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"Tom Plamann" wrote in message
This is for the person who emailed asking me how the new shop was working
out.


I was wondering why the building was so tall? Is there an option to add a
second floor at some point or would it have to something to do with air
flow/quality or something similar?


A couple of reasons for the tall ceilings. You don't hit the lights when you
flip a piece of trim on the miter saw. When you stand up a 14' spiral
stairway, you can. When I add on to the building, the slope of the roof
won't come lower than me. I can put a hoist and trolley in the shop when the
time comes. I hate low ceilings.


Who is the poor schmoe forced to work alone on a Saturday?


That would be my brother borrowing the shop.

Tom






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