Here is the shop building.It is 24×30 and is metal skinned with 2 ½ diameter steel tube framing with the structural tubes on 60 inch centers. The front wall with the garage door is framed and covered on the inside with plywood and on the out...
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When I last left off I had moved my shop to the garage and started doing projects. Then my wife Linda started looking for a job out of state. Soon she was interviewing in North and South Carolina and in Tennessee. Meanwhile, I started deciding ...
With the move to the garage I planned on making a lot of stuff but got bogged down in making fixtures. The first thing I made was a saw sled for crosscutting boards square and without a lot of tear out. I used a ¾ thick piece of shop ply from a ...
When last I left off I had moved my Table saw to the garage. I don’t know about your garage, but my garage was filled with household items and didn’t leave much room for any kind of wood working. By band saw, drill press and sander were against ...
A few years ago I became interested in wood working again. It was probably after I bought a Craftsman table saw from a neighbor for $25. I already had a band saw, a drill press and a sander. But my previous foray was interrupted by a divorce, ma...