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    shop refinish

    i built the shop in 2015 and never finished walls or insulation ,
    im setting up woodworking shop and want to insulate and cover walls with sheetrock for soundproofing , i have cunts neighbor so keeping noise down is my goal.i might go overboard and glue 2" rigid insulation to overhead doors
    its huge PITA to move everything from walls and ceilings ... you know everybody say FINISH THE SHOP NOW OR IT WILL NEVER BE DONE once you have stuff in there
    thats fucking true i have to move everything 4 times to get one wall WTF




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    anyways , i ran 220 and 110 in the walls and overhead insulated ceiling and walls put up 5/8 sheetrock on ceiling and 1/2" on walls
    been taping and mudding past 3 days


    picked up some woodworking ,machines
    second table saw for dado shaper jointer planer sander band saw



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    drilling and running wires

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    opened up this wall door was too small to get things trough
    idea was to create compressor room but didnt work as it was all open im going to create box out of 2" rigid insulation to keep it quiet
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    drywall lift and insulation
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    one more coat of joint compound and ready for primer

    than ill set up the machines and run dust collection

    #2
    Great FUN! You'll enjoy it once its done. Nice tall space.

    Been there, did that. Except I did it one wall at a time so the work took even longer.

    All of those duplex outlets should have been quads...

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      #3
      Originally posted by Johann View Post

      All of those duplex outlets should have been quads...
      Haha thanks .i thought about that but was too late

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        #4
        i finished mudding the walls and painted them. organized the shop some more
        nd built the table between two table saws. one saw will be for dado set up and powermatic will be with reg. saw blade
        im building another bench that will be my chop saw station with fence and dust collection

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          #5
          Originally posted by Fredycruger View Post
          i have ****s neighbor so keeping noise down is my goal.i


          Cape Cod problems.

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            #6
            Originally posted by Fredycruger View Post
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            one more coat of joint compound and ready for primer

            than ill set up the machines and run dust collection
            I like that you are busy drywalling the shop when you still haven't put siding on your house
            WWJWD
            What Would John Wayne Do

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              #7
              Originally posted by Black Sabbath View Post

              I like that you are busy drywalling the shop when you still haven't put siding on your house
              lol shop need to make money first to pay for the siding


              picked up 6" pipe for main run and 4" for small branches
              still have to make few plates for jointer and table saw , add blast gates and done with the dust collection
              i used gasketed pipe so i can take it apart in case there's clog

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                #8
                You know they make 3034 in white, don't you?
                Every day is better than the next.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by arse_sidewards View Post



                  Cape Cod problems.
                  LOL yup

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Benny View Post
                    You know they make 3034 in white, don't you?
                    i dont know shit about plumbing, didnt have it here lol
                    probably special order or some sh!t

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                      #11
                      Spraypaint it to match the house.

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                        #12
                        Looking pretty sweet, what do you build?
                        America is all about speed, hot nasty bad ass speed.
                        -Elenore Roosevelt

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by Austin View Post
                          Looking pretty sweet, what do you build?
                          I do cabinets and cad shop drawings for living, i just got laid off after 13 years working for the same company, so i'll try to work for myself, do the same thing and see how that goes.

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