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Re: Workshop Build

Unread post #11 by joey81 » Wed Feb 04, 2015 8:49 am

balarila wrote:2. Will FCB survive the elements?


Let's wait for Ronnel to comment on this. Glenda gave his shop a whipping last year. Now his walls are reinforced poured concrete.

Do the surrounding landscape features provide any protection against high winds?
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Re: Workshop Build

Unread post #12 by ryu03 » Wed Feb 04, 2015 8:50 am

depende ung rafter or spacing ng trusses sa sukat ng gagawan sir saken kasi hangat maari maximum na ung 3meters apart pro depende sa mgpapagawaminsan nailalagay sa 4meters ung pagitan, at karaniwang gamit namen eh angle bar 2" for the top and bottom chord and 1" or 1 1/2" para sa mga web member, C purlin na lang para sa pamakuan ng yero, hehe baka abutan ko pa sa june yan sir
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Re: Workshop Build

Unread post #13 by balarila » Wed Feb 04, 2015 8:57 am

joey81 wrote:
balarila wrote:2. Will FCB survive the elements?


Let's wait for Ronnel to comment on this. Glenda gave his shop a whipping last year. Now his walls are reinforced poured concrete.

Do the surrounding landscape features provide any protection against high winds?


Maraming puno. Also planted four bagras seedlings on the upper slope.
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Re: Workshop Build

Unread post #14 by Violaine » Wed Feb 04, 2015 8:58 am

Frank Howarth has several videos...the one i am talking specifically is "Building the woodshop". Sorry i dont know how to post the link using my smartphone (maybe i am just dumb user using a smartphone..lol).
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Re: Workshop Build

Unread post #15 by balarila » Wed Feb 04, 2015 9:56 am

Violaine wrote:Frank Howarth has several videos...the one i am talking specifically is "Building the woodshop". Sorry i dont know how to post the link using my smartphone (maybe i am just dumb user using a smartphone..lol).


Ahhh. Yes. I saw that one. I was actually viewing the next one which is a tour of the completed shop, hence I posted the wrong link.

Here is the correct one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ge96Qvp-EzE

One thing I am considering, BTW, is putting all my dust collection ducts below grade. But I do not want to bury them in dirt or concrete and would want to make them accessible. One idea I got from a video is to make cocnrete trenches then cover with 2nd hand computer room raised floor panels. Would anyone here know of cheap ones on sale? I would assume that, since computer rooms nowadays mostly do not use raised flooring that they could be had cheap.
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Re: Workshop Build

Unread post #16 by joey81 » Wed Feb 04, 2015 10:15 am

balarila wrote: Would anyone here know of cheap ones on sale? I would assume that, since computer rooms nowadays mostly do not use raised flooring that they could be had cheap.


If you can't find a cheap source of raised floor panels: 3/4 plywood topped with your choice of floor tiles, with a frame made from 1" angle bar.
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Re: Workshop Build

Unread post #17 by balarila » Wed Feb 04, 2015 10:20 am

joey81 wrote:
balarila wrote: Would anyone here know of cheap ones on sale? I would assume that, since computer rooms nowadays mostly do not use raised flooring that they could be had cheap.


If you can't find a cheap source of raised floor panels: 3/4 plywood topped with your choice of floor tiles, with a frame made from 1" angle bar.


Sayang nga. I recall back in 1997, when I took over the IT center, we switched from a large mainframe-based data center to a much smaller one suing a bank of servers. We practically gave away all the extra raised flooring tiles.
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Re: Workshop Build

Unread post #18 by artisans » Thu Feb 05, 2015 3:55 pm

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Re: Workshop Build

Unread post #19 by ryu03 » Thu Feb 05, 2015 8:24 pm

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Re: Workshop Build

Unread post #20 by balarila » Thu Feb 05, 2015 9:08 pm

Wow! Salamat, Ryu!

Appreciate you doing that for me. Can you send me the sketchup file?

I have sketchup and have promised myself to learn to use it one day. Kaya lang, have gotten used to 3D Home Architect. That's the software I used to translate our architect's plans into visual form when we were building our house. Now, I always gravitate to it when planning anything for home renovations.

Maybe your sketchup file will finally make me shift.

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