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Re: Workshop Build

Unread post #21 by ryu03 » Thu Feb 05, 2015 9:31 pm

balarila wrote:Wow! Salamat, Ryu!

Can you send me the sketchup file?


panu po magsend ng file ng sketchup?
saan ko po isend?
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Re: Workshop Build

Unread post #22 by balarila » Fri Feb 06, 2015 6:03 am

ryu03 wrote:
balarila wrote:Wow! Salamat, Ryu!

Can you send me the sketchup file?


panu po magsend ng file ng sketchup?
saan ko po isend?


My email is balarila@gmail.com. It's also in my profile in this forum.

Thanks.
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Re: Workshop Build

Unread post #23 by ryu03 » Fri Feb 06, 2015 8:19 pm

nasend ko na sir sa email
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Re: Workshop Build

Unread post #24 by balarila » Tue Feb 10, 2015 8:56 am

Still on the planning stage. Hirap doing what-ifs for the cheapest materials.

Now on indoor wall sidings.

Was initially considering gypsum board. Cheap and good sound absorption.

How about lawanit? Anyone know the pros and cons of this material.

Is this what is called hardboard?
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Re: Workshop Build

Unread post #25 by joey81 » Tue Feb 10, 2015 9:11 am

Yes, lawanit is masonite/hardboard.

Been looking for a source. The hardware stores around my area does not carry it anymore.
They said the manufacturerd don't make them anymore. Don't know if that's true.

It may not be as cheap as you expect because of its scarcity.

Let us know if you find a source. I'll be using it for templates and patterns.
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Re: Workshop Build

Unread post #26 by balarila » Tue Feb 10, 2015 11:16 am

joey81 wrote:Yes, lawanit is masonite/hardboard.

Been looking for a source. The hardware stores around my area does not carry it anymore.
They said the manufacturerd don't make them anymore. Don't know if that's true.

It may not be as cheap as you expect because of its scarcity.

Let us know if you find a source. I'll be using it for templates and patterns.


Bought some last year at a local hardware here in Antipolo. Can't remember the price but it must be cheap. It's still here in my garage and I'm just using it as some sort of divider to keep my planks in order. Will re-check.
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Re: Workshop Build

Unread post #27 by balarila » Sun Feb 15, 2015 5:10 pm

Ricky wrote:^ding wood ba gagamitin mo as framing for your workshop? Ayaw mo mag lsf plus gypsum? In case consider mo light steel frames better buy the riveter instead. Si jayl meron.


Thanks, Ricky. I thought I'd answer your question in this thread para hindi tayo ma-OT.

I plan to use hardiflex for the exterior and gypsum for interior. Or lawanit if I can find any.

I am assuming well-painted hardiflex would be able to withstand the elements while gypsum board would be good to absorb some noize. Thought about lawanit, too as it is a bit sturdier. Would appreciate your thoughts.

For framing, naisip ko rin yung light steel frames. Pero I am a woodworker and very bad at metalwork so I decided to stick to what I know best. My only problem is that one side of the workshop, 30ft long, will be open and, eventually, I will install some sliding doors. This means that beam above it should be very stiff and the columns at the side supporting it should be strong. Would appreciate suggestions to the structurally-experienced people here.
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Re: Workshop Build

Unread post #28 by Violaine » Sun Feb 15, 2015 5:40 pm

Hardiflex is what i used on the exterior part of my shop...painted with elastomeric paint and silicone sealant wherever needed. I find the lower pitched HMR bought 1.5" gypsum screws worthwhile to use on these hardiflex to affix them on the wooden battens behind. So far, a rainy season has passed and they looked ok. Frank howarth's upper 1/20th of his workshop walls were made of polycarbonate sheets to allow natural light to pass through.

The eletricals are the stalling factor in my workshop build, and of course the time.

Btw, i am planning to put a paint booth at the far end of the shop where a fume extractor will be installed.

Are you going to have a separate paintbooth Ding, outside this shop youre building?
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Re: Workshop Build

Unread post #29 by Violaine » Sun Feb 15, 2015 5:42 pm

Id like to know which is better to put on the interior walls as sidings.
Gypsum boards are notoriously heavy versus 3/4 plywood.
What am i missing here if i use plywood instead?
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Re: Workshop Build

Unread post #30 by Violaine » Sun Feb 15, 2015 5:49 pm

Also, a good amount of headroom is always better. My shop is sloping from 13 feet high to about 9 feet in a 20 foot long stretch...
If i added a ceiling to be painted, it will definitely cost some good amount of money...if i dont, then, i will have to deal with the glare of the double sided roofing insulator.
Lighting is also another build i have to plan together with the electrical layout.
Much to do still.
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