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    Lumber Racks



    Fist two of four levels of Lumber racks in the shop.Quick and rough, but they'll hold up some board feet.
    Last edited by Ned Bulken; 08-17-2008 at 07:57 PM.
    -Ned

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    they look perfect

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    Nice work Ned. I can see those filled up in no time at all.
    Darren

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    There's more wall space available... that's just at the upper end of my reach without a step, so I'll be going higher with the next rack to use up that volume I got with the tall walls.

    That's only 8' of linear wall, and I've got a bunch more to the left of it.
    -Ned

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    Progress !

    Looks good Ned, glad to see progress being made. I can relate to your current avatar while building a shop
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    actually, that refers to my recent trip to woodcraft.

    Picked up a couple of pen kits and some Hut wax... sanding pads... you know... spinny stuff!

    I even brought home my lathe on Saturday.
    -Ned

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ned Bulken View Post
    I even brought home my lathe on Saturday.
    A new lathe?
    Darren

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darren Wright View Post
    A new lathe?

    used lathe, picked up earlier this year... It was up at Grizzly's house (Jim Capozzi) figuring he could use it while I was still building mine, but since I'm this close, I swung over to his house and picked it and my turning tools up.
    -Ned

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    Hmmmm, those racks look like you could have culled the concept from a previous design. Does the loft at 11 madison Blvd ring a bell? How long did you make the legs? Make sure you allow for more timber storage than you think you'll need. You never know when you could run across a "deal of a lifetime". I guess it's a good thing you'll have the loft.

    John
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    hmmm, you mean this one?


    or this one?



    The arms are 15' Long. I've got lots more arms cut, I just have to get up on the ladder and install them.
    -Ned

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