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    Default Shop ALMOST back to working order

    The first two photos show some of the areas that I've been re-arranging... 1) revamping a Harbor Freight Dust Collector and running all new pipe and grounding system 2) taking bookcases and turning them into wood storage. Photo number three is the painting area that still needs re-arranging but a task I'll save for when the snow flies.... and the snow has come down on some of the local mountains in the last two days.

    Funny how it only takes a day or so to tear things apart but a month or more to put it back together.Click image for larger version. 

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    Sharon,

    What a lovely, clean and organized space. When can you come visit and take care of my work area? lol. Very nice work shop.

    Can't wait to see what next art piece is created in there.

    - O

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    Very nice, now my problem would be to keep it that way.

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    What is hid under the blanket? Joiner?

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    Hidden under the cloth is a scroll saw. I usually keep a cloth over my CarveWrights and the scroll saw. But I 'm hoping by doing the new dust system things won't be so dusty now.

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    Nice shop area, I like the dust collection system, looks like it will be really efficient.

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    Looks great, Sharon! I could use your help too.
    Michael T
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    Looking great Sharon!! My workshop needs help for sure!!!

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    Very nice! It is soooo clean! I'll never be able to show a photo of mine. But at least I can usually find things, and I cleaned out mine just a week ago.

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    Looks really good Sharon. I like the way you did your dust collection.

    Mike
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