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My 2nd floor shop
First shop was addtion to 22×22 Garage it was 22×17. Out grew so in 2002 went up friend put on 2nd floor and roofed it . I finished the rest, siding, insilation ,electrical and drywall took over a year (after work job). 11″ ceiling final dimensions 24x 39, air line all around shop oneida dust collector ( they helped with placement of piping and sizes), all free with purchase. Love the space.
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Tool cabinet a takeoff of Chris Becksvoort's from Fine Woodworking issue #153 His wall mounted mine free standing. But not on wheels.
Great tool cabinet! Did you design that yourself and is it on wheels?
I envy all the space you have, nice shop.
Just posted a picture of the hoist that I used to lift all my machines to 2nd floor . I have a 4" I beam that pivots away from wall with a 1 ton chain hoist and a 300 lbs. electric hoist all worked pretty well. Electric hoist used to lift plywood 4x8 sheets.
Great space! How did you get your equipment up to the second floor?
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