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MY SHOP IS SMALL BUT FOR NOW IT WORKS.THE SHOP IS ONLY 12X24.I ALSO HAVE A FINNISH AND WOOD STORAGE,BUT THE WOOD AS TOOK OVER.WHEN PEOPLE SEE MY SHOP THEY CANT BELEAVE THAT I MAKE SO MUCH FURNITURE OUT OF THIS SMALL SHOP.I WILL BE GETING A BIGGER SHOP VERY SOON BUT FOR NOW ILL MAKE DO WITH WHAT I HAVE.

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It is a great looking shop Phil. I love the bench.
 

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Great shop! It's got that "lived in," look.
 

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By lived in your saying a mess.I know,man I try to keep it clean but thats a job in its self,I dont know how poeple keep there shops spotless.I sweep 20 times a day!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 

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My first shop was like 10×12! I built entertainment centers bigger than it was if you can picture that! Makes me appreciate the bigger space i got now though.
 

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Phil, Great shop. Cool tools you have. Nice work bench.
 

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I guess it's all about organization.
 

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You must be very organized to create such wonderful work in such a small space. Of course, being talented as you are helps. I'm too lazy to sweep…I use my dust collector to vacuum my shop. I sweep only when necessary. LOL.
 

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look at all them clamps! never have too many!
 

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Hi Phil,

You have a nice looking shop and a nice set of tools as well. It looks well organized. Yours is about the same size as mine so I can appreciate how you deal with the challenges of building larger pieces.

Thanks for the post.
 
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