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Cometoz

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Have to start doing some work - even if the clean-up isn't finished!!

The room air-filter is suspended from the ceiling and the thicknesser and cyclone chip collector is just out of the picture on the right hand side.

The Christmas tree branching with the gate valves (RHS wall) serves the planer, drills, 12" sander and attaches to the Harbor freight Micromark table saw when used.

The carpet in a workshop was my dear wife's idea .... and effort to make me keep it clean .... never again!!

Time to open the refrigerator and check the glue!! then back to work  ...

Tony

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Looks very good to me mine usually looks like some thing blew up.

Why do you keep glue in the refrigerator? What else do you keep there?


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What a pro workshop. I would be right at home there!
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This is very impressive.  Great use of space and no dust - fantastic. 
Cometoz

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My apologies for the Australian humor - the beer for guests is in the refrigerator together with my white wine for special occasions.


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I like the Aussie humour, it's much like the Kiwi stuff....lol

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I make sure to keep it sharp to keep up with my Kiwi son-in-law mate!!

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