ntrain

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#2 posted 03-14-2018 01:46 AM

I noticed that in one of the pics, you’ve got an electric heater hanging from the ceiling. I’ve got an identical unit, but have never used it. How well does it heat your shop? Is it expensive to run?

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Monte Pittman

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#3 posted 03-14-2018 01:53 AM

Welcome to Lumberjocks

-- Nature created it, I just assemble it.

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jbay

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#4 posted 03-14-2018 02:07 AM

Sorry but it doesn’t look like a real woodworking shop.

There’s not a spec of sawdust on the floor, now get out there and make some dust….. LOL

Looks nice.

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Woodverine

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#5 posted 03-14-2018 03:21 AM



NICE

- UncleBuck


Thank you

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Woodverine

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#6 posted 03-14-2018 03:28 AM



I noticed that in one of the pics, you ve got an electric heater hanging from the ceiling. I ve got an identical unit, but have never used it. How well does it heat your shop? Is it expensive to run?

- 01ntrain


It does work well but I have to run the big fan to circulate the heat from the ceiling down. It can get expensive if run all the time but I also heat the shop shop up first with a propane torpedo heater. It does the job in about 10 to 15 min then I let the wall heater keep it at temp.

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Woodverine

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#7 posted 03-14-2018 03:31 AM



Welcome to Lumberjocks

- Monte Pittman


Thank you

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Woodverine

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#8 posted 03-14-2018 03:33 AM


Sorry but it doesn t look like a real woodworking shop.

There s not a spec of sawdust on the floor, now get out there and make some dust….. LOL

Looks nice
- jbay

Lol. Thanks

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moke

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#9 posted 03-14-2018 04:46 PM

Well if its true he who has the most stuff when he dies wins…....you win!!! Nice shop, lot of good tools and organization. Welcome to Lj’s!

-- Mike

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Woodverine

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#10 posted 03-16-2018 01:41 AM



Well if its true he who has the most stuff when he dies wins…....you win!!! Nice shop, lot of good tools and organization. Welcome to Lj’s
- moke

Lol Thanks Moke

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Woodverine

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#11 posted 03-16-2018 01:48 AM

Thanks everyone on the positive shop comments. I’m still working on more improvements. I guess that will actually never stop. I kind of adopted it from the Marine Corps “If your not moving forward, you are definitely in running reverse”.

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woodbutcherbynight

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#12 posted 03-22-2018 03:28 AM



Thanks everyone on the positive shop comments. I m still working on more improvements. I guess that will actually never stop. I kind of adopted it from the Marine Corps “If your not moving forward, you are definitely in running reverse”.

- Woodverine

Yeah ask him to tell you about this MONSTER miter saw build thing he has started. Calls me one night on the way home from work to help lift it upright. I thought I overbuild things…. Oh I do nevermind. LOL

-- Live to tell the stories, they sound better that way.

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