Mile high workshop

Hey guys, I’m gonna start my workshop thread now. I’m gonna start with my deck and it’s process. I gladly accept criticisms!!:grin:
Most of it will include my garage shop, and real workshop. Garage shop…woodworking, building, and such… real shop, lots of cnc machining… cad/cam, understanding g code, fixturing, and 4th axis machining.
That said, here is my deck with a layer of fiberglass, (I’m a little heavy).

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woke up this morning and looked at this post…Mike high workshop??? went out to the garage, saw my empty beer bottles, and edited the title :innocent:

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your like 170 tops.

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Looks epic dude! Did you skin the graphic on?

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no, airbrushed

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Last layer of epoxy down, getting ready to sprinkle the frit, hope it goes well

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Take a spice container with big holes and sprinkle like its 1999.

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Getting ready to mount the enclosure, I decided against wood insets for a few reasons
I’ll keep you posted, and see if it works😄

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More fun things from my shop…a resistance Spot welder in the making

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That’s not the thing. :call_me_hand: but it is nice

I neeeeed this workshop!
How much moneys and can you ship to Russia??? :joy:

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the whole shop? $300,000 shipped. paypal or zelle

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Ah shit, I can’t handle those PayPal fees…sorry :cry::joy:

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Slowly but Surely.

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Its looking amazing dude. Must be fun to have all those toys!

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do you ever happen to break this too?

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you don’t happen to want to weld some batteries too do you?

I made you this
bordo

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Thanks mate! It is fun! The wife may not think so.
Wife: “wanna watch a movie tonight”?
Me: “uuhhh……No”

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Sure, send them batteries on over! They may not come back in the same shape though :rofl:
Break what? I break a lot of thing!

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