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Like Lew said, good start. Remember, it's not the size of your shop, its how much fun you have that counts.

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We all have to start somewhere. At least you HAVE a shop!


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True! :) it's my go to place when I feel harassed, trouble is the time just flashes away when I'm in it. The wife's pretty good about it to be fair!

I'm almost done constructing a shop notes drill press micro adjust table for super exact drillings.

I also have power with a surge protected bank and an emergency stop switch plus a strip light which gives really soft bright light across the whole of the bench


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no place like home...

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