|Project by Jim Good||posted 12-21-2009 06:24 AM||10314 views||16 times favorited||56 comments|
Jim’s Shop – 20’x30’ interior, built on steel-reinforced concrete bases/columns to withstand the “big one” we’re likely to get someday), with big gluelams spanning the columns which in turn are connected by 2×12s. Used Hardee-board for the outside walls over green-cert plywood. Has a 5/4th plywood floor and interior plywood walls, now painted. Well insulated. Have an attic for storage, drying wood, and bunking grandchildren if I ever get any. A place for my grown kids to stay if their jobs go south. Have a 4.8KW solar system installed that should generate all the power I use and then some (yes, in Oregon, the sun does shine… more than you’d expect). I’m hoping to get set up over the winter, building lumber storage, a table for my miter say, an assembly table, a drafting table, cabinets, some rolling and some fixed, and a good dust control system. I ordered an Oneida V-300 which is supposed to be delivered tomorrow. I’ve worked up at least a dozen layouts for tools etc, and I hate to say it, but I should have built it bigger.