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Blister

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After fitting out my 12 x 8 log cabin for woodworking

I put all the machines in and now I cant get in :twisted:

I have to face reality its never going to happen as I dont have enough room so will be selling it all off :(

Just keep my hand tools and try with them

Will continue with the turning as I have room for that :mrgreen:

This is what it looks like :roll:
 

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Blister":377rl758 said:
I have to face reality its never going to happen as I dont have enough room so will be selling it all off :(
I'll have the Jet wide sander thingie and the bobbin sander. Hang on though #-o #-o ...then I'd have the same problem as you :mrgreen: - Rob
 

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woodbloke":2fpl9grv said:
Blister":2fpl9grv said:
I have to face reality its never going to happen as I dont have enough room so will be selling it all off :(
I'll have the Jet wide sander thingie and the bobbin sander. Hang on though #-o #-o ...then I'd have the same problem as you :mrgreen: - Rob

:mrgreen: :lol: :mrgreen:
 

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dry your eyes then build a bigger shed, easy
 

Blister

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Lee J":wmbi6lw8 said:
dry your eyes then build a bigger shed, easy

No room left for a bigger workshop or I would have built a bigger one first time
 

Blister

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Lee J":1r61ddjr said:
time to move house?
Already tried that

Sold my house and found another with a huge garden

Just about to exchange contracts and had a phone call from the estate agents telling me my buyer has decided not to buy after 12 weeks

So that cost me £1200 in fees :twisted:
 

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Out of interest, how much would you want for the drum sander?
 

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Could you build a second storey onto the shed, or perhaps excavate a cellar under it? Or both - that would triple the floor area.
 

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Blister,

My shop is poky at 17 feet x 9 feet.

I just have the 3 foot wide aisle along the centre in which to work.
I ain't selling anything, as long as it isn't against the law to set up a work table on my drive!

If I were you Blister I'd just decide what machine is the least used, and sell that.

I don't use my planer/thicknesser as much as I could, and I can always buy prepared timber. Selling that would give a stack of space to use. Trouble is if I sold it, I'd probably buy a smaller one, or a nice table saw!

It's the way we are my friend. We are woodworkers. We have to have the gear, even if we have no idea (in my case,)


:lol: :lol: :lol:
 
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