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setting up the new shop #7: oops i forgot storage

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Blog entry by thedude50 posted 1025 days ago 750 reads 0 times favorited 0 comments Add to Favorites Watch
« Part 6: sound abound and shelves and a pair of clamp racks Part 7 of setting up the new shop series Part 8: the shed goues up »

as always i forget something in my projects. this project is setting up a working full-time furniture shop. This has left me with a bunch of things that need to be stored in a shed I have decided to make a 10×12 shed its the largest the building code allows with out inspection. I will use a barn style roof and this will give me a loft in half to 3/4 of the size of the shed I will be placing things like Xmas boxes and stored household goods and all the garden tools and the bicycle collection of my son in law in this shed as well as my home building tools and my tile saws and things i don’t use often. The shed will look like a little red barn when done and it will empty my shop of junk and things i don’t know where to put. This project begins the day after tomorrow and will progress quickly as possible i want the frame up in a weeks time and then the roof in a weeks time. This project was not in the budget but must be done to have the room i need to start working on a daily basis in my shop. once this is done the shop will need lighting and dust collection plumbing as well as compressed air to get to work i fear this will use the money i was going to use to buy a saw stop. major bummer .

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