This is the last part in this blog about my shop construction. The following pictures show a few last stages on the completion of the building. Some of the pictures show some of the machines as they were being uncrated or shortly after the crates were hauled out. The last two pictures show the building after it had been completed. The last four pictures of the equipment shows the machines as they were shot looking toward the machinery from each corner.
Of course now the important work begins. The shop is not completed until it is set up and everything is in it’s place. There will be some cabinets and carts built, a lumber rack built, clamp racks, and other pieces of equipment. And of course we can’t forget all of the jigs, fixtures, and work stations. But all of those things will be in a blog about the shop itself and this one has been a blog about the construction of the building. I hope that soon I can put up my first post on the blog about setting up my shop.
The next four pictures shows what the machinery looks like after most of the crates and boxes were hauled away. A few of the pieces of equipment may be moved to another spot but this is close to the setup I had in mind.
The following two pictures depict the way the completed building looks.
I appreciate all of you reading this blog about the construction of the shop building and I hope that you will read my blog about the setting up of my shop which is coming soon. Thanks
-- If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music which he hears, however measured or far away. Henry David Thoreau