Yes. I wouldn't call these "big", but here's mine:
This is all super clean for me. When I can't stand it anymore, I move
stuff to outbuildings. People who are neater than I am are always
offering me the stuff they don't want to have cluttering up THEIR shops.
At age 69, I am finally starting to say "no", but the damage has
already been done.
Just Google "my shop" and see what others do----
More or less. My shop is 50'x50' and is used for prototyping and
production of solar heating panels that are typically either 4'x6' or
8'x6', so there's a need for machining, assembly, finishing, and packing
My problem hasn't so much been that I keep finding stuff to take up the
room as that I keep building new tools and shop accessories to make the
work easier - and I've discovered that there's a point of diminishing
returns beyond which each new labor-saving accessory reduces the
available space so as to make the job less easy.
Oh boy, do I know what you mean. Countertops are notoriously flat, big
and awkward and in many cases need to be worked on from all angles.
Just to make the strips which are then used in the fabrication
process. Too floppy for unsupported transport between the table saw
and the shaper, that combo alone 8 x 24. And, as with all horizontal
surfaces, quickly covered in sanders, boxes, sinks, 30 x 144" sheet
inventories which have to be stored flat and 4 x 8' stock//and then
rolls of laminate.... almost 2000 sq ft and all that's left is a
narrow path to the coffee machine. And I haven't even mentioned the
General Gorilla yet.
But... there's a salmon swimming in Georgian Bay which doesn't have a
clue that the next item it bites into has a line attached to a Robbie
at the other end. Light the Q, food is coming.
I am soooooooooo outta here.
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