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After ten years of working in a cramped 360-ft. space, Gochnour decided it was time for a change. He took the summer off and expanded his garage shop. He vaulted the ceiling and added windows, a door, and more space. Join the Murray, Utah, woodworker on a shop tour and see what he did with the place.
Read more about Gochnour’s shop expansion in an article from FWW #141.
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