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Blood, sweat and tears - workshop relocation.

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Rik Shaw27/01/2015 17:14:56
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Over the last few months I have been very busy moving out of my old cramped workshop and into a new one. At the same time I purchased and re-furbed a shaper. A lot of hard work involved so not a lot of time for postings while work was in hand. Nearly finished though so I can take a breather and post some pics.

Inside of building before it became my HQ:

room before 1.jpg

Two pics of the inside as it is now:

workshop clock end.jpg

workshop lathe end.jpg

More on the shaper in another thread when I get a



Nick_G27/01/2015 18:05:39
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That's a great improvement. yes

A 'man-cave' to be proud of. laugh

Regards, Nick

Thor27/01/2015 18:20:32
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Your new workshop looks very nice Rik, congratulations.


mechman4827/01/2015 18:36:26
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Nice set up Rik, all sorted & I'll bet it's cosy in there.. smile p


John Stevenson27/01/2015 18:52:51
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Thought it looked more comfortable with the settee in it.

"Bill Hancox"27/01/2015 19:08:31
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Fantastic conversion. I must agree with John somewhat. You should have a cot or hammock. I also failed to spot a tea kettle. One step at a time I suppose.



ChrisH27/01/2015 19:53:44
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No kettle, no tea pot, no toaster, no cosy chair , no beer fridge - what's going on?


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