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nice shop

and from the colors

i'm guessing
you are male

girls have pink shops
don't they
 

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Eric, this looks like you have put together a fun place in which to make some sawdust. Your shop is well organized and putting your tools on wheels is an excellent way to maximize your space utilization. And it looks like you have a nice collection of tools to play with. I would enjoy working in there.
 

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Great shop, Eric. i agree with David… my shop is pink ;-)
Seriously, I love your system of everything on wheels. My shop is also on wheels.
No matter how much room you have… it is never enough!
I love the "woodpile"!! I'm jealous!
Ellen
 

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Eric, that is an awesome shop. I love it.
 

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Very nice! I can see why you are always out playing with your toys….lol
 

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It is a dream of every Lumberjocks.
For me, it is TOO clean.
 

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Cool shop! Looks like there is plenty of storage, although you can never have enough.
After seeing how clean and nicely organized your shop is, you can bet that nobody on LJ's will ever see mine!
 

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Very nice shop, I am envious of all the storage you have.
 

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Tons of storage. I really like this shop.
 

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You have put a lot into a relatively small space. Looks easy to work in too. Good job.
 

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Nice Shop! You must have a very small car ;^)

Lew
 

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What a nice work place!! I am sooo jealous ! I LOVE all the cabinets. It must be a pleasure to work there. :)

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Very orderly shop Eric. Did you clean it up for those pics. LOL
 

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That is an intense amount of storage and tools in a compact space! Well done and I agree with Scott it does look like a fun place to make sawdust!
 

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Looks like you have the same size shop as mine, even the door into the house is at the same spot. Like you, all my "toys" are on wheels - they have to be, or they I can't walk around them. I'm not as organized as you are, BUT I do know where everything is. Good color choice, but you don't have enough wood! Better get some more! LOL :-D
 

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Eric
Nice organization. I am trying to go to 100% mobile or wall mounted as well, except for the main workbench.
There are a few ideas here for me, such as your mounting for the magnifier light, and some of your workbench drawer solutions.

Some of your solutions are in particular applicable to the La Conner shop, where I coexist with one or more cars. Favorited this, because as I look at the pictures, I generate ideas for both shops.

No option to work outside at either of my shops, although in La Connor I open up the garage door for more light. I have to plan floor space and work space carefully.

Hopefully will get into the shop this weekend, this week was pretty intense at work. Should get the vise installed on my multi-purpose bench this weekend. It is a unusual mounting problem….I will blog on it.

Have a good day, should be on and off the computer all weekend starting today….......
 
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