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Update: I’ve had my little shop going for about 10 years now. Made quite a few upgrades in the last year or two. I turned one of the spare bedrooms in my house into a small workshop. It does have a few power tools in it, but mostly I use hand tools. I like to think of it as a hybrid workshop. Maybe one day I’ll do some more upgrades and get a small CNC mill.

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I’ve had my meager little shop for about 5 years now and is now filled to capacity. Right now, there is only enough room to store all my tools inside the shop. I have to take them outside to do any work. If it rains, if it’s too cold or too hot, I can’t work. The only exception is my scroll saw and drill press which are small enough to sit on my “THINK” bench.

I’m in the very early planning stages to get myself a bigger one. Hopefully, I’ll have it up and running by the end of the year or soon after.

-- Leave out the fiction. The fact is this friction will only be worn by persistence. Leave out conditions. Courageous convictions will drag the dream into existence.


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KurtaKalbach

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#1 posted 12-16-2013 11:43 PM

Looks like the Pine Forrest area to me. How do you deal with the humidity? I lived in Pcola for 20+ years and relocated to Pa. The humidity is not such a factor here.

-- Kurt K.

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GeorgeInNWFla

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#2 posted 11-01-2014 05:25 AM

Sorry it took so long to get back to you, Kurt. 2014 has been one helluva year for me. In regards to the humidity, I just let nature do what it’s going to do. I mostly use pallet wood that’s been stored outside. After I process it, I do my best to keep it from getting rained on. Most of the projects I make are small, so humidity doesn’t really have much effect from what I can see.

-- Leave out the fiction. The fact is this friction will only be worn by persistence. Leave out conditions. Courageous convictions will drag the dream into existence.

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