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Posted on Workshop in a 10'x20' garage. Need feedback!

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MSquared

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#1 posted 10-23-2018 05:24 AM

Wheels, definitely. One challenge has be to get a lot of ‘stuff’ off the floor and up onto the walls. Up until now, the garage has been a catch-all for all manner of items. Shelving is a priority. For instance, I have a cubby unit that fits milk crates neatly into each of its 9 compartments, 18” deep. Crazy! That means I have neatly-fitting crates of ‘stuff’ I can’t see or easily grab. Oh, the mysteries that lurk within! So, that will be taken apart and recycled into shallower shelves to put up on the wall and store maybe 3 times as much vertically. And, I can see everything! If that old glue container is dried up or can of paint is petrified, I’ll know.
Assembly, glue up and clamping surface is a major concern. As for suspending anything from pulleys? Personally just doesn’t work for my situation.

-- Marty, Long Island, NY


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