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Workshop by rando1 posted 05-26-2010 02:59 AM 1890 reads 1 time favorited 12 comments Add to Favorites Watch

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rando1

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2544-H Ashley River Road
Charleston, SC 29414
United States

We have recently had the opportunity to move into a new shop! We are now in a 20×50….big difference compared to our one car garage (13×27) and a small barn (12×18).

This space has allowed us to “spread out and can comfortably work two or three of in our space. Also our equipment is set up so not have to move two pieces to work with one. Saving time and energy and making our efforts much more efficient.

You really learn to work with what you have, and we are humbled by what has been provided for us. Thanks for taking a look at our shop.

-- Randon Riegsecker, crosscutservices.com


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#1 posted 05-26-2010 03:09 AM

Look forward to your photos, welcome to Ljs

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#2 posted 05-26-2010 04:19 AM

Hey Rando,
Pics would be great here.

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rando1

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#3 posted 05-27-2010 01:56 PM

I am not fast enough for you guys. Only have so many minutes in the day:) I’ll work on pics this weekend.

-- Randon Riegsecker, crosscutservices.com

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#4 posted 05-28-2010 11:06 AM

Good boy.

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#5 posted 05-30-2010 03:53 AM

Good looking shop. Thanks for posting.

God Bless
tom

-- Mc Bridge Cabinets, Iowa

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#6 posted 05-30-2010 11:02 PM

Ah I need a mini fridge in my shop…... I get tired of the water out of the faucet.

I see bits of my shop in there, unfinished shop furniture!

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#7 posted 05-31-2010 03:56 AM

Randon, you have put together a nice shop. I like the wooden floors that you have in your shop. They are much easier to work on as opposed to concrete. It also looks like you have an abundance of natural light in there as well.

You also have some nice tools to work with.

Thanks for the pictures. It was fun to tour your shop.

-- Challenges are what make life interesting; overcoming them is what makes life meaningful- Joshua Marine

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lilredweldingrod

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#8 posted 06-30-2010 05:29 PM

After a very close inspection and tour of your shop, I see a glaring problem….You need to send the clamps to me to store for you and that will open up more space for you. lol
Seriously, great shop and all the right tools. Very well organized. Nice to see another rendition of our first names. lol Rand

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#9 posted 06-30-2010 06:56 PM

Sweet shop I’m a Delta man also, I also noticed your danger hazardous waste sign I collect these also you can see some of my 53+ signs I have rescued or brought home as my friend said in my workshop page.

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#10 posted 08-20-2010 06:01 AM

Nice work shop.

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#11 posted 11-30-2010 03:51 AM

Looking good, is that a portable heat pump in photo 4? How does it work for you? Make and model number? Steve in Oregon

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rando1

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#12 posted 11-30-2010 03:04 PM

Actually Steve, don’t need to much heat here in south. Just put that in a bucket and hold it for a cold day.
The unit in main shop by the chop saw is one of the portable AC units. I have a smaller one in the barn as well.
They work great in the summer months!

-- Randon Riegsecker, crosscutservices.com

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