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Old 10-12-2017, 08:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I decided I got tired of freezing or burning up in the garage. So I took a piece of my office and built a table to do intricate blank work that doesn't require turning. Here's a few photos. I can fiddle when I'm bored. I can also watch tv while getting blanks ready to cast
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Looks very nice ... nicely organized ... almost too nice to get any work done !
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Very nice... but where's the cup of coffee?
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I like your set-up. Fortunately I have a heated/cooled shop but use work stations and you have provided some inspiration.


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Looking good Ernie. (Thumbs up)
Don't see any bourbon!
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Very nice... but where's the cup of coffee?
If you look close on the left side of the desk, I have a coaster for my coffee cup!!
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Very nice... but where's the cup of coffee?
If you look close on the left side of the desk, I have a coaster for my coffee cup!!

You need a BETTER coaster then that one.
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Awesome set up Ernie. Nice and cozy. Looks like a great adventure in progress also.
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Nice workstation!
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Awesome set up Ernie. Nice and cozy. Looks like a great adventure in progress also.
Oh Yes, working on some Donate Life pens for the local Organ Donor Office. As you know, it hits home with me. So I'm surprising the office people with a pen!!
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