Toyota, coffee, family & project junkie.
- Aug 22, 2011
- Hurst, Texas
In California, we’d consider that good earthquake bracing. And I’d be sizing the shelves to store boxes that needed extra protection from falling, so that you’d have to always remove an easily accessible box to get one out that was behind a brace.In the back of my shop there is a cross that keeps the mezzanine strait.
There is a gap between the wall and the cross that keeps Me from making efficient use of that space.
I decided to make a cabinet that just fits between the Waal and the cross.
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You have no idea how much struggles I had getting that thing in there but it worked.
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Then I utilized the space under it for bandsaw storage.
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Aso found some cool hats.
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Luckily we don’t have that issue here.In California, we’d consider that good earthquake bracing. And I’d be sizing the shelves to store boxes that needed extra protection from falling, so that you’d have to always remove an easily accessible box to get one out that was behind a brace.
I need a setup like that, to protect from the doofus snow plow drivers.I’m building a version of this mailbox. I bought an 8’ I-beam today. I need to figure out the easiest way to cut 3’ off. I think my plasma cutter will take to long. I may sell it and get a bigger one.
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I’m interested in more detail so maybe I can copy. Any info you’re willing to share.Last week Tuesday set up 3 Lithium batteries, 8 PV panels, charge controller and a low frequency 6000w inverter.
Since that day when working on the retirement house we haven't had to turn the generator on. This is a game changer and am incredibly excited with the result. Have logged over 3200 hrs on the genny.
Running Chop saws, air compressor with two nail guns, charging cordless batteries and misc tools.
Should have done this years ago........