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Some pictures of the shop that I am renting. The size is app. 1600 square feet (incl. a 600 square feet vented paint room) plus 400 square feet for storage. It has 12 foot ceillings, HVAC, separate air compressor room and paint storage room, two overhead doors, the nicest landlords you can possibly think of, and all that surrounded by the rolling hills of rural Ohio.
Oh, did I mention the nice sized kennel for my dogs? ;)

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Nice shop with some super cool tools to play with Thanks for posting :)
 

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This certainly is a nice shop space that you have in which to work. I would love to have this much ceiling height. Mine has under 8' and at times it is a challenge to move tall cabinetry and sheet goods around while dodging the lights. You also have lots of room to work in there. It looks to me as if you hav plenty of room to maneuver between the different tool stations. And you have a nice collection of tools as well.

Thanks for the pictures. I enjoyed the tour.
 

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Now that is one cool shop in a great location filled with sweet toys to play with…well done.
 

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Good looking shop to make some sawdust in, thanks for sharing, Steve in Oregon
 

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Very nice machinery, and what a nice space to play with them.
 

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Hey, thanks for the photos…darn nice setup!I see you saved the best photo for last (of your dogs). I think half of the pictures of my shop(s) have my various dogs in them from over the years! BTW, a master furniture maker, Joesef Droscthman, was my first real contact with woodworking. He was a very hard man to learn from as he'd learned as a POW in Russia… and he taught the same way he was taught. I went to work under his iron fist in 1970, hated him every day, and as soon as I opened my own shop began to love him and his strict methods…because I learned! We became great friends, still are. My very best to you! Stephen (Saltmines)
 
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