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Hello everybody

Man cave at the top of the garden

I extended the original shed to make the workshop

Just starting to get things set up
Have just received router table, chop saw, thicknesser planer, table saw.

Will update when all set up

Cammy

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Welcome 2 LJ's :<))
 

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Some more photos of the workshop the workshop is not square as it is built to the shape of the garden to maximise room .. 4.3 meters at the front 2.2 meters at the back and 5 meters deep







Thanks for looking

Cammy
 

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Nice use of a small space. Love the look on the outside as well.
 

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Thanks BoilerUp
The outside is 100mm x 14mm redwood tounge and groove treated with 4 coats of dark oak stain / varnish the doors are from the original shed. But I am going to make new ones sometime as the old tounge and groove is starting to split as it's only 10mm and gets the full sun in the summer also they are not the best of fit for keeping the creepy crawlies out as i bloody hate spiders lol

Front of the shed all finished
 

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No more workshop for 2 weeks back to work tomorrow.

Hopefully get the mobile bench finished when I get back, I need to get this completed to allow me to make the base for my table saw that will link into the bench in various positions depending if I am cutting sheets or long lengths.
Also was thinking of modifying the planer base to match the finished height of the bench to allow for indeed and outfeed of larger lengths of wood.
 

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Nice space Cammy,
The color of the exterior is gorgeous!
Welcome to LumberJocks!
 

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Nice looking shop, looks like you have room to grow. Thanks for showing us and Welcome!
 

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Daughter gave me an old trunk she was throwing out.
So being an avid up cycler I decided to make a drill and router bit storage cabinet.
The slats of the trunk were not glued so managed to machine them down and joint them to make the cabinet.
Maybe I went a bit to overboard with the router table while finishing the cabinet off.

Nothing as fancy as the majority of the posts but I'm enjoying it









Thankyou for looking

Sorry posted using my phone that's why the pics are not the right way up
 

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