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post #1 of 18 Old 01-04-2020, 07:16 PM Thread Starter
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Welcome to the forum! Add your location to your profile so it shows in the side panel. Add your real first name to your signature line so we'll know what to call you.

Tell us a little about yourself - show us your shop, tools, projects, etc. 'cause we like photos.

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Thx for the welcome. I'm a former member... Rebelwork
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Happy New Year....

Always a way to skin a cat....
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Good or the bad things Tony?
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Couldn't get the password to come to my email to get a new password so you'll have to look at BOB now.
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Thx for the welcome. I'm a former member... Rebelwork
You've got over 1,200 posts under Rebelwork - did you see if an admin could help you get signed back in?

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I've been forced into retirement. The part time shop has now become the full time shop. Any suggestions on improvement let me know....
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I've been forced into retirement. The part time shop has now become the full time shop. Any suggestions on improvement let me know....
Haha! Yeah, you could start by converting the storage unit into a shop space.
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Haha! Yeah, you could start by converting the storage unit into a shop space.
Yea... I just gotta rub the genie, wait.....wrong genie and it will double in size and eliminate the problem... Shoot.. guess I'll have to put that one on tge christmas list...Maybe the hoarders show can get me on...
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Well, at least you and I have something in common... my shop looks almost like that too much of the time.

My wife says I never finish anyth

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The first step is realizing you have a problem. Second step is still realizing you havent done anything about it.....Bob
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Took a little while but its better...
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The chair is a pattern and can't remove it yet. Sapele already in the shop for the chair. Made an upper for my nail/ staple guns this will help on space last week...Only been retired since Dec 20th. Give me a chance. I have to double the mess to move a mess.
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Been trying to compress clamps as well as I have too many...

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