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Old 02-01-2007, 08:56 AM   #16
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Garage Workshop Conversion


The metal peg board is tight! However it's expensive!

Good suggestions made above regarding boasting amps to shop. My current Basement shop is like only 20 amp, using my tablesaw with anything else going on like compressor and the lights start flickering.

That and I don't have a vac sytem for sawdust, talk about a pain in the butt. It just floats in the air. Don't forget a few ceiling fans for summer time, possibly and exhaust fan out the side (like a whole house fan) for fumes removal, or just air flow in summer.

Consider putting in a sink at this point in time. For a real shop throw in a urinal too.....


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