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Has anyone given any thought on making a htread to post a guided tour of their shop so show others?

I think it would be a cool way of sharing ideas on shop layout and shw casing your workshop.


Make a video and then post it to doownload. Is this possible?
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Hi Dan,

Not a video, but here is a photo tour of mine.

http://s107.photobucket.com/albums/m292/bnoles616/Shop/
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Oh, crap. That means I have to vacuum, dust, and all that stuff.

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Very nice I can't wait to retire and move out to an acerage and build my own shop 32x32 with all the fixings

Nice and organized.
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Oh, crap. That means I have to vacuum, dust, and all that stuff.
Vacuum?Dust? I just take the leaf blower and out the door it goes.
Or on the wife's' car.

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I like your thinking Mike
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HI Mike

I do it the same way but if she gave me a bad time, I roll her windows down just b/4 I fire up the leaf blower then I say O sorry about that..

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HI Mike

I do it the same way but if she gave me a bad time, I roll her windows down just b/4 I fire up the leaf blower then I say O sorry about that..

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hahahahahahaha

bobj, this stops a lot of the backtalk doesnt it?
im sure its no fun to sit in sawdust and grit the next day.

i like you try to be accomodating, but we can always find ways to retribution, lol

but i also know you have no problem with that.

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Gents you have it all wrong. Just tell her the mechansim to roll the tablesaw is broke and you can not move it and hence she can no longer park it in the garage because of the space requirment of the saw.

It has worked nicely for me thus far!
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You guys better watch it, she may be reading this!
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