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hi all her is a few pictures of my three sheds one has my lathes it has a boiler in it too which keeps me warm in winter the middle shed has my extractor and some wood drying the tin shed has my band saw table saw chop saw and a lot more tools

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Very interesting,thanks for the post.
 

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Hi Robbie, It was nice to see your workshop! It is hard to put everything together just by watching your videos. Now I see that the building are all attached. The shop looks like home, a very comfortable space to be creative in.

I have a 12' x16' shed that is attached to the back side of my shop that I want to clear out and open up to the rest of the shop. I want to make it into a combination of woodstorage, finishing room and tuning room with just the lathe equip in it.

Are you turning wood to earn a living or just for a hobby? I didn't catch that anywhere.

Thanks for showing off your space, now I have a better idea of what's going on when I watch your videos.

Take care my friend,
Brett
 

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hi Brett thanks for drooping by
i only woodwork for hobbies but i take it serous some say two serous Lol
the first shed i built for the wife it had her washing machine and dryer in it
she has now moved it in to the house so i moved in with my lathe about three years ago then i got the 20*10 tin shed
then i put a roof in-between it and i use it for drying my wood
 

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