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  • #16
    One of the first thoughts I had was some benches along the walls, I am glad I got away from that idea before investing in it. Wall space is for tool and storage, I like fab benches out where they can be walked around and the rest of it on carts. One mistake I made, while I did run a rod to ground bar for benched to sit on I didn't stub up a conduit for 120 power, I cut groove after the fact and added to it. Drop down cord or another one on the floor was a continuous hassle, always in the way.
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    • #17
      From the past

      Here are a few of mine from the past. Please note that these are pictures when new.

      My welding bench is on rollers so I can move it about.



      This is the welding corner. Notice a hood in the corner vented to the outside.



      I like good ventilation and here is my ventilated roof. A five hp fan powers it.



      I rebuilt this Scotchman from the ground up. It is a very handy machine.

      I have more pictures. The shop has progressed since then.

      Jim

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      • #18
        Super slick, I dont have a muncher, that and a finger brake are a couple tools on my list yet.

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        • #19
          Thanks for the help

          Thanks everyone for your input and pictures....

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