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It all started when I bought a new jet Table saw. I thought I should Finally dry wall my shop. Sooo after about 3 months of working on weekends I finally got it done. Now I am in the process of putting things back and making new storeage cabinets etc. More photos to follow
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jr64 Thanks It was a lot of hard work but I think it will be worth the effort. Thanks for your kind words
Looks nice, the white walls will help with lighting. I hope you enjoy your shop.
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