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Spent 20+ years in the Army and was never able to settle any place long enough to build a workshop. Finally retired in 2005, built the shop in 2006 with the help of my wife, brother and my son. Have been loving it ever since.

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Hey Burt,
Sweet design and nice exteriour finish with lots of great toys in a good set-up shop…well done.
 

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very nice setup. Looks like you got a lot of room. Great dust collection system.
 

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This looks like a pretty nice shop to me. It is spacious, has quite a bit a natural light and looks to be well organized. I would enjoy working in a shop like this.

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

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Great nice ooking shop. How large is it?
 

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That is a GREAT shop. A suggestion though…

Move that trash can separator so that it is directly under your impeller. Eliminate those extra bends, and a few feet of extra flex hose that way… Not to mention buy back some floor space…
 

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I guess it will do in a pinch. Can't spekt too much from a Transporter. Heh heh heh Guess who!!! Great shop.
 

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Thats a really nice shop, looks like a great space to make some sawdust in, Thanks for sharing, Steve in Oregon
 

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Great looking shop!
 
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