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Project by Jpaynewoodworking posted 02-11-2020 04:00 PM 1397 views 1 time favorited 22 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Been meaning to get to this for a while and finally got it done. Got the new interior walls up in the shop. I went with a company called Thermory and used there shou sigi ban ignite series cladding for the walls and the drift series black pearl for the ceilings. What do you guys think? Does the color combo work?

I did do a video and article reviewing the cladding and of the install go check it out hopefully you will like it. I will leave a link below thanks guys.

Article and video link: https://jpaynewoodworking.com/installing-shou-sugi-ban-charred-wood-walls/

-- Jeremy, Jpayne Woodworking ,jpaynewoodworking.com @jpaynewoodworking instagram and Youtube





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moke

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#1 posted 02-11-2020 04:10 PM

wow! Nice job, great shop….now make some sawdust….

-- Mike

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Jpaynewoodworking

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#2 posted 02-11-2020 04:15 PM

ha ha thank you already starting on that second part lol


wow! Nice job, great shop….now make some sawdust….

- moke


-- Jeremy, Jpayne Woodworking ,jpaynewoodworking.com @jpaynewoodworking instagram and Youtube

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chodgson

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#3 posted 02-11-2020 07:03 PM

I think a lot of designers would say that black walls and ceiling would be a poor choice for a small space that you also want to be well lit… but I think it looks awesome! Looks like a tool showroom as the colors of the tools really pop against the black walls. The texture of it is great too.

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pottz

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#4 posted 02-11-2020 07:21 PM

it looks very man cavish but personally id prefer light colored walls in a work space,as the eyes get older more light is needed-lol.

-- 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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Mike_in_STL

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#5 posted 02-11-2020 07:41 PM

Looks neat – kind of a show room’y look. Did it darken the room? I would think you’ve lost a little light reflection.

-- Sawdust makes me whole --Mike in STL

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Jpaynewoodworking

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#6 posted 02-11-2020 07:53 PM

Haven’t had any issues with light I’m using the American green light led and it’s bright in here actually helped with reflection made filming eaiser

-- Jeremy, Jpayne Woodworking ,jpaynewoodworking.com @jpaynewoodworking instagram and Youtube

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ScottKaye

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#7 posted 02-11-2020 09:46 PM

let me get this right, you work in this room? hahah! too much yellow for my taste nj otherwise

-- "Nothing happens until you build it"

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LittleBlackDuck

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#8 posted 02-11-2020 10:37 PM

Very different… kinda cool in a dark way.

One thing that did catch my eye though… when was the last time you drained your compressor?

-- If your first cut is too short... Take the second cut from the longer end... LBD

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Jpaynewoodworking

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#9 posted 02-11-2020 10:39 PM

Haven’t had to drain it yet haven’t had it all to long but the drain pug is pretty easy to access.


Very different… kinda cool in a dark way.

One thing that did catch my eye though… when was the last time you drained your compressor?

- LittleBlackDuck


-- Jeremy, Jpayne Woodworking ,jpaynewoodworking.com @jpaynewoodworking instagram and Youtube

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Jpaynewoodworking

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#10 posted 02-11-2020 10:40 PM

Lol yes I do work in it.


let me get this right, you work in this room? hahah! too much yellow for my taste nj otherwise

- ScottKaye


-- Jeremy, Jpayne Woodworking ,jpaynewoodworking.com @jpaynewoodworking instagram and Youtube

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pottz

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#11 posted 02-11-2020 11:20 PM



Very different… kinda cool in a dark way.

One thing that did catch my eye though… when was the last time you drained your compressor?

- LittleBlackDuck


you drain your compressor? lol-their was a thread on this not long ago,some do daily some never.im a once a year maybe guy!

-- 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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LittleBlackDuck

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#12 posted 02-11-2020 11:30 PM


Haven t had to drain it yet haven t had it all to long but the drain pug is pretty easy to access.
- Jpaynewoodworking


..... im a once a year maybe guy!
- pottz

Ditto pottzy... and the same with the draining!

Be warned Jpw, when you drain, and you haven’t for a while, it sprays everywhere… Your black paneling will turn a baby shit brown… and the coverage is unbelievable… I definitely would recommend removing from shelf and taking outside… however, if you do it regularly (after each use), it should not be an issue…
Leave a comment here if you use the compressor and don’t drain it for at least 6 months (being optimistic with the 6m).

-- If your first cut is too short... Take the second cut from the longer end... LBD

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putty

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#13 posted 02-11-2020 11:45 PM

Nice, does it have any odors ? you really should have spent a few bucks more and put insulation up!!!

-- Putty

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pottz

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#14 posted 02-12-2020 12:37 AM


Haven t had to drain it yet haven t had it all to long but the drain pug is pretty easy to access.
- Jpaynewoodworking

..... im a once a year maybe guy!
- pottz

Ditto pottzy... and the same with the draining!

Be warned Jpw, when you drain, and you haven t for a while, it sprays everywhere… Your black paneling will turn a baby shit brown… and the coverage is unbelievable… I definitely would recommend removing from shelf and taking outside… however, if you do it regularly (after each use), it should not be an issue…
Leave a comment here if you use the compressor and don t drain it for at least 6 months (being optimistic with the 6m).

- LittleBlackDuck


one thing he could do is attach a plastic hose that could be routed outside or into a bucket.i heard you aussies save that stuff to make vegamite from? not that i believe it ;-)

-- 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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metolius

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#15 posted 02-12-2020 12:46 AM

char me impressed !

-- derek / oregon

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