Discussion in 'The Tool Shed' started by Focker, Jun 24, 2017.
I would hate to see your sock drawer.
It doesn't get much worse for me. This is as it sits today, essentially acting as a dumping ground with around half a dozen projects on the go, currently focusing on two: Installation of a new window and re-siding a portion of the house as part of a larger renovation and installing new low back seats on the CJ.
IMG_8728 by M J, on Flickr
IMG_8729 by M J, on Flickr
IMG_8730 by M J, on Flickr
IMG_8731 by M J, on Flickr
So your saying your shop is messy?
Venting windshields are soo cool.
That is a great welding table you have there. I'm adding that to something I need to make. And do you ever open the windshield?
Thanks - it was my first welding project after getting a Miller 215.
kind of a mix between a welding table / plasma cutting table with the ability to mount my chop saw on the end.
BA4D5038-B4AD-4E82-B8F8-2A54798A98E8_1_201_a by M J, on Flickr
Hot summer days, that windshield is open always. Usually cracked open about 4" is perfect.
I'm impressed with the usage of space. Lots of light and shelving. my biggest issue is stuff being buried behind other stuff. I've got a generator under the jeep with 3 powerwheels and A lawnmower to move to get to it.
Been working on the shop yet, but I’m house sitting this week. Couldn’t stand not having the whole gang home anymore.
New tenant moved in.
Some new stuff since the last update.
Electrical stuff happening next.
You can only fight Entropy for so long. I hope you realize that your efforts are accelerating the Heat Death of the Universe.
That is a great space, really am starting to covet it a bit.
Looks way bigger in pictures.
Started on running conduit and electrical over the past weekend. Hopefully I can get it wrapped up before the snow flies.
Did some re-arranging and organizing of the indoor workbench this week. It's becoming Mikes Museum of Musty Technologies. Currently harvesting goodies from a '30s typewriter I unearthed in a corner of the newspaper when I was there. It's rusted past ever being restored, and I can find nice ones for $100 - so having fun pulling it apart. The engineering is amazing when you see the number of moving parts and think about the lack of any computer use in designing & building.
Right On, Mike.......It's pretty cool & sometimes even kinda amazing, discovering how they worked out the old 'Tech' ...... The ' Good 'Ol Days '
wow, neat tool storage. I would be like a kid in a toy store at Christmas in there!
Very Cool , Matt.
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