Joey81's workshop

Re: Joey81's workshop

Unread post #301 by timber715 » Thu Aug 10, 2017 1:17 am

I suggest making the wall sockets high (EU style 1 meter from the ground iirc)... and placing lots (like 4 sockets for every wall) with different breakers especially one dedicated for the cnc alone.
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Re: Joey81's workshop

Unread post #302 by joey81 » Wed Aug 23, 2017 2:26 pm

timber715 wrote:I suggest making the wall sockets high (EU style 1 meter from the ground iirc)... and placing lots (like 4 sockets for every wall) with different breakers especially one dedicated for the cnc alone.


Yes, 1 meter high. Pero hindi naman 4 on every wall, hehe.
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Re: Joey81's workshop

Unread post #303 by joey81 » Wed Aug 23, 2017 2:31 pm

Roof and some walls are now up
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Pwede ko nang ikabit yung hoist. Kaso wala pa yung boom
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I also started making a permanent home for the CNC. It has to be ready before the big move
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Re: Joey81's workshop

Unread post #304 by Ronnel » Wed Aug 23, 2017 3:44 pm

joey81 wrote:I also started making a permanent home for the CNC. It has to be ready before the big move
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dapat dyn metal ung pang ilalim ng cnc para stable :angel:
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Re: Joey81's workshop

Unread post #305 by timber715 » Wed Aug 23, 2017 3:56 pm

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timber715 wrote:I suggest making the wall sockets high (EU style 1 meter from the ground iirc)... and placing lots (like 4 sockets for every wall) with different breakers especially one dedicated for the cnc alone.


Yes, 1 meter high. Pero hindi naman 4 on every wall, hehe.

I hope when the time comes that I would not say "I told you so"... I have 4 sockets on three of my walls and I can tell you once I start plugging my tools and fans that I long for 2 more sockets per wall just for charging and other stuff.
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Re: Joey81's workshop

Unread post #306 by gattaca » Wed Aug 23, 2017 4:19 pm

Gamit ko extension cord na maraming outlet na nakasaksak sa another electrical cord, bad practice i know... I just make sure below 10 amps at any time ang load.

Got no cnc. Biggest power mucher for me are the bench grinder, planer thicknesser, and 1600 watt router.

You Mr. Joey has the chance to start from scratch and make it right...
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Re: Joey81's workshop

Unread post #307 by nick » Fri Aug 25, 2017 9:26 am

Nice big workshop.
Kung ako rin swertehin, papagawa rin ako ng workshop with enclosed painting station at yung medyo soundproof, maingay kasi ang tools kapag sa gabi gumagawa.
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Re: Joey81's workshop

Unread post #308 by joey81 » Fri Aug 25, 2017 12:14 pm

timber715 wrote:I hope when the time comes that I would not say "I told you so"... I have 4 sockets on three of my walls and I can tell you once I start plugging my tools and fans that I long for 2 more sockets per wall just for charging and other stuff.


Oh, you mean sockets, not junction box. There will be a total of 21 sockets along 21 meters of perimeter walls.
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Re: Joey81's workshop

Unread post #309 by timber715 » Sat Aug 26, 2017 1:24 am

joey81 wrote:
timber715 wrote:I hope when the time comes that I would not say "I told you so"... I have 4 sockets on three of my walls and I can tell you once I start plugging my tools and fans that I long for 2 more sockets per wall just for charging and other stuff.


Oh, you mean sockets, not junction box. There will be a total of 21 sockets along 21 meters of perimeter walls.

Nice... only thing left is to spread the load. I would prefer to have this configuration into 4 breakers or more with one equipted with a high amperage rating for the likes of mig welders.
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Re: Joey81's workshop

Unread post #310 by Ricky » Mon Aug 28, 2017 10:14 am

Very nice

If i may suggest lang naman pero huli na, yun insulation under the purlins sana para may airgap kahit papaano. Then kung mag ceiling ka using ficem board better put rockwool for sound and added heat insulation. Although mas maganda sa tools ang mainit kays hindi,

As for the room yes grabe atungal ng power tools lalo na router, cs, at planer. High pitch kasi. Hard to contain yun sound pero you can try by double walling. I can help you by giving options. Pero easiest is rockwool pa din covered with ficem board. Maganda sana gypsum pero mahina sa tubig, ficem kasi masakit sa tenga.
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