The Woodshop Shed

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She Shed

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She ShedTook a break from tea boxes and little cabinets and went on kind of an adventure, especially when factoring in heat and environment. I had to build something that justified use of my Milwaukee M18 driver, which is ridiculously over-powered and had been unusable for anything up until this. Five pounds of deck screws later, it was definitely the right tool for sticking 2×4s together. The other awesome tool was my ryobi 7” one+ miter saw. Doesn't take much for cutting 2×4s and it's so easy to flip around from spot to spot.I'd never built a structure, and if there is one thing I learned, it's to get straight 2×4s. I ordered a “big box” store to deliver, and I worried about this, and my worries were confirmed in spades when they delivered a load of warped wood. About half were okay enough, but I had to take many back and exchange, and “okay” still meant lots of time added dealing with stuff not quite right. Fortunately I learned the lesson early on, and so hand-picked extra-straight ones for the roof.It really dragged out custom making every window and shutter (and there are 2 sky windows) and the door, and it all has to fit right. All that stuff is pretty rough by woodworking standards but for a shed I'm happy with it. Now I know why there are building codes.Overall I have to say it was a lot of fun working with tools outside instead of in the shop.



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John Deere 110

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John Deere 110Bonjour
Petit tracteur a gazon termin aujourd'hui
Petit mais assez compliquer a fabriquer
Fabriquer en rable ensuite peinturer avec un airbrush
C'etait la premiere fois que j'utilisais un airbrush
Petite remorque fabriquer a partir de photo sur inernet



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