@Seaton yeah MDF has its place but not in the shed walls etc, ply was a winner from the start and looks great when painted up
@TheSaltyreefer Firstly: wowser mate...I wish I had the spare room and your budget for my studio build! LOL! Some equisite woodworking and general handyman work done mate, congrats.
My question/query is a little more towards your fiance's intended use of the shed?? My apologies as I do not mean to be nosey! If you wish to keep the finished use personal then by all means say so and my apologies! However...this result came up in a 'Google Search' and that is how I made it here...
As I mentioned I am currently engaged in a studio build (musical instrument studio) and after reading your thread I am intrigued as to the end usage......I figure I have nothing to lose with a quick query anyway.
Again; no offence intended by the specificity of the question
Interesting question and no apology needed for asking, my fiance is a very talented young woman, she has just been flown down to Melbourne for Business, I will disclose alittle information and some pictures very soon
Right now its moving in time, and getting everything ready
In relation to what my Fiance does, she is a Self Employed freelance artist, special effects and a few other things. Currently in Melbourne working on a project for a feature film.
@TheSaltyreefer Awesome...what a fascinating hobby/job! After reading 'studio' I will admit that I spotted the the plywood boxing and the R2.5 Earthwool; but due to some comments and construction methods I realised it was not going to be a 'musical studio' (or at least not strictly so as in my case). After that I guess my interest was just piqued!
That is definintely one HELLUVA nicely sized and well renovated studio for whatever kind of artistry or special effect oriented work she decides to do or gets invovled with! I also have to add that being part of the way through my build I cannot help but be envious of the superior wood working and genereal handyman skills on show
Well...I am a better musician than a general tradie (sheesh I hope so anyway).
Good luck as you seem to be finishing up and I'll definitely keep an eye on the finished product!
mate i used to play the guitatr but never did any good, my daughter plays it and 4 other instruments and does it really well, im just used to living heavy stuff lol
more pics to come as we play some more, moving in a few tables today, over the next month, will plumb the water up and get the air con in before summer,
hope your enjoying your build
Pulling in a couple of large tables we bought recently from Auction, these will be used for some of the larger machines