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wow nice size shop space jim.looking forward to seeing more pic's as it evolves,hopefully not sideways ? check out the tutorials here on how to fix it.this site is not what you call high tech ! welcome to LJ'S !
 

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Very nice, Jim. That is one heck of a shop. Are you planning to finish out the walls? What material ?

You know what they say: "A shop is never finished. Kind of like "You can never have too many clamps"....!!

You'll find plenty of ways to re-arrange the shop, and then arrange it several more times. It's never-ending.
 

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Yep we will start utilities and insulation in walls this week. Putting up bead board on walls up to 8' then using tin in red color above that (walls are 10'). On the ceiling we will use white tin. Will spray foam insulation on underside of roof and maybe add batting over ceiling.

Starting with North wall as that is where we will be installing cabinets first. That is why the paint is down on floor in that area (although we will be changing the paint color first.

The nice thing about having that much space and the utility trenches is we have much more versatility in the layout. If we don't like the way things are arranged, it is a LOT easier to rearrange.
 

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What a great shop…good size!....looks like good tools. You r doing a great job, keep going! I built a new shop a year ago…it was some of the most fun I ever had. Thanks for showing I know you have been here almost two months but welcome to LJ's….
 

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Great shop space, lots of room. Looking forward to see what comes out if it. Welcome to LJ.
 
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