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Re: Show us your workshop

Postby Cruiser » Wed Dec 21, 2011 5:30 pm

Far out Roidsmurf, sounds like you're planning on producing the entire custom product requirements for all of the crawl pit members. You have some awesome gear for your shed.

Here's mine that has just finished being built :handgestures-thumbup:

The main section is 12x10m with a 3.5m annexe on each end.

This weekend I will clean up the concrete floor and seal it before I start moving all of my junk in.

Still can't believe I finally have a shed :cool:
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Re: Show us your workshop

Postby sierrajim » Wed Dec 21, 2011 8:19 pm

Shit hot Chris. Congratulations.

Shed beers pretty soon then huh?
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Re: Show us your workshop

Postby Cruiser » Wed Dec 21, 2011 8:27 pm

Cheers mate, sounds like a good idea !
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Re: Show us your workshop

Postby WildManCrawling » Wed Dec 21, 2011 9:44 pm

sierrajim wrote:Have gone through a bit of a "clean" phase, thought I'd better take a pic or two before it piled with shit again. I think I'll have to see how Jamie's (roidsmurf) mill/drill goes. All going well I think we need one for Victorian use.

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I think I'll have to copy your car storage shelves. That is a great idea.
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Re: Show us your workshop

Postby Sean24 » Sun Aug 04, 2013 11:23 pm

Gravedig!

Got myself a new space, came to an agreement with my gf's mum that if I cleaned out half of their huge double car garage, I could bring in my Hilux and finish building it. That also meant that I could setup a sweet little spot for the little trucks too.

Picked up a work bench, vice, tool chest, drill press and whacked in a couple more power points (I have a dislike of power boards) and that's the beginning of sean24engineering & electrical solutions :P

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Re: Show us your workshop

Postby sierrajim » Sun Aug 04, 2013 11:42 pm

Looks too clean, you're making us look bad. Ho mess it up a bit
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Re: Show us your workshop

Postby Agro74 » Mon Aug 05, 2013 2:23 pm

Knocked this up over the weekend, thanks to Sean for the electrical works
Got the welder, drop saw cut off saw scroll saw drill press bench grinder linisher sander and heaps of bench space just need some more shelves to all my toys off the floor, might use sierra jims car rack idea for the smaller ones but i don't think it will work for the 1/5 truck
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Re: Show us your workshop

Postby kla55y » Fri Aug 23, 2013 4:19 pm

Well this is my little slice of heaven. Just added the foam matting today. Found it at the reject shop for 20 bucks for ten pieces. Only put 6 down cos that's all I needed.

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Re: Show us your workshop

Postby Overlander » Tue Oct 22, 2013 12:45 pm

Well I have a new Man Cave..... :cool: :cool:

It's presently empty as we only go the keys to our new home yesterday, but the previous owner has done a great job of lining out a bit more than half of the 7m x 4m shed with a bit of a sense of humour. He was even good enough to leave quite a few of the decorations including the 40" Plasma telly :grin:

There is a bit of work to do to finish it off in a few spots, but I think you will agree it's a great start!

Now I'm on the hunt for some old weathered timber to make a decent workbench in a similar theme and some more old rusty props to add to the walls.

I know now why I kept the old tools from my Grandfathers' shed when he passed away a couple of years ago :)

My favorite bits so far would be the chainsaw bar poking through the roof above the wood heater, the dunny complete with rabbit trap door handle and the pull chain light switch. :lol:


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Re: Show us your workshop

Postby inlowrange4x4 » Tue Oct 22, 2013 1:16 pm

Wife just told me. She would never see me if my shed was decked out like that.
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Re: Show us your workshop

Postby Overlander » Tue Oct 22, 2013 3:44 pm

inlowrange4x4 wrote:Wife just told me. She would never see me if my shed was decked out like that.


My wife said something similar but worded differently...

Went more like:

'Better make sure you leave enough space in there for a bed.... you might need it one day' :o
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