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    Scratchbuilder
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    Peter.
    Looking really good,especially in such a short time.
    Well done.
    Take care and stay safe.
    Regards Bill.
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    Never give up.It will come right in the end.
    Martin555
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    Peter,
    I will be interesting to see how long it stays clean LOL!!

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    If it looks right it probably is.
    MouldBuilder
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    Finally cleaned and tidied the Workshop. There is still a lot of sorting and repositioning to do but the floor is clear. It is a little hot in this 36 degree heat but I added a small fan today and it is surprising the difference it has made. I have a surplus mobile air conditioning unit if things get too warm.
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    I cannot promise to finish one project before starting another. I know, I tried.
    Scratchbuilder
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    Hi Peter.
    Good to hear you are getting sorted in many ways.
    We all look forward to your updates.
    Regards Bill.
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    Never give up.It will come right in the end.
    Newby7
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    Hi Peter good to hear you have the machines installed that's the hard part done.Bench and the set up will come latter. A glass of water not a cold brew.
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    jbkiwi
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    Nice looking level, essential for accurate boat building😁

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    Ron
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    I am fortunate to have plumbing and heat. The workshop is in the corner of the basement where the laundry room would have been. Our house is a walkout basement with good ventilation and large windows.
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    Martin555
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    Well Peter you can guarantee when that bit has pinged out of the tweezers it will try and hide under the heaviest machine it can find LOL!

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    MouldBuilder
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    Hi Ron.
    The machine is supported by four machine feet. I drilled 12mm (1/2”) holes through the wooden floor. Moved the feet over the holes and screwed in M12 studs. Above floor the cabinet sits on M12 nut off of the wooden floor. Then another nut and washer bolts the whole lot to secure. The feet as supplied had too much bounce so I made some large stainless washers to reduce this to 3mm (1/8”). This is very stable. The machine does not make contact with the wood at all but is fully supported by the 22cm thick reinforced concrete slab.
    The wood house is only 3m by 3m so not too much room. I have a temporary work bench but I have a lot of sorting out to do. I will change the bench later.
    Clamps etc are still packed away. Now that the machines are in place, I can organise the rest.πŸ˜€
    No plumbing. The wife brings me a glass of water from time to time.
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    I cannot promise to finish one project before starting another. I know, I tried.
    MouldBuilder
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    Hi JB.
    The problem with levels is that I always buy one long enough for the job. Many jobs later, this is what happened. I have a couple more old ones as well. By the way, the shed is level. Oh, I missed the machine level.πŸ˜ƒ
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