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If it works for you don't change it.
I am going through a rationalization in my small shop (shed 14x10) in order to be able to do some work. I use to have a contractors saw and I couldn't move inside. I have just bought a Bosch 4100-09 TS with the "gravity" stand and that helped a lot. I insulated the walls and I am puting insulated tarps covering the roof. With a small electric heater it gets pretty cozy, taking into consideration that I live in Canada.
All these chalenges makes woodworking more interesting.
This looks like my shop, I build some nice things in my spot in the world!
wow.......intervention!.........thats like my mind most of the time
And yet you probably know where everything is!
Ha! You'd be a perfect candidate for a Workshop Hoarder reality show. :-)
i had to show my wife this one.
she thought i was a loner.
I love it!
My shop get trashed and a couple time a year I have to muck it out. I tend to be a pack rat too.
I will often have a bunch of tools out, and can't find the one I need...Then I know its time to put everything away....Thats when I find the tool I was looking for.
Back to work...
Yes, mine looks just like that too and up until a couple years ago I knew where everything was at. Now I have to go get my glasses first.
I love it Czappa - looks like my Garage shop which I can only use late April to October because I live in Canada so I have no heat and lots of cold LOL
Stacked to the rafters with my stuff on one side and my wife's stuff on the other LOL about 220 sq feet to work in, everything but the 6 foot bench is on wheeels so I can roll it out of the garage on a sunny day
Go on a lumber run with Matt Kenney and he'll show you how he reads a stack of lumber to help him find the perfect board
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