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I'm brand-new to lumber jocks! I love looking at all of your shops and cool projects. This is my shop that I have been working on really hard for the past 9 months. A couple years ago I had A home addition put on with a larger garage, kitchen and covered porch. I originally had a long one car garage and connected the new garage to that.
I had the project roughed in and did most of the finish work myself. I still have to hook my dust collection system up and build a Tablesaw out feed table/work bench combo, other than that I think I'm about done.

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It looks great! What's the shops dimensions? By the way, you will never be done. It just doesn't work that way.
 

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Thx Iit's about 20×20 and it also flows into the old garage a bit
 

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Your hard work has paid off, you have an awesome shop, and thanks for showing us.
Mike
 

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It looks great! What s the shops dimensions? By the way, you will never be done. It just doesn t work that way.

- Bob5103
bobs right a shop is never really done,there all works in progress and yours is lookin good.welcome to lumber jocks.
 

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Great shop and very nice place.
 

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Thank you, well what I meant was how all the big stuff is done I'm Always Messing with something out there !!
 

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Very nice! Hey, I had a Jet saw like that for many years. I put a link belt on it and it ran so much smoother.
 

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wow! I envy your high ceilings! Looking good….
 

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Nice shop setup you have. I've been working on mine for almost 2 years and it isn't nearly that complete, but then, I'm lazy.
You really ought to replace the belt on your sander in pic 2 ;-)
What about a work bench to double as your outfeed?
 
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