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We got fun and games We got everything you want If you want to play. Tool Chest is completed. And sitting in it's new home. A look at the rest of this little box Most furniture has a plywood back, not this thing. Thems raised panels, in Pine I can carry the "tote" over to the bench, with the toys, er, tools I need. That handle on the backsaw sticks up just enough, that the tote can only go so far. Five saws are in the til. Inside area is 25" long. A jointer, three jack planes, and three smoothers reside in the cramped Plane til. the rest of the planes? reside on the "Ready Rack". Another look? This little place is MY workshop. Even hired a new crew to clean it up. Igor was fired for using my broom as Transportation. I hired his three brothers....Larry-gor, Curly-gor, and Moe-gor. Seem to do a decent job.
I have my shop in my dry (most of the time) basement. What have others done to stop noise traveling up into the living quarters and keeping dust out? I have a good dust collection system venting indoors. I think a door sweep on the basement door would be a great idea. I think keeping shop clothes in the shop and clothes also would be great idea. Should I put insulation in the celing then drywall it up? If so what type of insulation? If not do I just use drywall (where possible)?
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