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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 06-22-2013, 03:28 PM Thread Starter
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And built my new workshop it is double the size of my old one
work started on the 20th May
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Can we say "I'm envious" here???
very nice...

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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That is very nice I like all the natural light I am jealous
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Can we say "I'm envious" here???
very nice...
I prefer "I hate you".

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Drool,,,,,,but I don't see any sawdust......

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Looks like you are ready to go Roger. I wish I had more room in my shop.

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Thanks for all the comments guys I am well pleased with the result of my hard work designing and building it, there is still some work to be done outside to tidy up.
James study the last pic the very large chunk of cherry on the lathe and the shavings on the floor, by the time the bowl was done I was ankle deep in them and they filled two plastic sacks (forgot to take pic before cleaning up)
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Ok, you got me there......LOL

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Roger --- NICE!!! Count me as another green with envy
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Great Job Roger, I like the outlet plugs up on the ceiling nice touch, also with the building being up are there plans for future dust collection pipes under and out the way or going on top with drops to certain areas? I do like the shop layout looking good

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