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Stick486

shop storage ideas...

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wanna conserve a boat load of space...
make sliding door cabs ...
use the base as a service trunk for DC, electric and air...
use the doors as wall space... 16' of wall gives you 16' of storage and 12' of wall.....
there no swinging doors that need to be allowed for.. (more floor space)..
set the table out where you can work on/from it...
this satellite shop it has a TS, BS, DP, DC, RT, lathe, miter saw, grinding station, welding cart, lumber rack, 24'' tile saw and a BMW touring bike in it...
there is an overhead lumber rack that also holds the long pipe clamps...

plan...
 
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there are 3 of these set for easy reach from bench...
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fold out drawing/plans table and mortising station....
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40x100(?) table.. the drawers hold frequently used tools.. not so frequent are in the wall units...
BTW... that milk crates is a seat, tote, and laid over, a ladder/step stool...
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32x52 RT w/ major bit storage that is also set to work the D4R, FMT Pro and miter trimmer...
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just make out the mirror on the BMW...
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don't know why this one fell over.. but it's end of tool rack storage...
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another end of rack storage... this one and the other one are on either side of the double doors...
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self explanatory...
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there are 6 large square food containers in each bin w/ contents labeled on the lid...
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table drawer contents...
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end of work table.. another pic that fell over...
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cubby hole filler for the sand paper sheets and slide out shelf for the oils...
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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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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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