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  1. 20180715_161949.jpg

    20180715_161949.jpg

    This is what my shop floor looked like many months after we moved in. Why has it been many months without any action...because I had to do everything on my honey-do list first! You're looking at the raw sub-floor.
  2. walnutjerry

    Change comes with time

    I have found that nothing stays the same forever even includes light fixtures. I have 8' fluorescent 2 tube fixtures and have issues with 2 of them. One will not light up at all even after putting new tubes in. The other will only light up only one tube. I decided I would just replace the...
  3. 20180923_183226.jpg

    20180923_183226.jpg

    Subfloor after edges screwed down tight, seams sanded smooth, texture paint splatter scraped and sanded.
  4. bbrown

    workshop floor advice

    Hello folks. Any opinions about using white pine for a shop floor? I can get 800 SF of ship-lapped random-wide white pine (12 to 6 "widths) for $1000. The price for Yellow Pine for the same amount (but not as wide) would be $5,400. I split my time between VA and coastal Maine (and I work in...
  5. 0421181728g

    0421181728g

    My garage ... Woodshop in progress
  6. J

    2 Car Garage Dust Collection

    Hey Wood Wizards! New to the forums/site - pretty new to woodworking as well. I have a question that I think I know the answer to but I wanted opinions before I pulled the trigger. I currently run a 16gal shop vac with a dust deputy attached through the garage shop. Plug and playing every...
  7. Dust deputy cart

    Dust deputy cart

  8. Dust Deputy Cart

    Dust Deputy Cart

    Vertical Shop cart for Dust Deputy
  9. Dust Deputy Cart

    Dust Deputy Cart

    Vertical Shop cart for Dust Deputy
  10. B

    Table saw workstation from old table top

    Over the decades, I have had a number of tablesaws from jury-rigged to Delta Unis. Right now I am limited for space to a porch, and so went with a cheap Porter Cable one. For what I paid, it is okay, but I want 24" to the right of the blade and more space in front of the blade. So, I eyeballed...
  11. T

    Community woodshop ???

    Does anyone know of a member based, community woodworking shop anywhere in the NC area? ( Charlotte, Raleigh, Durham, Greensboro, Etc.)
  12. jrs

    HVAC in garage shop?

    It has been a while since I have posted... I have a shop in my garage - about half of a three-car garage, also shared with a car and lots and lots of storage. It isn't that often that I can actually do anything out there- it is way too hot in the summer, and barely bearable in the winter. The...
  13. J

    Anybody else have soggy shop?

    No significant damage or loss...mostly just a mess to clean up and some poorly placed cardboard boxes that will be headed for the trash soon. Seriously need to put in a french drain along the back side of my dilapidated old shop building. Anybody else suffer some flooding during the Great...
  14. Replacing the doors on some of my workshop doors with oak-framed pegboard d

    Replacing the doors on some of my workshop doors with oak-framed pegboard d

    Starting to hang some tools
  15. Replacing the doors on some of my workshop doors with oak-framed pegboard d

    Replacing the doors on some of my workshop doors with oak-framed pegboard d

    Before (original doors)
  16. Replacing the doors on some of my workshop doors with oak-framed pegboard d

    Replacing the doors on some of my workshop doors with oak-framed pegboard d

    After (new oak & pegboard doors)
  17. Shop construction

    Shop construction

    Footer dug and starting to for footers
  18. Tarhead

    Rust Alert Today

    Temps are predicted to be in the 70s today in the Piedmont. The dewpoint right now is 56. If your shop and tools are still cold (56 or lower) from last week's cold temps they will condense water and create dew from the warm humid air. If you need to open up your shop today, better heat it...
  19. hymie123

    Workshop lighting

    I've just about completed my pole building that will house my shop. The shop area is about 24' X 24' with several windows for natural lighting. I am wondering what would be the best lighting options and how many lights will I need to adequately light 600 SF? Jim
  20. Shop addition 2014

    Shop addition 2014

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