|10-05-2004, 07:44 PM||#21|
I am: Steven Dew
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Hear are a few shots of my room.
Might give you some ideas.
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|10-06-2004, 06:42 AM||#22|
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I am: Jim McIntyre
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Great ideas guys, keep them coming.
Unfortunately I had to move all my modelling stuff into the workshop before I had a chance to set it all up so I'm gingerly working around everything.
I did put a couple pully mechanisms up to hang some of my larger planes up and out of the way, I also built a small "temporary" loft over the garage door to get some of my larger stock wood out of the way.
I seem to be gravitatiing to a design with my building benches along two walls, larger tools and workbench along the third, with central tables for working on assembled aircraft and some swing space (folding tables) in front of the garage door. I also have my table saw set up so lager stock can rest on the centre work table and easily slide back and forth for layout and cutting.
The one idea that seems to be working best is, I found these plastic storage drawers on wheels. The reason they work well is, I can easily move them to where I need them, or move them out of the way when I need more room. I also have my main charger and power supply on top of one and simply roll it to the aircraft I intend to fly the next day. Thankfully there are outlets about every 5 feet.
I'll try to get some pictures tonight.
Si fractum non sit, noli id reficere - (If it ain't broke, don't fix it).
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