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Cramped for space in the workshop?

Larry Peterson

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Sorry but less is not more. More is more.

My 2500 sqft workshop plus 600 sqft of storage is jammed to the gills. I could use another 2500 sqft. Of course carp expands to fill the space available. 20,000 ft of moulding doesn't help either.



Not me but it could be.
 

shayla

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Apr 5, 2008
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Looks like he made a giant toolbox to work inside. Love it. :)
 

tedh

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Nov 7, 2005
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11,362
Sorry but less is not more. More is more.

My 2500 sqft workshop plus 600 sqft of storage is jammed to the gills. I could use another 2500 sqft. Of course carp expands to fill the space available. 20,000 ft of moulding doesn't help either.



Not me but it could be.
Awright you guys. I’m up to the challenge. Want to post yours if I post mine? Trophy for the most clutter is to be determined.
 
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prospero

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Jul 16, 2007
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19,215
Great! Does he actually make stuff in it? A tidy workshop is generally a not-very-busy workshop.

How would he get that log though the door? Hollow it out and work from the inside maybe. :D

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FramerCat

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Jan 19, 2008
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A tidy workshop is generally a not-very-busy workshop.
I apologized to a customer once for the mess in my shop. He said, " A clean stable holds no horse. I'd rather trust my art to a busy shop than to one that has time to clean and organize regularly."

Ed
 

charming

True Grumbler
Joined
Feb 4, 2009
Messages
66
I apologized to a customer once for the mess in my shop. He said, " A clean stable holds no horse. I'd rather trust my art to a busy shop than to one that has time to clean and organize regularly."

Ed

So true. The saying I like is this: "Never take your car to a mechanic with a clean bench."
 
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