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 Posted: Fri Jun 5th, 2015 05:19 pm
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From deep inside one of my hard drives I fished out this:



It is intended as a photographer's studio, but who on earth would stop me from putting cabinets and shelving around and under to fit my modelling needs/whims?. Even has running water!.
Now trying to convince Da Boss that it would be a great improvement to the household instead of the silly dining room set we use maybe six times a year...
If I suddenly stop posting, it was great being part of the forum.
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 Posted: Fri Jun 5th, 2015 05:50 pm
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Great start on a 3D/computer/mill/lathe work bench. Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm. 2300 sq ft basement. Should be able to fit it in somewhere.L:

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Bernd:
your basement is about twice the size of my whole house. Need a tenant by chance?. Jose.



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Sure, mon up. It's cold here in the winter thought.

Oh, and bring all your hobby stuff. :bg:

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Dream workbench eh?
Mine would be a dream if I could find anything on it after I put it down amongst the rest of the clutter!!:bang:



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no work bench is big enough i kept mine mostly clean for about a year now it is over grown and i can't find any thing



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I was going to post a photo of my extensive workshop and computer command centre but I cant find my camera, its hidden under all the junk....



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Retrieving items from under a pile of other "treasures" is easy if you train yourself to tie a 1 foot or longer string to each piece with a 4" X 6" label on the other end. Said label should carry a complete description of the attached part, work performed (or not) on it, and where you got it (saves time ordering a replacement). Card should be left hanging at the front of the work area. To retrieve item look for pertinent card and PULL. Hopefully the landslide will clear it. Jose, helpful as usual...

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pipopak wrote:
Retrieving items from under a pile of other "treasures" is easy if you train yourself to tie a 1 foot or longer string to each piece with a 4" X 6" label on the other end. Said label should carry a complete description of the attached part, work performed (or not) on it, and where you got it (saves time ordering a replacement). Card should be left hanging at the front of the work area. To retrieve item look for pertinent card and PULL. Hopefully the landslide will clear it. Jose, helpful as usual...

Strewth Cobber you have some helpful hints....Trouble is if I adapted that technique I would have to clean up totally to start, life is too short for we creative types to be bothered working in a sterile environment...



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Good idea Jose--- but with my luck , the strings would get all tangled into one --or more--giant knots.

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