|Workshop by jack1||posted 03-07-2009 07:03 AM||1900 reads||1 time favorited||13 comments|
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I’m fortunate to have a part of a barn for my shop. The dimensions are 24’x36’ with a lean-to on each side. There is a 2nd floor on which I recently added an office/drawing room. It has a shower, commode, sink and hook ups for washer + dryer! The people before us lived in it while they built the house. I’ve added an AC for the summer and recently insulated the roof area. The lean-to on the left also holds 150 bales of hay for the horses as well as the truck and trash cans. There is 3 windows and a large RV style roll up door to bring in sheet goods.
I have all my major tools on wheels so that when not in use, they are up against the wall. That leaves me with plenty of floor space to assemble (I use a inexpensive conference table I got from Office Max with folding legs) as well as move large pieces of wood. I talked myself into a Milwaukee panel saw a few years ago and am glad I did. I don’t use it all the time but it sure beats having to bribe someone to help load 3/4” 4’X8’ oak sheets onto the table saw… I’m also kinda popular with other woodies when they have lots of sheets to cut. ;0) It is accurate to 1/32” or better if you take your time, nice tool.
I have more stuff on my website, www.jpnunes.net.
Thanks for looking.
-- jack -- ...measure once, curse twice!