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Stick486

shop storage ideas...

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...a lot to consider for the eventual invasion/occupation of my garage into part of the basement...

 

A picture is worth a thousand words...or a thousand tools...

 

Thanks...

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thanks Nick...

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@Stick486

 

For the benefit of those who are interested or have not seen it, how about explaining what you did for the door rollers.

 

Edit: Ooops! I see that you covered it in the "continued post". ...as the Church Lady on Saturday Night Live used to say, "never mind".

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I think Stick missed the secret, unwritten, unpublished, undocumented Patriot rule for shop pictures- "No fair cleaning up the shop before taking pictures. It makes the rest of us look bad"

 

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Just when I think I have too much stuff.   Bookmarked this in case I need to show it to the wife.

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47 minutes ago, lew said:

I think Stick missed the secret, unwritten, unpublished, undocumented Patriot rule for shop pictures- "No fair cleaning up the shop before taking pictures. It makes the rest of us look bad"

 

;)

so...

I'm OCD about clean as I go and at of day put it away and clean some more...

this make you feel better???

 

 

BOSCH TS DC2.jpg

BOSCH TS DC1.jpg

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P7010003.2.JPG

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58 minutes ago, Stick486 said:

so...

I'm OCD about clean as I go and at of day put it away and clean some more...

this make you feel better???

 

 

BOSCH TS DC2.jpg

BOSCH TS DC1.jpg

P7010001.JPG

P7010003.2.JPG

 

 

 

Stick, I mean this in the kindest way but your table saw dust collector suck worse than mine! Those last two pictures show the biggest 14 x 16 shop I've ever seen!!

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15 minutes ago, lew said:

 

Stick, I mean this in the kindest way but your table saw dust collector suck worse than mine! Those last two pictures show the biggest 14 x 16 shop I've ever seen!!

the floor mess is from the router, not from the TS...

meters... for that one...

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6 minutes ago, HandyDan said:

Some really good ideas in those pictures.

thanks...

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Don't let MR Greed , err ----    GASS see that TS. He'll probably find a way to fine you for using it. :angry:

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