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Tara86
Experienced Contributor

Re: New shed storage project

@jj79authank you that is a really great suggestion!! It would be such a useful addition plus keeping a lot of items in arms reach. 
It would really help with my clamps. Nice safe, organised spot for any Spare blades or accessories for any of my tools. Appreciate the links aswell - will go over my portable table and see what I can do! 

thanks again!

Brad
Trusted Contributor

Re: New shed storage project

If you want blade storage.

carbatec-saw-blade-holder-suit-10-and-12-inch-blades

I should get one for the beast but they didn't think to add any storage to it or the portable stand.

Beast and junior

Old-gal24
Established Contributor

Re: Current reno of my she-shed!

@MitchellM   I can totally understand the downsize issue with sheds/workshop areas.  I did much the same and how just added a she-shed on the back of the ex-small garage, which is still pretty much full of furniture while I sort all of the issues of my house I'm limited to room.  I did have a wish to have it all completed by Christmas coming, but now doubt that will happen as some how I started renovating my bedroom, which wasn't on the plans.   AND now I'm on a go slow.  Just can't get into it... Lost the Mojo again.

 

Old-gal24
Established Contributor

Re: Current reno of my she-shed!

@Brad   Hi Brad,

 

Extremely sorry for my tardy reply... sadly life happens and get things that hold us up..  More so when your a sole carer for an adult daughter with intellectual disabilities and health issues of my own.

 

I did manage to get a set of castors from Bunnings of course, but haven't completed my 3 workbench, the ones I plan to add the wheels to.- procrastinating as I have a dozen full on jobs on the go and it's a case of which one I can push myself to do right now. LOL

Just wanted to thank you for your reply.  I'm now trying to figure out how to add a fold down end to this latest workbench, that will be strong enough to support my small saw bench, so that it comes up level with my work bench when fold up.  I found these fold out supports at Bunnings, https://www.bunnings.com.au/carinya-300-x-145mm-white-spring-loaded-folding-bracket_p3970376

just not sure if they will be strong enough long term to do the job.  When the saw bench is not require it will sit under my work bench.  Or that's the plan at this stage.

 

Cheers

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Old-gal24
Established Contributor

Re: Current reno of my she-shed!

Thanks for your reply @Tara86   - now I am the one apologising for being so extremely tardy with my reply.  Life.. hey aint it fun sometimes.  NOT!

 

Thanks for your advice re, the wheels for my new workbench.  I purchased the same ones I think, well sounds like I have.

 

Just haven't gotten around to cutting the legs and putting the wheels on, keep procrastinating as I have so many other jobs underway.  

 

Hope things are going better with you and your getting some results 

Cheers

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