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Workshop by logwolf posted 12-14-2016 06:34 AM 939 reads 0 times favorited 1 comment Add to Favorites Watch

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Just starting. I decided I needed half of my 24’ x 24’ garage as a workshop if I was going to have a place to work on projects. Currently I’m pulling my car outside during the late spring, summer into mid fall, before I have to go into winter mode again, and pull the car back in.
During those warm months, I set up horses and a 30” x 60” piece of marine plywood, as my work area, and move my table saw or miter saw outside to make whatever cuts I need. I want to be able to work inside the garage during the winter to start or finish projects.
I need to install a drywall ceiling but, I’ll need to wait till spring to move everything out. During that time I’ll be building a partition wall to separate the area for the car, from the shop area.
Still in process of running a 60 amp service from basement into garage. Will add more outlets along proposed partition wall and ceiling area to plug in LED lights and other things.
Not sure if the wall will run the entire length of garage with a door, or just run a 18 foot wall, and leave a 6 foot opening at the rear of the garage.
Still researching shop layout that will work for me. Since I’m still new (and inexperienced) at wood working, that will come to me by next fall. (2017).
These pictures show the garage in it’s present state as of 12-14-16. The perimeter walls consists of 1×6 lumber I collected at my work, from shipping crates. I collected these over a year, with this in mind. Didn’t realize I collected so many. That is what you see on the wood racks.

-- Larry

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#1 posted 12-14-2016 08:05 PM

not much yet but it will grow and thats half the fun.welcome to lumber jocks.

-- working with my hands is a joy,it gives me a sense of fulfillment,somthing so many seek and so few find.-SAM MALOOF.

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