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PostPosted: Thu Mar 21, 2019 8:37 pm 
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Spice cabinet, will sit on counter top and attached to wall. Adjustable shelves.

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 22, 2019 2:01 am 
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Very nice, Larry! Fit & Finish is professional and the product is extremely efficient. I really appreciate your posts.
What kinda stock?? Poplar? Pine?
I really like the pegboard walls in your shop....I'm setting up my new shop and have been struggling on storage.... I'm one of those 'Out of sight---Out of mind' people and, in this moving of my shop, I found items I haven't seen in 20 years :roll:
I may just use your pics as inspiration!

Thanks for posting

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 22, 2019 4:36 pm 
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Thanks so much, Don! My entire shop, except for half of one wall, is pegboard. And I'm having a terrible time finding space to hang anything else! And my shop takes up half of the basement!

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Lack of space is my problem also.
I'm equipment rich and space poor. :(
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As always, very nice work larry. Did you spray that with the accuspray set up ? Man you got a nice size shop to. Lots of stuff crammed in your basement.

I am constantly moving things around trying to fit everything especially when I buy a new tool. Then its like dropping a marble inna jar of marbles everything moves around until they settle inna new spot. :lol:

Oh a label maker is your friend....I label every little cubby so I can find stuff. Ive been looking for this brass scale I bought from woodcraft for about 2 weeks. I dont know where its at. Im sure it will eventually turn up :lol:


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I learned a long time ago (when I was in the sheet metal business) no matter how big you build your shop, within a year you will be running out of room and wish you had built it larger. One shop I worked in started out 50 x 100 then we added another 50 x 50 on to that and then added another 100 x 150 to that. All in the space of 5 years. It was then big enough for 7 guys to work all at the same time :)

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"I'm equipment rich and space poor."

I know that feeling, my shop is 24' X 24' and it ain't big enough.


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Hey Guys,

They say that projects take on the properties of a gas, in that they expand to fill the available volume.

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Paul Gauthier wrote:
"I'm equipment rich and space poor."

I know that feeling, my shop is 24' X 24' and it ain't big enough.



24' X 24' is twice the size of my shop.
12' X 24'. :(
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